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Nursing homes or independent living /retirement communities that are best cannot tend to the needs of older adults in their care at all hours. An older adult can benefit greatly with supplemental care from a non-medical caregiver in many cases. These caregivers can offer assistance with simple tasks, such as driving them to appointments or helping them with personal grooming.
Precedence Home Healthcare can refer caregivers to older adults in assisted living facilities, skilled nursing facilities, memory care facilities, and communities on the basis that is as needed. There are ways that non-medical caregivers can help older adults, no matter where they are.
Check out where and how our caregivers we refer can help:
Assisted Living Facilities, Skilled Nursing Facilities, and Nursing Homes
Most nursing homes and assisted facilities do not provide around the clock care. This is where private duty can be helpful. Non-medical caregivers can attend too many of the tasks nurses may not have time always to do and provide older adults with companionship and other activities.
Some facilities may charge more or less based on the amount of care an older adult requires. The whole time patient is living in a nursing home; you can save money by having caregivers that Precedence Home Healthcare refers to tend to their non-medical needs if your loved one does not need medical care.
If an older loved one is recovering from surgery at a facility, private caregivers could add a layer that to on-duty nurses who may not be available at all hours. Private duty caregivers can ensure your loved one is receiving any care that is a supplemental need. Caregivers can also help with a variety of simple tasks as your loved one recovers, such as making sure older adults get safely in and out of the bathtub, helping them to comb their hair, brushes their teeth, or get dressed.
Independent Living, Senior Apartments, and Retirement Communities
Many older adults who reside in independent retirement and living communities are relatively active and generally in good health. However, they are thriving in their new living space if you live out of town, Precedence Home Healthcare can refer qualified caregivers to check in on your older loved one from time to time to be sure}. A caregiver that is private} help them with unpacking their items and settling into their new environment — making it feel like home.
Regardless of age, some people do not always make friends quickly. Some seniors may require a companion. Adjusting to the atmosphere that is new often is lonely. For older adults who are less outgoing, having a caregiver around to help them get the hang of their new community can help that is enormous them and their mental well-being.
Although many retirement communities and living that is independent} offer many programs to keep, residents stimulated and provided opportunities to socialize, not every center these amenities. A private duty caregiver takes them to doctor appointments, hair appointments, or assist with running errands like food shopping. Additionally, caregivers we refer can be a companion to older adults. The caregivers can provide companionship, play board games with older adults, or assist them with arts, crafts, and cook so that they feel stimulated and continue to participate in activities they have always enjoyed through a process of carefully matching caregiver interests to those of your loved one.
Memory Care Facilities
Older adults with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, or other health conditions that affect the mind and memory, placed in a memory care facility that can care for them capably. This specialized stay that is long-term doesn’t always offer 24-7 care to residents, similar to more all-purpose assisted living facilities. Precedence Home Healthcare can refer qualified non-medical caregivers to look after your one when facility’s staff cannot.
While many older adults would prefer to age in place, it cannot always be possible. It is a difficult decision to make that ensure your loved one receives the care deserves. Moreover, sometimes, a facility offers them the best option that is possible. Whether the older adult in your life can live at home or in a nursing home, Precedence Home Healthcare can refer caring, qualified caregivers who can help to support their needs wherever they may be.