Signs Your Loved One Needs In-Home Help

Signs Your Loved One Needs In-Home Help

It’s one of the hardest things a child can do for their parent — decide they can no longer live alone. Though this is a difficult conversation for any family to have, we’re happy to be in the business of providing hope for elders in the form of in-home care. Thanks to in-home care, seniors can stay in their beloved home and community, while still maintaining their health, wellness, and safety.

Signs Your Loved One Needs In-Home Care

Aging parents will rarely admit that they need help, which is why it’s up to their children and family members to look for these warning signs:

  • Missed payments or bounced checks.
  • Poor personal hygiene.
  • Unopened mail sitting on the counter.
  • Their refrigerator is empty or filled with expired foods.
  • Broken or damaged appliances.
  • Forgetting to take medication.
  • Difficulty getting up from a seat or moving around the house.
  • Unexplained bruises.
  • Isolating themselves from friends and family members.

Why Choose Home Helpers

Just because your loved one is showing signs of distress, that doesn’t mean they need to be placed in an assisted living or nursing home, it simply means they need a little help completing life’s daily tasks.

Because our in-home care is customizable, your loved one will get exactly the care they need.

24-Hour Shift Care

Multiple Caregivers will be responsible for providing around-the-clock care of your loved one. And though Caregivers will be available at night, your parent doesn’t need to provide sleeping quarters for them.

Live-In Care

Unlike 24-hour care, a single live-in Caregiver will reside in a client’s home and be available throughout the day and night. Because of this, the client must make arrangements for separate sleeping quarters.

Companion Care

Because isolation can negatively affect a senior’s physical and mental health, we’re proud to offer companion services. Each day, our Caregivers will not only help with necessary housekeeping tasks but will provide genuine companionship to your loved one in the form of talking, playing board games, reading, and helping your loved one use technology to connect with family and friends.

Personal Care

Does your loved one sometimes need help completing life’s basic tasks? Our personal Caregivers can help your loved one eat, bathe, dress, and stand up from a chair or their bed. By helping them maintain their hygiene and health, your mom or dad can live a more enriched, engaged, and independent life.

Medical Care

Your loved one may have been released from a hospital or rehabilitation center, but that doesn’t always mean they’re prepared to live alone again. Whether they’re recovering from a planned surgery, accidental injury, or illness, medical services can ensure they take medication on time and are caring for their wounds.

Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care

Caring for a loved one with dementia is not only emotionally taxing but also a full-time job. Our caregivers ease some of the stress family members feel while providing the best quality of life to your elders.

Respite Care

Being a caregiver is one of the most important roles you have, as well as rewarding. However, even family caregivers need a break from time to time in order to maintain their own health. When you need a break, call on us to learn your routine and take over for a short, scheduled period of time while you focus on yourself.

Join Our Team and Be in the Business of Care

At our core, we’re a business that cares about helping aging seniors live happy, healthy, and comfortable lives in their own homes. If you’re someone who’s looking to make a positive difference in the lives of senior citizens, become a part of our successful franchise!

Make someone’s life easier while delivering exceptional experience, by reaching out to our team at (808) 670-1072 or contact us online.