Elder Care Checklists

Well-designed checklists can be very helpful – especially for new caregivers – and for caregivers whose loved ones' conditions and nursing care plans are changing. Many Web sites have excellent checklists, but they can be difficult to find. We've included the ones we believe are best in the list below.
 
Elder Care .... First Steps Elder Care — First Steps
 
Seniors and Driving Checklist Elderly Driving
 
ElderCarelink Getting Started — What kind of help does your loved one need?

To help you find the right local eldercare services for your loved one, you could use the ElderCarelink service which has established a nationwide network of carefully screened eldercare providers and facilities. ElderCarelink provides this referral service free of charge.

Within minutes of completing their brief Needs Survey, you will receive a detailed email report listing care providers in your area who match your specific requirements. Last year, over 100,000 families utilized this service in their search for high-quality senior care. Click here to use the ElderCarelink service.

 
Home Alone -- Are they OK? Home Alone — Are they OK?
 
Home Safety Checklist Home Safety — Is your loved one's home safe?
 
Care Interpreter Living Arrangements — What is recommended for your loved one?
 
Prescription Drug Reference Checklist Prescription Drug Reference
 
Alzheimer's Living Facility Checklist Choosing an Alzheimers Living Facility
 
Assisted Living Facility Checklist Choosing an Assisted Living Facility
 
Nursing Home Checklist Choosing a Nursing Home / Skilled Nursing Facility
 
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