Now that the hustle and bustle of the holidays are over, January is often a good time for reflection and resolutions. Maybe now that you have a little extra time for consideration, we have a question. Did you visit an elderly loved one over the holidays and notice any changes? If so, is it enough to concern you, or do you feel like it’s just the normal signs of aging? Have you seen significant changes? It can be scary to think about what to do next. BLC will professionally guide you and be by your side to assist you and your family on the best decisions for your loved one. “Every story has an end, but in life, every ending is a new beginning.”
When should you be concerned about your elderly loved one?
- Bounced checks, calls from collections and late payment notices
- Broken appliances
- Multiple health conditions
- Poor personal hygiene
- Cluttered, dirty and or disorganized house
- Assistance with daily tasks
- Memory loss or forgetfulness
- Eating changes and or a significant weight loss/gain
- Erratic sleeping patterns
- Trouble when getting up from a seated position.
- Changes in driving patterns
BLC Services Include:
Independent Living Apartments & Villas – Residents enjoy all the benefits of retirement without any of the hassles. We take care of mowing the lawn, fixing the roof, shoveling the snow or any of the other responsibilities home ownership requires. We also include many wonderful amenities such as: utilities, basic cable, an active event and social calendar, plus much more. Should an illness or accident occur, residents have the safety net of services that Baptist Life Communities offer.
Personal Care Suites – We embrace you and are here to lend a helping hand when living alone is no longer an option. Our Personal Care Team offers professional, yet loving and compassionate assistance in a friendly environment; this also provides a transitional bridge to a higher level of care when needed.
Memory Care Neighborhood – Provides loving and gentle guidance and assistance from our professionally trained team. Those experiencing memory challenges and/or physical limitations will benefit from our warm and inviting Neighborhood environment; this also provides a transitional bridge to a higher level of care when needed.
Long-Term Care – When life becomes more challenging, and you or a loved one have become dependent upon the help of others, BLC opens our home, hearts, and arms to you. Our family becomes your family in an environment offering professional, yet loving and compassionate 24-hour nursing care.
We understand a new beginning for your loved one is a huge decision! All of us at BLC are here to help answer your questions and ease the anxiety you may have. Contact us today at (859) 283-8600 or sign up to receive our monthly BLC Enews, which will be delivered directly to your inbox by going to – https://blcnky.com/contact-us/