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“Home is a place you grow up wanting to leave, and grow old wanting to get back to.” ​ ​ ​ -John Ed Pearce​

The place we call home is the place that feels most comfortable, familiar, and secure. A sense of home can become especially important as we age. The aging process may bring with it discomfort or perceived threats to safety.   Our in-home senior care services help ease the challenges of aging while encouraging seniors to continue enjoying the comforts of home.

A Total Home Care Solution

In-home care services can help people at any point within the aging process. Assistance with grocery shopping and mealtimes can help provide social interaction and better nutrition for seniors who live independently but alone. Personal care services allow loved ones with mild to severe mobility or incontinence challenges continue to live comfortably at home. And should thoughts turn toward end of life care, our hospice support services promote peace of mind. 

But care needs rarely fit neatly into a pigeonhole. That’s why we tailor our services to your unique situation -- and adjust as your needs evolve. We provide dependable, compassionate care at all levels, including specialty care for those with Parkinson’s disease, arthritis or those with Alzheimer’s or other dementias. From brief check-in visits to round-the-clock care, we have you covered.

What Is Home Care?

In-home care focuses on helping seniors with the daily activities of living. These are tasks we all perform each day to stay healthy and engaged with life.  For example:

Personal Services
  • Bathing
  • Dressing
  • Incontinence Care
  • Mobility Assistance
Companionship and Home Helper
  • Meal preparation
  • Medication Reminders
  • Accompany to doctor visits
  • Grocery shopping
  • Laundry and linens
  • Light housekeeping
  • Socializing
Alzheimer’s or Other Dementias Care
  • Managing behavioral symptoms
  • Encouraging engagement
  • Assist with activities of daily living
  • Keeping seniors safe
Transitional Care Services
  • Transportation
  • Prescription pick-up
  • Hospital discharge assistance
Hospice Support
  • Supplemental support
  • Respite for family caregivers

When a person becomes unable to perform these tasks, even temporarily, family members and non-medical caregivers can step in to help. Assisting with these activities generally doesn’t require any sort of medical certification. In contrast, home health care requires a doctor’s order and is performed by a licensed health professional, such as a nurse or physical therapist.

Here are a few examples of services provided by home health professionals:

  • Occupational Therapy
  • Wound Care
  • Mobility Training
  • Pain Management
  • ​​​​IV Therapy/Injections

In-Home Senior Care Goes Hand-in-Hand with Home Health Care

If your loved one requires home health care, it may be a sign to seek non-medical home care, too. People who need visits from a home health nurse or physical therapist often have limitations that prevent them from bathing, cooking, driving and performing other routine tasks.

At Home Instead Senior Care, we specialize in working with family members who may need short-term or long-term support due to a disease or illness and can help seniors get to and from doctor appointments, prepare nutritious meals to help maintain overall wellness, manage Alzheimer's behavioral symptoms, and provide a devoted ear to hear stories of days gone by.

Learn more about Home Instead Senior Care services or get in touch with your local Home Instead Senior Care office by filling out the form below for recommendations about what types of services might be right for your care situation.

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