Seniors and disabled adults who do not require advanced medical care services may benefit from a companion home care service. This type of service prevents a client from feeling isolated. A client's emotional needs and physical well-being will be addressed during each companion home care visit. Emotional Support A senior who wishes to age in place may not be enduring any health issues that require medical supervision. A disabled adult may wish to retain their independence but crave the emotional connection that is attained when spending time with others.
17 April 2023
What is respite care? Can you benefit from having this added to the care of an elderly or mentally or physically disabled loved one? Why would you consider respite care? Who is going to pay for the personal home care service? It's important to allow your loved one the freedom to feel comfortable and happy in their own home. It's also important to not feel overwhelmed in caring for a loved one who needs care much of the time and cannot be left without supervision for long.
23 January 2023