Non-Medical Home Care

Home Health Care

Home care is a popular option for long-term care. Most seniors want to age in place at home, which contributes to familiarity and comfort, yet in order to keep a loved one safe at home, it requires planning and evaluation. This guide gives you a detailed understanding of in-home care options, what needs to happen to create e a dramatic, positive impact on you and your entire family.

If you're a family caregiver, in search of additional senior care, you are among 70 million people who deliver care for a loved one at home. the research concludes by 2050, over one million centenarians - individuals over the age of 100 will live in North America.

With the recent advent of Accountable Care (informally known as ObamaCare), in-home care is a critical post-hospitalization piece to the care transition. Today, discharged patients go directly home.

Even hospice care is at home. If you or an aging loved one has a terminal illness and depleted other treatment options, consider hospice care at home. It gives a loved one and family members comfort and support.

Recent studies, like the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (May 2011) concluded that after certain hospital-based operations, joint replacement, home is an effective strategy over discharge to a rehabilitation facility.

Home care is an option allowing older adults the choice to age in place at home with a specified level of care they need for safety, comfort and independence.

Simply described, home care means help with activities of daily living and household tasks. It includes meaningful companionship for older adults. In-home care is the oldest form of healthcare. Today, home care serves as a comprehensive alternative to institutional living.

Home care is commonly presented as a service to assist aging seniors, its a valuable resource when a person at any age has an injury, accident or surgery or is suffering from a chronic illness.

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Non-Medical Home Care

Trained caregivers give support to individuals with basic activities and functions needs: Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living.

Activities of Daily Living - Measures the Overall Wellness

  • Bathing
  • Dressing
  • Toileting
  • Transferring
  • Continence
  • Feeding