In-Home Caregiver Services
What is Aging in Place and How Home Care Services Can Help
Most people feel the most comfortable when they live in their own homes. Aging in place is a term that means people can remain in their homes as they age rather than have to move into a retirement community or long-term care facility. To make that a reality, some seniors need a little assistance.
Aging in place may be a practical option for those who need minor assistance with their activities of daily living (ADL), can access the appropriate home care services for their needs, and have the advantage of family and friends who live locally. A wide range of home care services is available. By exploring them, you may discover ways to age in place and maintain as much independence as possible.
Needing care assistance can be a difficult reality to grasp. The fact is, after the age of 65, it’s common for people to need some type of caregiver service. You’ve learned how to manage your household with or without your spouse. For some, family members and friends fill the gap created by the things you can no longer do for yourself. As the years go by, circumstances change, making it increasingly challenging to take care of yourself and your home.
If you’re one of the thousands of people that prefer to live at home rather than move to a retirement community, nursing home, or assisted living facility, home care services might be the solution to help you continue living in your home as long as possible.
We deliver in-home care for the whole person, not just their condition. Contact now to learn more about services.
Who knows your loved one’s needs better than you do?
Because we understand the importance of getting the whole story, we work with our clients and their families. As a Partner-In-Care to your loved one, we empower you to choose the Level of Care that best suits your loved ones' needs.
In-home care services can include:
While there are many wonderful things about aging, everyday activities can become more difficult. Caregivers are available to lend a helping hand with transportation to the grocery store or appointments, complete light housekeeping tasks and provide companionship to alleviate feelings of loneliness and isolation. We can assist with living as safely and independently as possible.
Dementia not only affects a person’s ability to remember experiences or people, but also how to complete simple tasks. Specially trained memory care experts will develop a unique plan of care that can be modified as the persons abilities change with condition progression.
Care for Chronic Conditions
Managed or treatable conditions like diabetes, cancer, or degenerative disorders—for example, ALS, Parkinson’s disease, arthritis, or multiple sclerosis—can make even simple activities difficult. Trained and compassionate caregivers will assist the individual with retaining as much independence as possible with daily tasks. Our customized plan of care changes with the person’s evolving needs.
Hospital Discharge Care
Next steps and recovery time following a procedure can vary, whether a person has undergone joint replacement, been treated for pneumonia or heart issues, or experienced childbirth. Qualified caregivers are trained for the transition from hospital to home and are there every step of the way.
Care for all Ages
Finding someone to trust to care for your little one or aging parent is not always easy. If up against a last-minute schedule change or unforeseen circumstance we can step to assist. Regardless of the life situation, rest assured that caregivers are trained to help people of all ages, including child care.
If you are the primary caregiver, you may need a short break from time to time. Caregivers can provide temporary short-term care while you tend to your own health and well-being.