Not so long ago, a medical crisis often meant sending a senior family member off to a nursing home. Today, even people with chronic illness and diseases often continue living at home.
If you'd like more information about whether or not in-home care may be right for your family, read our
Guide to the Best Choices for Seniors and Those Who Care about Them.
We believe anyone who needs help to stay safe and healthy in their own home can benefit from home care services. People recently discharged from the hospital may require temporary assistance with cooking, laundry and transportation. Family members with a cognitive impairment like dementia may benefit from ongoing help with medication reminders, bathing and toileting assistance, or overnight care. In general, if you worry your loved ones cannot safely care for themselves at home anymore—and you have begun to feel the strain as their care needs increase—you and your loved ones may benefit from the in-home care we provide.
Here are some specific signs your loved one may be a candidate for professional caregiving assistance:
Services such as mobility assistance, incontinence care and memory care may also be part of a typical day, depending on your loved one's unique situation. CAREGivers deliver services tailored to your loved one's care needs. Call us to talk about how we can help.
We can tailor a home care arrangement to fit both your family's lifestyle and budget.
Reap rewards beyond measure -- and get paid, too.
When you need in-home care, look to Home Instead Senior Care®
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