As an individual age, physical and mental abilities that he or she has enjoyed throughout their adult lives may start to decline.
Is it time to help your loved ones find the care they need? An elderly person will experience slower, less precise mobility, reduced strength and endurance for demanding activities, difficulty with memory retention and grasping thoughts and ideas.
These changes in the body are normal and part of daily life. However, seniors should not be left alone and suffer from inconveniences and difficulties for the rest of their lives. Family members should provide quality aged care to their loved ones.
Senior clients require the highest quality home care. Health care professionals are highly trained and experienced.
A senior person may have difficulty with routine personal care tasks like bathing, dressing, grooming, and continence management. You may find it difficult to do chores like shopping for groceries, washing laundry loads, or doing light housework.
All of these tasks can be performed by professional care providers. They also assist with preparing meals and monitoring their nutrition. Many elderly clients appreciate having a caring person to be their friend and a listening ear throughout the day.
You can hire a caregiver for as short as one hour or as long as you need it. Clients who are just discharged from the hospital or have conditions such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, or dementia may be referred to sleepovers or 24-hour care.
Clients may need assistance with managing their medication, medical devices, pain, or any other wounds. Carers are available to help.