Moving to a new home is one of life’s most stressful events. Helping a parent transition from living in their own home to an assisted living community, even if they are ready and willing to move, can be challenging for the entire family. Employing a few strategies before, during, and after the move can help ease the process and prepare your parent for this new phase of life.
The art of Right Sizing
Wendy Jane along with her mother have a family-owned business: Caring Transitions East Colorado Springs. Combined they have over 75 years of caring with a strong background in nursing, sales, and ministry. She is a mother of three and a dog owner.
This is a different king of caring.
It’s caring for the community and helping people make their life transitions as smooth as they can be.
Caring transitions is a nationwide franchise that is independently owned with over 200 offices throughout the US. Certified relocation and transition specialists.
Their expertise is to relieve the stress associated with moving and downsizing.
Name of Event: Essentials of Downsizing
Date and Time of Event 3/29/2021 6pm
Platform that you plan to use: GoTo
RSVP by 3/28/21 to Chris Pogar email@example.com and Michelle Combs firstname.lastname@example.org
Event details: Join Shelly Busby from Caring Transitions and Chris Pogar the Sales and Marketing Director at the Retreat at Sunny Vista for a presentation on downsizing. They will discuss tips to help prospective and current residents on the importance of “right-sizing” when downsizing and considering senior living.
We are preparing for some wonderful family reunions! Just yesterday the Center for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) released new guidance that communities like ours should offer responsible and safe visit options regardless of vaccination status for families and residents. CMS put in place some restrictions, and as has been the case throughout the pandemic, we must receive the green light from the Colorado health department before we can actually host more indoor visits. Read the specific information on our Cappella Living Solution's website.
Aging in place, or living independently at home, is the option many older adults prefer. It’s understandable why many people desire to stay in the family home as long as possible – it is comfortable, familiar, and gives seniors a sense of independence. As health, mobility, and cognitive changes occur, you may wonder if home is a safe place for your aging parents, or if you should consider assisted living.