Maintains Independence – For elders, home care reduces guilt from having to depend upon family.
Provides Peace of Mind – Knowing loved ones are properly cared for, adult children receive the support they need. This allows families to maintain their busy lives.
Preventing Medical Crisis – A companion care giver provides an extra pair of eyes to help reduce the risk of falls and monitor significant changes in health or behaviors.
Promotes Physical Well Being – One on one care is a major advantage of home care, more supervision can help your loved one avoid some of the medical complications often associated with institutional living.
Improves Quality of Life – Provides the freedom to choose activities, keep pets and maintain family relations in your home environment.
Eat The Food You Like – Companion care givers can prepare appetizing and healthy meals.
Promotes Mental Well-Being – Less confusion typically associated with institutional settings. Especially important for those needing dementia care.
Reduces Incontinence – Improve response time reduces embarrassment and avoids skin break down which is so common with institutional settings.
Social Well-Being – Friends and family are more likely to visit the home. This allows for outings such as church or other community events.
Supports Healthier Living – Companion care givers provide an extra pair of hands. This helps to keep a clean and safe environment.