Seniors who require assistance in their activities of daily living can receive care and still remain in their own homes, by a Home Care agency.
Seniors who require assistance in their activities of daily living can receive care and still remain in their own homes, by a Home Care agency. Most home care agencies offers non-medical, in-home care programs customized to fit your senior’s needs. Usually, a staff member will personally come to your home and help you match and choose a caregiver. The agency should create a written, detailed care plan, to meet your specific requirements and goals. Additionally, they should coordinate billing with insurance providers, all without any charge to you.
The care providers can assist your loved ones in addressing toilet needs, bathing, dressing, meal preparation, eating, lifting, grocery shopping, and companionship. Basically, the caregiver can provide all services, except medical care. However, there are agencies that can provide medical care, so if you need it, be sure to ask the agency if they provide this service.
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