How can you ensure that your loved one will be in the right hands?
The answer is that your loved one needs the appropriate level of care that fits his or her needs. The exact solution may differ from person to person, but it is vital to know what kind of care services are available and what differentiates each type. Simply put, the two primary types of non-medical care services are: home care vs. assisted living.
People prefer home care vs. assisted living
If you are reading this, you are probably researching care options for an aging parent, spouse or family member who requires extra help taking care of themselves. But what works best your loved one, home care or assisted living? If he or she is among the 89% of seniors who openly prefer to live at home or age in place, you are specifically seeking options that help your loved one receive care in the comfort of home.
You are not alone. There are currently over 70 million family caregivers who provide in-home care for a loved one and millions more searching for care solutions.
Home care consists of:
- Flexible hourly care plans
- Live-in and 24-hour care
- Assisting with a neurological condition like dementia, Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease
- Post-hospital and hospice support
Take the next step of your home care action plan and learn what sets home care apart from other healthcare! Ensure that your family member or other loved one will be safe, healthy and happy by requesting our 1-page PDF: “A Comparison – Home Care vs. Assisted Living.”
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