Our care for your loved ones begins at our first point of contact. Whether we meet via the web, phone call, or in-person, our administration will work diligently to ensure we asses...
Our care for your loved ones begins at our first point of contact. Whether we meet via the web, phone call, or in-person, our administration will work diligently to ensure we assess your loved one's requirements. Once we have received some basic knowledge about your loved one, we will schedule an onsite visit to gather more in-depth information. This information includes: The extent of care require, Safety precautions, Living situations and conditionss, Significant events Activities, functional assessment for activities of daily living, Assessments of adaptive equipment, Nutrition patterns, Sleep patterns and much more!
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Paying for Senior Living
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Non-Medical Home Care
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Your parent may need help with their activities of daily living, such as dressing, eating, bathing or using the bathroom. They may also need someone to cook meals, do laundry and keep their home clean, if they aren’t able to care for themselves in those ways anymore. And depending on their health status, they may need 24-hour supervision.
Types of Long Term Care
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Whether your loved one needs skilled medical care or just a little help in a home-like setting, there are several options when it comes to long-term care.
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