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Helping seniors stay at home is the wish for most. And with in-home care seniors, and those with special needs, are able to remain in their homes longer versus moving to a care facility.
Non-medical home care is a service that helps those in need by assisting with activities of daily living (ADLs) in order to continue living life from the comfort of his or her own home.
Home care is a model that can include both professional and informal support networks such as family, neighbors, and friends. Home care services include personal care services such as help with bathing, washing your hair, or getting dressed. Home care is suitable for the chronically ill, disabled, someone recovering from surgery or someone who just needs a little assistance to remain in their home vs. moving to a senior care facility. It's often a lot more affordable too.
In-home care can also include: homemaker services (such as light housekeeping), companionship, card playing, taking walks, or simply reminiscing.
In-home care can offer Respite relief for family caregivers, transportation to the doctors, medication reminders, activities and more may also provided offering the caregiver with a much needed break.
Trained and experienced caregivers can provide in home care wherever ‘home is’ including a personal residence, assisted living facility,nursing home or hospital. Most offer specialized training in caring for individuals with Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s as well as Hospice.
The following 3 min. video is a MUST SEE to help understand how valuable non medical in home care is to senior who want to remain in their home and as independent as possible.
The Cost of In-Home Care
According to the “Cost of Care Survey”, an annual report by Genworth, home care costs less than other options like adult day care, assisted living and skilled nursing. In fact, the national average cost of home care per hour ranges between only $10 to $36. Genworth also reports that the cost of home care services only increased by 1% during the past five years.
By comparison, the average resident at an assisted living community pays $3,450 per month. Nursing homes can cost up to $948 per day. In the past five years, the costs for assisted living and skilled nursing have risen by 4%. Medicare doesn't cover home care.
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