Are you, or somebody you know experiencing any of the following below?
Fall at Home
Surgery or procedure
Illness or injury
Change in physical or mental condition
Difficulty caring for yourself or loved one
Asking a neighbor or family member for help frequently
Concern of the well being of a loved one alone at home?
Stress or anxiety while caring for a loved one?
Unable to spend time with family?
Feel confined or trapped due to having to care for someone?
According to the National Institutes on Health, caregivers' risk for depression is 30 times greater than that of non-caregivers, particularly among those caring for Alzheimer's and dementia patients.
In an effort to provide the best possible care for a family member or friend, caregivers often sacrifice their own physical and emotional needs and the emotional and physical experiences involved with providing care can strain even the most capable person. We understand and are here to help.
Choosing home care services is an important decision. In some cases, a doctor or case manager at a hospital will recommend certain services you can receive in your home after an illness, injury or surgery, which can help make your decision easier.
But in other cases, the need for home care develops gradually. So how can you tell if you or a loved one needs help at home?