Texas Senior Care and Housing Directory
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Texas Senior Home Care Options

Texas senior home care providers and services.

In-Home Care (Non Medical)

Texas Senior Home Care Providers

Home Health Agencies

Texas home health care agencies

Hospice Care Providers

Texas hospice and palliative care providers. 

Transportation Services 

Texas Senior Transportation Services 

Senior Care Advisers

Texas Senior Care Advisors.

Smart Care Technology

Technology for Texas Caregivers and patients with Alzheimer's.

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Texas Home Care Options

Senior Meal Prep Companies provide various types of meal services for older adults; meals prepared for seniors in their homes by professional cooks / chef where they do the shopping and cooking, preparing healthy meals in the person's kitchen; companies that prepare home delivered meals (like other home meal delivery services but who specialize in older adults).

Non Medical In-Home Care are services that assist seniors, elderly and the disabled with their activities of daily living including eating, maintaining personal hygiene, and basic mobility. Assistance with medication is an area that toes the line between medical and non-medical care. Medication reminders is considered non-medical. Caregivers cannot administer medications, they can only remind and watch, to ensure the individual takes them.

Home care agencies often provide Senior Transportation Services. Some provide services only when you sign on to use their home care services and will take you to and from the doctor, grocery store, hair appointments, etc. and it's included in their fee. Others, provide al la carte' senior transportation services so it's important to ask, meaning, you don't have to use their home care services.

Home Health Agencies provide licensed, skilled healthcare, including short-term nursing services, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech language pathology, medical social work and home health aide services. Certified home health medication aides can administer medications in acute patient conditions or environments. Unlicensed persons (not limited to home health aides) can assist with administration of medications without any RN supervision or delegation.

Palliative Care can begin at diagnosis. Hospice Care begins after treatment of the disease is stopped and when it is clear that the person is not going to survive the illness.


Senior Care Advisors
help families narrow their focus to the right level of care and the communities or home care agencies that meet the senior’s personal criteria. Another advantage of working with a senior care advisor is having access to insider knowledge of the senior care market. They can guide you through the process of finding the best housing or care option for your loved one, based on their personal needs, and budget.

Smart Care Technology
consists of various types of apps and devices caregivers can use to assist their loved one safely age in place. These are technological tools can make the tasks involved with caring for an aging loved one a little easier.

 

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