Warning Signs and Red Flags

  • Deteriorating hygiene or appearance
  • Erratic or inappropriate behavior changes
  • Increasing confusion or disorientation
  • Depression with tearfulness, loss of appetite
  • Signs of insufficient nutrition, dehydration, or weight loss
  • Inability to manage money
  • Friends or neighbors express concern
  • Inability to manage medications
  • Unclean or unsafe living environment
  • Falling, lack of mobility, wandering, or significant vision or hearing difficulties
  • Wears same clothing more than two days in a row
  • Difficulty getting out of bed and preparing for the day
  • Noted changes in short term memory loss

This is when you might ask yourself if you need help… You may not want to make assumptions too early… But you certainly do not want it to be too late.

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