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Moving Vulnerable Older Adults Into a New Home


Moving a parent to an adult family home is not an easy decision for the patient and the immediate family. Even when your loved one agrees to the set-up of special health care, senior care transitions could still result in adverse effects and can be physically and emotionally taxing.

Our senior care home in Washington is here to help you in this milestone by providing a comprehensive checklist, but before that, let us first define what an Adult Family Home is. It is an assisted living facility that offers shared rooms, communal meals, personal services, activities, and protective supervision for adults who feel overwhelmed in taking care of themselves or are unable to live independently.

Consider moving the senior patient to a new home if they experience any of the following situations:

  • Requires supervision for most of the day.
  • Unable to perform Personal Care without the assistance of a caregiver.
  • If they can’t fit in with the current arrangement of their other family members. For instance, their current homes can’t meet the demands of their physical conditions.
  • If better support can be sought at senior care facilities.

You don’t need an emergency before deciding to move to a new home. Even just the fact that an elderly person seeks a better quality of life is enough for them to be qualified to receive care at Bellevue Rose AFH Inc.

Our caregivers at Elderly Care in Bellevue, Washington is ready to cater to our residents’ unique and individualized needs while also maintaining their dignity.

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