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My mom is going to need more care than my dad. However, He needs help with some daily activities. Their ages are 76 (dad) and 69 (mom).

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Often, they can. They may have to wait for a room to open where there are two beds, but unless your mom needs a memory unit, likely they can be together. I've seen that done quite a bit in my community.
Good luck,
Carol
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Hi tandfourn4,

There are two great articles written by AgingCare.com Editor’s that were already posted in our community. We thought this might answer your caregiving question.

Couples Living Together in Senior Housing
https://www.agingcare.com/articles/senior-housing-for-couples-144938.htm

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Both My Parents have Dementia. Can They Live Together in Assisted Living?
https://www.agingcare.com/Answers/assisted-living-two-bedrooms-138146.htm

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