Mother’s Day Tea Social at The Crossings at Columbia. To all the mothers, wishing you smiles, and happiness throughout the years; Thank you for all you do.
The Crossings at Hope Mills wants to thank you so much for your donations in our fundraising efforts for the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s®! Your generosity has helped our team to raise $170.00 so far for the Alzheimer’s Association®, but we are not stopping there! We still need your help. Please spread the… Read more »
Caring for an elderly loved one is a stressful undertaking for anyone. It not only is physically stressful, but also emotionally. This stress can build up over time and can even become worse as your loved one becomes harder and harder to care for. At this point, caregivers can easily become burnt out and feel… Read more »
Having conversations with your parents about their care can be very stressful. The stress can even be multiplied when you bring your other family members or loved ones into the conversation. Further stress comes when worries start to arise about how your parents and loved ones will react to the broaching of this delicate subject.… Read more »
Worrying about the care of an elderly loved one is always a stressful time not only physically, but also emotionally. This stress only increases as loved one becomes harder and harder to care for. Stress tends to peak at an all-time high when the question then becomes whether the loved one is able to still… Read more »
With its personal touches and commitment to helping residents preserve their quality of life, The Crossings definitely feels like home Are your parents taking their medications each day? (Do you have to monitor the quantity of medicine to ensure that they are?) Are they still going out and socializing or have they become more isolated… Read more »
By Joan Roche, Ph.D., MS, RN, CS Who Are the Family Caregivers? Family caregivers are relatives, friends, or neighbors who provide assistance related to an underlying physical or mental disability but who are unpaid for those services. 22.4 million to 54 million nationally Bottom line is that millions of Americans are providing care to family… Read more »