Home Care provides attentive, supportive senior in-home care services for your loved one at every step of the way. The Care Management Professionals begin with a Comprehensive Care Assessment to ensure that each care plan meets the needs of your loved one and your family. Beginning with your initial Care Assessment, the Care Management Professional will take the time to learn about your loved one’s care needs and preferences to remain independent in their own home. The King of Prussia home care services will be designed to supplement independence by providing additional support. Services provided by home caregivers:
- Grooming, dressing, bathing, toileting, and personal hygiene responsibilities are all things personal caregivers assist with.
- Medication reminders and monitoring Mobility and safely moving from one location to another
- Companionship that counts
- Meal planning and preparation, as well as light housekeeping
- errands and shopping
All-Around Personal Care
The compassionate and dependable caregivers are ready and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to provide quality services to anyone in need of personal care assistance, including seniors, people with disabilities, people recovering from an injury, and people with chronic conditions like dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.
Caretakers become very interested in the Home Healthcare profession after dealing with the illnesses of both of their family members and hiring home health aides. Experienced caretakers worked with patients and medical professionals for most of their adult lives, and they enjoy assisting people. Every client has a Registered Nurse who regularly contacts them and their caregiver to answer any questions, concerns, or praise. The traditional Senior Home Care Services are tailored to each client, and care expands to meet their changing needs.
Dementia Care Services Provided at Home
Dementia is frequently considered a gradual, incurable, and ultimately deadly disease, with therapy tailored to the patient’s level of decline and incapacity. Home care service givers create a one-of-a-kind care plan that focuses on abilities rather than decline and on living as full a life as possible. In-home dementia care aims to improve general well-being, which might change as the disease advances.
The Effects of Dementia on a Person
Dementia affects approximately 50 million people worldwide, with nearly 10 million new diagnoses. It affects every aspect of a person’s life. Dementia is a catch-all term for various symptoms caused by several disorders. Dementia affects everyone in some way. Changes in the thinking process are significant enough to interfere with one’s daily life. Over time, the affected person can experience changes in how they react to environmental stimuli, changes in executive function, and physical decline.