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Maximizing seniors’ independence with caregiving services

February 9, 2015

Increasingly more seniors are choosing to remain at home into their later years, presenting a host of challenges tied to independence and self-sufficiency. Everything from necessary medical services—prescription administration, symptom assessments, ongoing screenings—to day-to-day tasks including personal care, shopping and socialization can become increasingly arduous as loved ones age. While many seniors may associate in-home care services with a loss of freedom, for the team at AAging Better In-Home Care, it’s just the opposite. Our skilled nurses, aides, caregivers and homemakers provide unmatched services, designed to support mind, body and spirit, increasing loved ones’ wellbeing as well as their ability to thrive in-home and out.

 

While basic needs and services are necessary to virtually any plan of care, the AAging Better team integrates a host of physical, social and supportive activities to create the critical independence seniors and their families crave.  And, above all, these unique services support a greater emotional welfare, positivity and general satisfaction, critical to any aging or recovery period.  These services include:

 

  • Transportation and outings: Getting out of the house and being able to run errands or attend events helps senior individuals retain a sense of freedom. In-home caregivers can provide transportation and even accompany seniors on outings to help them maintain social interactions.

  • Care coordination: An in-home caregiver can make recommendations for assistive products and adaptive devices to enhance independence and coordinate the purchase of products. A professional in-home care agency can also assist with coordinating care across healthcare providers for the smoothest care transitions.

  • Exercise and activities: Exercise plays an important role in maintaining a senior's physical and mental health. In-home caregivers help encourage activities and exercise to help enrich the senior's mind, body, and spirit.

  • Technology:Advances in technology have made living safe at home even more possible for seniors. An in-home care agency can assist with the coordination of in-home medical monitoring or telehealth.

 

Where in-patient centers, such as nursing homes or assisted living facilities may be restrictive caregiving services, AAging Better provides the utmost in independent living support, with quality, affordable home care designed to increase seniors’ self-reliance and, ultimately, the quality of life for every client.

 

If you or a loved one is at a point in life where you or they may need some help in the home with the activities of daily living, call us Toll Free at 1-866-464-2344 now to discuss yours or your loved one’s unique needs and interests.  We will provide you with a free in-home assessment to devise a plan of care that fits you or your loved one’s needs. By taking this comprehensive approach to care, AAging Better can ensure a fulfilling and safe environment of independence in the home for as long as possible.

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