Acute illnesses or disease diagnoses are a clear sign, but most of the normal signs of age-related decline go unnoticed even by the most diligent and caring family members. They happen slowly, over time, which makes them easy to miss.

Some of the most common signs are:

  • Weight loss without explanation
  • A general fatigue or malaise
  • Withdrawing from activities and social circles
  • Empty refrigerator and pantry

All of the above and more are alleviated with trained in-home senior care givers. Read our post, Warning Signs: Is Your Elderly Loved One Safe? to learn more.