For other families, the need for home care comes on gradually.
It starts as a little help around the house with everyday activities, the things that can get more challenging as we age—lifting heavy boxes or carrying laundry, driving to medical appointments, grocery shopping, cleaning, and remembering what medications to take when.
As age-related conditions or illnesses progress, home care often extends to meal preparation, personal care, and help in the bathroom. It may also include mobility care, memory care, or trained assistance transferring from bed to wheelchair.
When it’s no longer safe or 100 percent comfortable for an older loved one to be on their own all the time—and they still want to live independently at home, most families find that home care is the best option for maintaining a good quality of life for everyone.
Full-time caregivers need breaks and ongoing support.
Are you or another member of your family caring for an older loved one at home? Does your loved one have Alzheimer’s, dementia, Parkinson’s or other serious illness or chronic condition? Do you have enough support in your care circle or care team? Can someone you trust step in to help when you feel overwhelmed, exhausted, or just need a few hours to yourself?
Family caregivers need support and care too. If you’re not getting the help you need through family, friends, or other personal networks, arranging for a care professional to help could be the ideal solution.
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