What is Home care ?

Home care, which is also called senior care and in-home caregiving, is a service offered by  Home Care Agencies like Dream Home Care LLC. They regularly send a Care Professional to a person’s home or care community to help them with things like bathing, doing the laundry, and making meals.

Why are home care services important?

  • Offers personalized care plans and one-on-one care.
  • Helps older people stay independent and keep their pride as they get older.
  • Provides the vital companionship needed to avoid loneliness and isolation.

How Does in-home caregiving work?

When you choose home care, you will get a personalized care plan that is made to help the whole family reach goals for their quality of life. Based on what you say, the plan can be changed to fit your specific needs. Then, your Care Pro(s) will be scheduled to come at the set time each day or week to give you compassionate, individualized care.

How can Dream Home Care LLC’s Caregiver help?

Trained caregivers can help older people or people with long-term health problems do daily tasks like bathing, getting dressed, cooking, and cleaning. This makes life easier and safer. Care Pros can also help family members by providing expert care that gives everyone peace of mind and eases any feelings that caretaking is “stressful.” A Care Pro may also like to hang out with people by talking, doing puzzles or crafts, or listening to music.

Who Needs Home Care?

Home care can help anyone who needs it to stay healthy and safe at home. If you have a long-term health condition that makes it hard to do things like button a shirt or take a bath, home care might be a great way to keep your independence and live an active life.

How to tell if your loved ones need home care?

If our parents or other loved ones show any of these signs, they may benefit from home care:

  • A decline in personal hygiene
  • Lose interest in cooking Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia
  • Falls frequently
  • Has trouble getting around
  • forgets to pay the bills
  • forgets to take his or her medicines
  • Help is needed to get up and down from chairs or sofas.
  • Has a long-term disease like arthritis that makes it hard to do things like open jars or button a shirt.
  • Diminished driving skills