Learn More About In Home Care Services in Mainesville, OH
How Can In Home Care Help Your Loved Ones
The vast majority of American seniors want to spend their golden years in the comfort of their own home. Yet, when the challenges of age-related, chronic, or progressive medical or psychological issues arise the home can become a difficult place to remain. In fact, without proper support, many seniors may need to move into an assisted living community, nursing home, or skilled care facility. Thankfully, with Comfort Keepers in-home care support these seniors can safely age-in-place.
While many seniors require long-term care that ranges from a few hours a week up to full-time, 24-hour care, others may need short-term support while recovering from an injury, medical procedure, or acute illness. Regardless of the reason for the support, Comfort Keepers in-home care provides a wide range of non-medical supports to help seniors maintain their freedom, independence, and quality of life.
In Home Care In Mainesville, OH Can Help With Everyday Life
Standard in-home care supports and services include:
Light housekeeping Laundry Meal preparation
Medication Management Bathing Grooming
Eating support Toileting Dressing
Running errands Grocery shopping Local transportation
In addition to this traditional support, Comfort Keepers also provides specialized dementia and Alzheimer's care, respite services, hospital to home transitioning, and end of life care. Even better, each of Comfort Keepers in-home care services is based on their trademarked Interactive Caregiving model, which places the focus of each task on the senior. With Interactive Caregiving, seniors do not just receive help with daily living tasks, but they are receiving meaningful social, emotional, and cognitive interaction. For many seniors, this companionship component of caregiving is as valuable as the caregiving tasks.
Among the many other benefits of in home care, researchers discovered seniors often recover from illnesses and injuries faster, avoid hospital re-admissions, and have fewer secondary infections when they receive their care at home.
For more information about the ways, Comfort Keepers in home care can help your senior loved one to maximize the quality of their life, contact a senior care coordinator today.