Signs That You Need A Caregiver
We understand the importance of family and for your loved one to live as independently as possible in the comfort of their own home.
- Do you have a loved one who is experiencing noticeable memory loss or has received a diagnosis from the doctor of Dementia or Alzheimers?
- Have you or a loved one had a recent illness, injury or surgery that left the patient less functional or independent?
- Are you or your loved one unsafe alone?
- Do you or your loved one spend most of the time alone, inactive and socially isolated?
- Do you have a loved one who wants to remain at home rather than moving to a long term facility?
- Does your loved one have diminished hearing or diminished sight?
- Does your loved one have poor eating habits and inadequate nutrition/hydration or failure or inability to follow through a physician's instructions, medicine dosages, etc.?
- Does your loved one have problems with incontinence?
- Have you or your loved one had to give up their driver's license yet still likes to get out to shop, visit friends and family, get their hair done, go to events, or other activities?
- Do you need someone to help you or your loved one with grocery shopping or getting medications?
- Do you or your family caregiver have no time for yourself, and need rest?
- Do you or your family caregiver feel exhausted, stressed out, and feel like you just can't handle it anymore?
- Are you spending countless hours at the bedside of a hospitalized family member without getting proper rest?
- Do you need to take off of work every time your elderly or disabled loved one has a doctor's appointment or medical procedure?