If you have an elderly parent that is having a bit of difficulty doing daily tasks due to an illness or injury, you may want to look into having an in home care service come to look in on them. In home care service is an option many take when they do not wish to have their loved ones away from their own home. Here are some of the benefits your parent would enjoy by being a patient of a senior home care service.
Convenience Of Staying Home
If an in home care worker is hired, your parent will be able to stay at their own home without having to go to another facility to have treatment. They will feel comfortable in their own home without having the stress of learning how to live at a new place.
Care would be given at set times of the day, at a schedule you and your loved one will specify. Home care will allow your parent to continue to have an individualized setting rather than a structured, regimented environment. Your parent will be able to do what they want, when they want. Staying at home will keep your parent from becoming overly depressed, as well.
Saves On Cost
It may be cheaper to have in home care service over a nursing home. Your parent will still be able to provide for their own food and toiletries rather than having to pay for them as part of the cost of an institutionalized setting. Bills would be the responsibility of the individual rather than incorporated into the price of an outside facility's rates.
Insurance May Pay
Look into your parent's health insurance plan to see if in home care is covered in any way. Many healthcare plans will help pay for in home service. Your parent's policy may have stipulations on how many hours or days of service will be covered per calendar year. Call the insurance company to acquire rate information before calling different service providers.
An Individualized Plan
If your parent has an in home care worker coming to their home, the care they receive will be individualized to their ailments. They will be able to administer medicine and take care of dressings on injuries. They will help with occupational and physical therapy, as needed. They will be able to help your parent with light chores around the home, and will not leave your parent unattended if injuries seem severe. They will work closely with your parent's doctors to make sure they get the best care possible.
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