Two young kids are having a very serious conversation about what the future holds for them. They’re not yet married but they’ll get to that part, we’re almost sure about that. She’s in her thirties by now, but he’s already in his fifties. But never been married before. Anyhow, these kids are just so serious they took a drive by the assisted living care albuquerque center the other day. Not just thinking of themselves.
Bless their hearts, because these serious kids, forward thinking and all, are thinking of their folks. They’re already putting their names down. Not just their folks, but theirs too. Because who is to say that it cannot happen to them. At that age, he could be hit by a crippling illness which could see him out of work, and laid low, not able to be productive and derive any form of meaningful income. And how to fund the assisted living care program?
Well now, that’s just the thing. While these kids have the means, they may as well start funding what might well be necessary in the future. The harsh reality remains. Privately funded assisted living care is going to be quite expensive. It’s understandable given what the entire practice entails. All stakeholders associated with this sector of the health services industry are generally professionally qualified.
And they need to be funded for their sterling efforts as well. Just think of the kind of practitioners involved in this kind of enterprise. Private to ward-based caregivers. Nursing sisters. Porters with a long line of tasks related to housekeeping and the general upkeep of the center. And of course, the medical practitioners themselves, both in general practice and in specialist care. How tender living care for folks one day begins.