Home Health Care
Our parents' declining health calls for help with activities of daily living. Home care is designed to enable our aging parents to remain at home and avoid institutional care.
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Adult Day Care
Adult day care offers the advantage of staying at home, but still gives families the repsite they need. Centers provide social and recreational activites, plus meals.
Senior transportation is crucial to ensure access to medical care and grocery shopping. It enables elderly loved ones to live independently and helps to prevent isolation.
When your parent or loved one has Alzheimer's, it is beneficial to explore caregiving options and living arrangements ahead of time in order to make informed decisions.
Improved quality of care with successful management of many cancer-related symptoms is feasible in the home setting. We support bringing cancer care home.
Hospice is a concept of care rather than a specific place of care, although being at home is desirable. Hospice services include emotional support and comfort care.
Meeting a senior's personal needs such as safety, comfort, social opportunities, and health care access may necessitate moving to facility-based care.