Sometimes, you need help with activities of daily living more than an hour or two a day. Sometimes, you or a loved one is limited in your physical capabilities due to surgery, paralysis, or a chronic medical condition. Sometimes, you or a loved one is experiencing the cognitive and physical limitations of conditions like Alzheimer or Parkinson’s disease.
Affordable Home Health Careprovides a number of services to care for the elderly, the disabled, or children and adults in such scenarios. We do our best to match personalities and skills of our professional caregivers with our clients. We focus on providing personalized attention and support on a 24/7 basis. Our live-in caregivers are trained in first aid and CPR, and are certified and/or licensed through national nursing associations.
Live-in care provides seniors and loved ones with around-the-clock care, providing peace of mind and sense of security not only for clients, but also for their families. Our reliable, and experienced live-in caregivers are able to help with and meet the physical, mental, and emotional needs of our clients. In addition to offering emotional support, our live-in caregivers can reduce fall risks and assist in activities of daily living that include but are not limited to:
Most of us want to age in place in our own home. Live-in care offers seniors or disabled adults to live at home longer, surrounded by familiarity and comfortable surroundings. Live-in care enables you or a loved one to maintain independence and quality of life that promotes optimal emotional and mental wellness.
At Affordable Home Health Care, we cater and personalize plans of care to support individual needs, conditions, lifestyles and preferences of our clients. We customize such plans based on you or a loved one’s needs and concerns, 24 hours a day. Our services provide a primary caregiver four to five days a week, and secondary caregivers for the remaining days of the week. This assures that you or a loved one becomes familiar and comfortable with one or two “regular” caregivers that promote a sense of comfort, security, and peace of mind.