Relatives report their loved ones who previously lived in an institution seem: Do not let administrators rush you through the interview, and make sure they answer all of your questions to your satisfaction.
Avoid bringing anything to distract yourself with if you can manage it, although this may be more difficult for some than for others.
The point is this: try not to involve yourself into something so completely that you send off ' I'm busy' vibes.
It may seem obvious to some or completely alien to others - yet it works.
Find a busy coffee shop that you feel comfortable in, and take up a space near the main door.
You've lost nothing in the process, and potentially get to socialize in a lighthearted manner.
Separate from the obvious, there are several social events you can attend to increase your chances of meeting someone new.
If they seem unable to answer your questions or appear irritated by them, look for a better run facility that is open to your inquiries and concerns.
Visiting a group home should occur more than once when you are in the selection process, and preferably at least once unannounced.
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