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Types of Care

The health care can be overwhelming, we know the outline of how health care, home care work but choosing the right care requires lot of research and patience. The types of care available are personal care, medication management, mobility assistance, meal preparation, housekeeping, transportation assistance, companionship, respite care.

Personal care is for who requires help with day-to-day activities like dressing, bathing or meal preparation. They can avail these services during the day for certain hours.

Every person has their own medication prescribed. Home care helps in the medication to make sure that person take the right medicine. The improper dosage can lead to side effects and increased risk. Medication management includes assistance, creating the complete list of medicine and dosage intake and evaluating the responses due to medication.

Mobility assistance is for someone like suffering from Parkinson disease, have trouble in doing day to day activities. So, minimal day work or walking would be very good for them. The assistance can be provided to them, which helps to build a better lifestyle for them.

Meal preparation can be hectic as they grow older. According the health condition and diet restriction, the foods can be prepared with their preferences rather than buying unhealth junk foods. Keeping track of food and cooking can be challenging, home caretaker will help you assisting with all the things related to the meal and preparation.

Everyone wants their house and surrounding to be clean. As we become older, we require help from other for day-to-day activities. It makes easier for elderly one to move around easily without any disturbance and makes the surrounding sound clean.

Transportation is the main issue for elderly people, or who can’t walk for long hours. Senior transportation services can help them to reach their destination with any hesitation. Companionship is really a question for senior people. They feel ignored and isolated from everyone apart as they couldn’t move very often. Elderly people can’t be left alone for longer period of time. So, a good companionship will be required at these times to stay in the peace and a person to talk with.

Respite care can be taken when the regular care taker or family member requires break from time to time. For replacement respite care can be chosen to ensure the mental and well-being of the care taker. Based on the routine and schedule, alternative care taker can be assigned when the real care taker is on the break.