When your parent starts to need assistance or care for day to day activities it tends to be a close family member that steps in to assume the management of their lives.
As your parents age, you may not know where to start when they need palliative or long-term care. We understand that this period of time can be filled with many uncertainties.
Facilities like South Coast Post Acute understand that you need a team on your side to make sure your parent gets the highest level of care.
We also know that you have a lot to manage, and your aging parent shouldn’t be a stressor. That’s why we’re here to help.
We encourage the family members of our residents to advocate on their behalf – or to be involved in their lives. From their daily activities to speaking with their doctors and everything in between. Speaking with our trained, skilled nursing staff can help you get a better idea of what’s going on in the life of your parents.
When you’re armed with this knowledge, you’re better equipped to make smart, informed decisions about their health and well-being.
Remember that elder advocacy isn’t always met with appreciation. Sometimes, your parents might want to take a more active role in the management of their long-term illnesses. We recommend you encourage their independence but also double-check to make sure nothing has slipped through the cracks.
Our patients are more than just people who live in our assisted living facility. They’re individuals with stories, histories, and individual needs.
For almost half a century, South Coast Post Acute has been providing the best in post-acute rehab care. It’s your premier choice for skilled nursing communities in Southern California.
Real People. Remarkable Care. South Coast Post-Acute.