These are indeed unprecedented times. COVID-19 has affected everyone. It has hit seniors especially hard including the millions of caregivers (paid and unpaid) that are supporting their loved ones. Government actions and restrictions change daily. As a result, families are dealing with heart wrenching situations. The team at Lianas Senior Transition Support is doing their best to be proactive to support and guide families during these challenging times. Consider the following points should you have a loved one in a residence but can’t visit; you have an elderly loved one at home; you are looking for a seniors residence but can’t visit; or you are looking for resources regarding COVID-19:
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Recent decisions by provincial governments to ban visits to seniors residences and hospitals has put an enormous strain on family members and caregivers. The elderly are the most vulnerable with significantly higher mortality rates should they be infected with COVID-19. That being said, many family members and caregivers provide essential services on a daily basis.
What to do?
Communicate with management to ensure your loved one is being provided with proper care and support.
Try to communicate with your loved one through alternative means such as telephone, FaceTime or Skype. In many cases, your loved ones may not be set up with the proper technology to communicate virtually. Consider writing a letter. Grandchildren can also be a source of letters. Some families are even showing up at their loved one’s residence and organizing a visit where they can be seen through a ground floor window.
In your discussions, explain why you need to resort to these forms of communication and that it will be for a temporary basis only.
Note: most governments have made exceptions in cases where you have a loved one in palliative care.
Elderly Loved Ones at Home
Avoid physical visits whenever possible.
Many of the recommendations for communicating with a loved one in a residence equally apply to those living at home. Find alternative ways to communicate such as telephone or virtually such as FaceTime or Skype.
Provide comfort and assurance in your communication that this is only temporary but absolutely necessary for their own health and safety.
Have your loved ones be obsessive about hand washing and disinfecting surfaces. Stock up on food, water, medications and household items. Be sure they are eating well and taking their medications on time and in the right quantities. Keep their spirits up.
Looking for a Seniors Residence But Can’t Visit OR Requiring an URGENT Relocation Due to a Hospital Discharge?
The Lianas team is working closely with the senior living industry to find alternative ways to assist families in the search for the ideal senior living community whether it be for a future move-in or immediate placement.
Our Lianas Senior Advisors are already in a position to offer virtual, real time tours with many residences and we expect more senior communities to be in a position to offer this option in the coming days.
To assist you in your search, Lianas Senior Advisors will perform assessments; do the research; recommend the ideal residences to meet your loved one’s needs; organize tours based on your schedule and accompany you on these tours.
Our services are FREE of charge.
Info line: 1-877-644-4545
Federal government for caregivers:
Global Television interview with Matt Del Vecchio: Keeping Seniors Safe During These Unprecedented Times
Lianas Senior Transition Support Resources and Articles:
Matt Del Vecchio is the owner of Lianas Services Senior Transition Support and host of “Life Unrehearsed” which can be heard on CJAD800 every Sunday at 4:00pm. firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, contact Matt Del Vecchio at (514) 622-8074 or by email at email@example.com