6 Types of Senior In-Home Care That Will Make Life Easier

non medical home careNon-medical home care is an option that seniors and their families are often attracted too considering all the benefits that come from it. Starting with the proximity and comfort that seniors will enjoy, non-medical in-home care provides independence, community, and most importantly health and happiness.

 

From the comfort of your loved one’s home, they will receive personalized care with a qualified caregiver no matter what care service you choose. But it’s still important to familiarize yourself with what forms of care will be best for you and your loved one. Griswold Home Care offers various types of non-medical in-home care and ultimately can adjust to your personal needs.

 

Here are six typical services that Griswold offers for seniors:

 

Personal Care Services

 

Your loved one will want to feel and look their best at every stage of their life, that’s why Griswold refers certified caregivers who can help meet those goals. Personal caregivers want your loved ones to feel as independent as possible, but at the same time understand that safety is a top priority. Professionals will be able to assist with daily personal activities such as: bathing, brushing teeth, dressing, grooming, and more based on client request.

 

Homemaker Care Services

 

Homemaker services with Griswold are providing seniors with essentially a helping hand with household chores. Caregivers provide some much needed relief for your loved one by making their life easier and safer. Professional caregivers can help with daily meal preparation, light housekeeping, shopping, transportation, and more.

 

Senior Companion Care

 

Senior companion care is one of Griswold’s most frequently requested services. As life slows down and your loved ones have more time for social lives, it helps to have someone who is available to help them maintain that life. Thus, non-medical caregivers can accompany seniors with: shopping, social events, friend visits, gardening, home projects, and more. Your loved one can have a trusted companion that will keep them socially engaged and safe.

 

Respite Care Services

 

This service provides temporary caregiving services in order to relieve you or the family caregiver of stress. Think of this service as a time to recharge or perhaps to use when you are on vacation. Don’t feel guilty about “leaving” your loved one with a professional, because you also need to recharge from balancing work, family and caregiving. Once the short period is over, you’ll come back to your loved one recharged and emotionally reset.

 

24 Hour Live-In & Overnight Care Services

 

Your loved one may need increased non-medical senior home care and you simply cannot provide that on your own with your personal schedule. This is where 24 hour live-in and overnight services can be utilized. Caregivers can live in the home, provided there is a second bedroom and complete duties of personal care, homemaking, and being an overall companion. Additionally overnight care allows for someone to be present at night in case there is need for assistance with going to the restroom or simple sleep restlessness.

 

Often nursing homes or Assisted Living Facilities can be avoided by having a more affordable non-medical home care assistant around the clock. Maintain your peace of mind while your loved one maintains their sense of independence.

 

Hospice and Palliative Care

 

Hospice care will help seniors with symptom relief and emotional assistance in the last stages of serious illness. Living at home during this tough transition can be comforting for both your loved one and the family. A combination of personal care, companion care, and more will be used to support your family and loved one based on individual circumstances. This is a rough time for everyone and your caretaker is there to make it much easier.