Transitioning a loved one from a private residence to a care facility can be complicated. When you need assistance for a loved one, we are here for you. As we age, living situations can change temporarily or permanently and leaving the home is never easy, especially for those with dementia.
During times of transition, emotions can run high and logistics can become difficult to coordinate. No matter what is going on, trying to maintain a consistent schedule is still important. People often move between independent communities, rehabilitative care centers, skilled nursing centers and hospitals on more than one occasion. Each transition poses new challenges. And, for every challenge, we can be there for the consistent one-on-one care you need, no matter where you are.
A loved one might find it difficult to visit after a relocation. When seniors are moved to new facilities, we can visit on any day of the week. During our time together, we can do just about anything that makes your loved one smile. That often means listening, eating meals together, or helping with personal hygiene. We step in as if we are family and keep everyone up-to-date on how their loved one is doing.
The Attention They Deserve
For those with dementia or who are at risk of falling, extra attention means preventing isolation and peace of mind for friends and family. Our visits allow you to check in with your loved one more often. Extended Family Caregivers give you the assurance that you need to make sure your loved one is safe and happy. We can be where your loved one is during days, evenings, nights, weekends, or even holidays to provide the personal attention they deserve.
Let Us Help With:
One of the best things we can do is help your loved one get out and socialize.
- shopping trips
- stop by the hairdresser
- go on a walk
- watch a movie
- visit a friend