Kathy Kittle HomeSmart Reality - Senior Real Estate SpecialistAs people age, they may not be capable of taking care of the house that you and your siblings grew up in. Keeping the house clean or the lawn mowed may now be too much for your mom or dad to handle on their own. Assuming that a parent or parents are living alone, they may not need as much space anymore. Therefore, it may be worthwhile to contact Kathy Kittle about downsizing and other housing options available for seniors.
Downsizing Can Maintain Physical and Fiscal Health
Assisted Living May Meet an Older Person's Needs
Therefore, it may be worthwhile to look into independent or traditional assisted living facility. Independent assisted living facilities provide medical care and provide for other needs while allowing seniors to live in their own apartment and otherwise live their lives as they see fit. Assisted living facilities generally care for all of a person's needs such as dressing, feeding and bathing.
Let Kathy Help You Transition Your Parents to New Living Arrangements in Littleton CO. and Denver Metro Colorado.
In some cases, moving to a retirement community or an assisted living facility allows older people to be around people their age and develop new friendships. Increased socialization provides a sense of purpose to life and may help your parent have a better quality of life.
In the event that he or she has any physical or mental health needs, there will be someone close by who can help. This helps both parents and children rest easier knowing that there is someplace to turn for quality care without placing the burden on either party. This may help maintain relationships between parents and adult children as each gets older.
If you are a senior looking to downsize or the child of an elderly parent trying to transition a mother or father into a new home, contact Kathy Kittle HomeSmart Reality today. She has many years of experience that will help you find the right living situation that fits your needs as well as the needs and budget of your elderly parent.