The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of In-Home Senior Care and the essential role it continues to have in caring for our elderly loved ones.
In-Home Care provides its benefits as a preventative measure and in the continuum of care for post-recovery. When it comes to overall care senior care, it is no longer just about Home Health Care and the visiting nurses or therapists, the In-Home Care providers and their aides are truly the front lines and a vital part of maintaining a Senior’s well-being. In-Home caregivers see clients daily and even care for them around the clock – in good or bad health.
In-Home Care Provides Numerous Types of Care Including the Following:
- In-Home Care Services provide a number of services covering Healthcare, personal care, meal & nutrition support and household support.
- Our Integrated Services are geared for older individuals with chronic health conditions which need more specialized care at home. These health conditions include and are not limited to COPD, heart disease, diabetes, and obesity. Integrated services are also ideal for people recovering from surge or hospitalizations.
- Our Geriatric Care Management is ideal for older senior who are needing care on a short term basis or are looking at having ongoing care for healthcare, support and household support.
- Alliance Senior Care’s Specialty Care Programs are for clients with specialized needs. These services are tailored for your needs and address chronic disease management, Alzheimer’s and Dementia and Transitional Care for people who have been hospitalized recently or who have had surgery and are transitioning back to living at home.
Vicki Hoak, executive director of the Home Care Association of America, stated “We deliver care in people’s private homes. We’re kind of like the invisible care provider,” she said. “We see any change of condition and we can monitor and we can keep people safe.”
A recent article by NBC news suggests Coronavirus concerns show increased need and demand for home care experts for Older Adults in our communities. For people recovering from COVID-19, home care can be both essential and elaborate, involving a healthcare professional who provides additional oxygen, monitors vital signs, administers medication and helps with daily tasks such as eating, bathing and getting in and out of bed.
To learn more about how In-Home Care can help improve your loved ones’ quality of life, call Alliance Senior Care at 248-274-2170. It’s not just In-Home Care, it is Integrated Care.
Home Care Services are an excellent resource for family caregivers and seniors alike.
Alliance Senior Care Home Care services offer a wide range of services providing healthcare, daily living assistance, transportation to and from Doctor’s appointments and tailored care services for additional circumstances.