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You want the best for your loved ones as they grow older. Sometimes, the best way to care for someone is to let someone you trust take on those responsibilities—relieving you of the worries and time demands and allowing you to share quality time as a loving family member.  We’re here to help. So let’s begin by addressing some of the issues, and then we’ll set you, and your loved ones on the path of making the best decisions

Services tailored to their needs.

Resources, levels of care, quality of programs, and staff experience are some of the elements you should consider when choosing senior living and care services.

Having the Conversation

Talking to your parents about moving to a senior living community is never an easy discussion. But the earlier you do it, the better it will be for everyone. Here’s some good advice…

Financing and Planning

As your parents get older, they may face unforeseen financial problems or become overwhelmed by financial responsibilities. You want to help, but it can be a sensitive subject. Here’s how to start the conversation.

Caring for Aging Parents

As your parents continue getting older, you may find yourself taking on the role of primary caregiver. It can be a demanding responsibility. These are some useful tips on making your role as easy and rewarding as possible.

Caregiver Resources

These are useful links we’ve selected for additional information and resources about senior living, care and service options

"Now I can actually be the daughter instead of the caregiver, because I've turned the caregiving over to Lutheran Life Villages."

"When my mom first talked to me about coming to Lutheran Life Villages, I was kind of skeptical. I feel differently about that now, she’s more active. And she’s extremely happy."

— Melissa, daughter of current resident

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