Akash Brahmbhatt knows that the decision to place your loved one in assisted living care is a difficult decision, and it may not happen overnight. As you notice your senior beginning to struggle more in their daily lives, it’s important to keep an eye out for signs such as the following:
- Has your family member lost or gained a lot of weight recently? Some seniors may not be able to shop or cook the way they used to and may stop putting in the effort, while others may not remember that they’ve eaten six meals in one day and need help moderating.
- Have their appearances changed? If you have known your loved one to be somewhat persnickety about ironing their clothes, but now they typically wear stained t-shirts, they are most likely finding it difficult to dress and maintain their typical hygienic practices.
- Does your senior take regular outings? If your loved one doesn’t go out on a regular basis anymore, it may be too difficult to engage in activities without assistance, so they end up never leaving.
As the owner of a comfortable and vibrant assisted living facility, Akash Brahmbhatt is dedicated to offering as many opportunities as possible to residents so that they may begin living their lives to the fullest again.
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As the owner of a bright and vibrant assisted living facility, Akash Brahmbhatt knows that though the decision may be difficult, there are many good reasons to consider assisted living for your loved one. Safety is one of the top reasons people decide to transition their parents or family members into a dedicated center, for reasons such as the following:
- Assisted living will be able to provide your senior with immediate hands-on care in the face of illness, accident, or general emergency. If you have noticed that your family member is struggling more on a daily basis with mobility, cleaning, and engaging in social activities, you can rest assured that they will be able to continue their daily routines with support from professionals.
- Many residents will need to live in a facility that offers memory care, meaning that both the building and the staff will be well-equipped to help your loved one live a peaceful and happy life without fear of endangering themselves by wandering to unsafe places.
- Assisted living staff will be able to provide services that will keep your family member healthy, such as medication assistance and meal services.
Akash Brahmbhatt is a sensitive and compassionate listener who is dedicated to helping families empower their seniors to live happy and fulfilling lives in their new home.
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Akash Brahmbhatt and his wife have owned and operated residential care facilities in Texas for the last five years. He is an active member of the Texas Organization of Residential Care Homes.
“My wife Martha has been at Caring Hands personal care home for last two years under the direct care of Mr. Akash Brahmbhatt and his wife,” one client said. “Martha suffers from advanced dementia and central nerve disease… Mr. A (as we call Mr. Akash fondly) takes exceptional care of my wife.” He concluded his testimonial this way: “As a veteran, I always thought the call of duty was the highest form of service until I met Mr. A. He changed my mind.”
Akash Brahmbhatt – Mr. A – understands, perhaps better than most, the range of issues associated with aging. Senior citizens are the fastest-growing population segment in the United States. As of 2010 there are approximately seventy-seven million baby boomers in the U.S., that generation of Americans born in the years immediately after World War Two, through the late 1960s. Their impact on the health care system is already being felt as they age, and that is only going to increase in the years ahead.
That makes the work of Akash Brahmbhatt an essential part of the system, and as one of his clients said, perhaps the highest form of service.
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Akash Brahmbhatt and his wife have been the owners of Silver Hills Assisted Living and the Caring Hands Personal Care Home in Texas for the last five years. They take great pride in their work, and are passionate about what they do.
One of their clients had reservations about leaving her mother in assisted living. But she told Akash Brahmbhatt that she is greatly relieved with how things have turned out. “She has many needs as she approaches her 90th birthday, and you show her unconditional love as you care for her,” the client said. “You treat her as a family member helping her to maintain her dignity in spite of her Alzheimer’s disease. Thank you, and may God bless both of you!”
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Senior citizens are the fastest-growing segment of the American population. As a group, they face numerous health issues, such as arthritis, heart disease, osteoporosis, and Alzheimer’s disease, to name just a few. Alzheimer’s, in fact, claims tens of thousands of lives every year, according to the Centers for Disease Control, so providing Alzheimer’s patients with proper health care is essential.
Akash Brahmbhatt says that buying an assisted living facility has been a life-changing event for him, and that he is committed to providing residents with the best possible care.
Akash Brahmbhatt is one of the co-owners of senior residence centers in Texas. He and his wife have owned Silver Hills Assisted Living and the Caring Hands Personal Care Home for the last five years.
Their clients are consistently impressed with the dedication shown by Akash Brahmbhatt and his wife. “When we found Caring Hands, we were very impressed with the beautiful home and landscaping,” said one client, who had been looking for a place he could trust with caring for his mother. “The first time we went there to look at the place from the outside. We had no appointment, but thought we might ask if we could look around inside. Without any hesitation, we were invited in. We were even more impressed. When I saw the furnishing and the way it is kept, I knew right away that his was where I wanted Mother to be…I thank the Lord for them every day.”
Many people, unfortunately, try to ignore the need for getting help in caring for an aging person. Too often, it takes a crisis, like a fall or a sudden illness, to get them to confront the reality of the situation.
Akash Brahmbhatt has seen that too many times. He says that becoming the owner of senior residence centers has been a life-changing event.
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Akash Brahmbhatt and his wife purchased Silver Hills Assisted Living in 2013, and have turned the place around.
Local religious leaders who were familiar with the place under its previous owner recall a place with dingy rooms, filthy furniture and flooring, and bad plumbing. But Akash Brahmbhatt and his wife have changed all that for the better.
“The [new] owners,” said one client, “are the best people suited for this job, their heart is into this ministerial service. The staff is wonderful and every day they prepare fresh meals, soups and salads.”
Members of that staff concur with this. “When we are hiring caregivers, he never looks at their race,” said Rose Jones, who began working for Akash Brahmbhatt in 2013. “He believes in their skills and heart. He always tells us that it our collective responsibility to bring the opportunities to all the segments of population.” She said that for Akash Brahmbhatt and his wife, what they do is not a job, it is a calling, and a service to humankind.
Akash Brahmbhatt says that he and his wife are dedicated to their work, and feel privileged to be able to help those who need it the most.
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Akash Brahmbhatt and his wife got into the senior health care business in 2013, and say that it has been a life-changing experience. They are the owners of Silver Hills Assisted Living and the Caring Hands Personal Care Home, both of them in Texas. For their commitment to excellence, they were awarded the #1 Assisted Living Homes Award by the Texas Organization of Residential Care Homes.
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