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David Gregg on Helping a Loved One Move into Assisted Living

It's never easy to move a loved one into a constant care facility. Here's how to help ease the transition. Find more great moving tips on

I’m New Product Journalist, David Gregg. 

Moving a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer’s can be equally stressful to the care giver and the loved one who is afflicted. 

I know it was for me when I moved my father to an assisted living facility last year.

Before the move to a memory care facility, make your loved one's new room or space look and feel as familiar as possible.

Decorate the area with a treasured quilt, a shelf with special items, a favorite chair or other meaningful possessions.

Familiar belongings can trigger feelings of connectedness and ownership, as well as boost your loved one's sense of security.

Learn more about planning a move for loved one’s afflicted by dementia or Alzheimer’s by visiting the Moving Tips section of