One of the most difficult tasks we face as humans living in a society is how we take care of our beloved elders. There may come a point in time when a senior can no longer live on their own, though, so as members of their families, we must make difficult decisions regarding how we handle this situation. On one hand, it’s emotionally taxing to see someone you love not be able to take care of themselves when they used to be the one taking care of you. But on the other hand, there’s only so much you can do to take care of a senior in your family until it becomes overbearing and inhibits your ability to live a normal life. There’s a middle ground that can often be found when it’s necessary. That’s particularly true at a certain point where it makes sense for both the senior and the caregiver to develop a plan for senior care. But this is an expansive industry, so it’s important to determine which type of care you or a loved one may need.