Short – Long Term Companionship for Your Elders
There may be times when a family member needs round-the-clock assistance. Loved ones with advanced dementia or those who are recovering from the effects of a stroke or other debilitating condition can benefit from 24-hour care delivered right in their home.
You can minimize worrying about your love ones from falling during the night and waiting hours for help to arrive. Our compassionate and professional caregivers also make your loved one’s life easier with these valuable 24 Hour Home Care services, such as Help with toileting, no matter the hour, bathing and dressing assistance, meal preparation, Light housekeeping, Laundry assistance, Medication reminders, and Immediate telephone contact in case of an emergency.
If you opt to care for a loved one at home, you want to make sure that you have the support you need to care for yourself as well as a person who is ill or elderly. Caregiver burnout can become a major issue if you neglect your own needs and have no relief from the physical and psychological burdens of caregiving.
Short-term supplemental care will give you the break from caregiving that you need and the following benefits involves such as, relief from caregiving for a few hours a day, a week, or month to shop, attend to business, extra help when you need it to provide skilled care, educate you about medications or ways to handle the client and improve home safety, Companionship to expand the client’s interactions, Assistance when you need it as you recover from a personal injury or illness, and relax chaperone and assistance to doctor’s appointments and other errands.
Long-term care is a range of services and supports you may need to meet your personal care needs. Most commonly among long-term care, the care is not medical, but is actually assistance with basic tasks of daily life, these tasks are referred to as Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs) are common long-term care services that support assistance with tasks of daily living, including housework, medication management, preparing meals and cleaning up, use of communication devices including the telephone, clothes or grocery shopping, bathing, dressing, using the toilet, transferring to or from bed or chair, and caring for incontinence.
We believe that quality home care requires more than just helping our clients with their daily tasks. We help you maintain your lifestyle, pursue your hobbies, visit your friends and stay active and stimulated. Our friendly caregivers are all compassionate individuals who are truly concerned with getting to know you and ensuring your happiness.
We can provide assistance with special projects or we can help you achieve simple peace of mind by ensuring that a friendly face will be dropping by. We often visit clients who live in a nursing home but who want more personalized attention than the facility can provide.
Our exceptional caregivers also provide companionship as part of personal care and household services duties. Examples of some common companionship activities are conversation, medication reminders, reading or playing games, craft projects or gardening or attending appointments or events.