There are many challenges when it comes to caring for an aging or disabled loved one, yet there are several rewards as well. Enjoying more time with your loved one and empowering him or her with a sense of purpose gives life renewed meaning and satisfaction.
When care needs to increase and it’s no longer safe to live alone, live-in care is an ideal choice. This solution provides around-the-clock support, empowering seniors to retain their preferred schedule and routine while still enjoying safe and reliable assistance with day-to-day tasks.
A stroke is a life-changing experience that impacts a person’s ability to live independently and maintain a high quality of life. The days and weeks following hospital discharge are critical in helping seniors recover, and most seniors find they need support to achieve success, stay positive, and avoid hospital readmissions.
One of the top causes of hospital re-admission or delayed recovery following a hospitalization is insufficient support or the lack of personalized care. If you or a loved one has recently been hospitalized or is scheduled for an upcoming surgery or procedure, you may find the experience of sorting post-hospitalization care to be challenging.
For seniors who are nearing the end of their life, the comfort and familiarity of home is their preferred place to spend their final days. Surrounded by family, friends, pets, and possessions, Clients and their loved ones are able to enjoy this precious time together.