At Concordia, we see firsthand how much our senior loved ones in a nursing home or assisted living facility enjoy having visitors on a regular basis. It keeps them connected with their friends and family outside of their home and it breaks up their routine. Unfortunately, many people make only brief visits to loved ones in assisted living, rehab facilities, or nursing homes -- or avoid visiting completely -- because they are worried about awkward moments.
Every year, over 8 million people receive long-term care services in their home or in an inpatient facility. Odds are, you know someone in that exact situation. But what if it’s your loved one who can no longer care for themselves as they once did? What if they may need additional care? Finding the right type of care is key to ensuring your loved one continues to have a high quality of life.
Are you currently looking, or thinking of looking, for a nursing home for a loved one? If so, everyone at Concordia understands how difficult that decision can be - it may, in fact, be one of the toughest decisions you will ever have to make.
If a loved one needs to move to a nursing home, it means they can no longer care for themselves and are in a vulnerable state. We’ve been working with seniors for over 135 years, so we can empathize with you during this time, and want you to know that you are not alone going through this process. You will find the right fit for your loved one so they can continue living a meaningful, fulfilling life.