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Nip That Isolation in the Bud

So many of my clients end up coming to me after their loved one has been living isolated in their house for a long time. You may not realize it, but isolation often results in a depression that will make change especially difficult. After they have been living that way for a while, it usually takes some kind of health problem to get them to move.

Be proactive and watch for isolation before it becomes an issue. It most often occurs after these 3 situations:

-They lose the ability to drive or can only get to the store

-A spouse passes and they don't have a strong network of friends

-Close friends move away

Even if your loved one is not ready for a senior community, it's a good idea to start talking about some kind of change. If they can avoid isolation, they will be healthier and have a significantly higher quality of life.

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