Warning Signs for Seniors Living Alone

Many seniors will do anything to continue living in their current home, even convincing their friends and family that they are able to continue doing so when their health prevents them. Although you should respect the wishes of your elderly loved ones for as long as possible, there may come a time when their safety is threatened by their living situation.

When that time comes, you might have to step in to prevent them from accidentally harming themselves. Sometimes, the warning signs are obvious, such as a worsening chronic condition or an Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Other times, you must look for less obvious signs that seniors may be having trouble caring for themselves. Learn how to recognize the warning signs of seniors who may no longer be able to take care of themselves and protect your loved ones from harm.

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