February 27th, 2018 The Loved Ones Desk Uncategorized
There comes in a time in our lives when the ones that are close to us require more assistance than we are able to give them. During this time, we begin to look through our options, such as assisted living or in-home care. Sometimes it can be a very tough decision, especially if you are unaware of the differences between senior assisted living facilities such as Hospice or utilizing in-home care services. So, what are the differences between these two options? Live-in care facilities differ from in-home care in a multitude of ways.
Assisted living requires the help of special senior care facilities where they will have to move to and live in. This concept may intimidate seniors because they will have to move into a new home. However, senior in-home care eliminates the need for uprooting your beloved family member, allowing them to stay in the comforts of their own home while also receiving the care and comfort that they will require. In-home care allows people to receive personalized care without having to sacrifice proximity to family members and comfort.
Loved Ones specializes in many different fields and offer a variety of services such as companion and personal care, Alzheimer’s and dementia care, and hospice care. We also offer programs such as the Never Alone program. Why is the Never Alone program a major benefit? Most home care providers only work within a specific hour time frame. For example, your loved one may only receive care between the hours of 7 A.M. to 6 P.M. which can leave your loved one alone for another 13 hours. Whereas with Loved Ones Never Alone program, your loved one will have access to in-home aid 24 hours a day and seven days a week. We give families peace of mind that their family member is well taken care of and looked after. Contact us today!