At Arosa, we believe in keeping the entire trust circle actively involved in care plan development so we can make informed choices that are truly in the client’s best interests.
We know that aging is a family affair, affecting not only the senior, but all those who love and care for them. We know that the very best care honors this interdependence and is deeply rooted in it – we work together with family members and loved ones towards shared, meaningful goals. As we get to know the seniors we work with, we get to know their trust circle, too: children, grandchildren, life partners, advisors, friends — all of whom are touched by the aging process.
We schedule regular check-ins with family members in-person (or by phone or video for family members living away from their loved one) so that everyone is well informed of their loved one’s condition and all are able to discuss any needed changes to the care plan until the next check-in.
If you notice these behaviors or events, it may be time to seek help for your loved one.