We provide these people help with simple daily activities that are exhausting for them. This enables them to save their energy for more important things in life. Many times, caring for a client involves family, so we play a role in providing respite for the primary caregiver, i/e: a wife caring for a husband or a daughter/son caring for their parents. Constant caregiving can bring considerable stress because the caregiver’s focus is centered on the one needing care.
Very often we see that when we give relief with daily routines, it allows the family caregiver(s) more time for themselves, and the family relationship strengthens.
The caregivers provide help for elderly living at home of daily activities which enables them to save their energy for more important things in life.
The in-home caregivers start in-depth need assessment of the clients’ lifestyle, medical conditions, home location, home accessibility and maintenance, support availability, type of care giving, isolation, financial, and the kind of assistance that will help elderly remain independent at their homes, etc. They meet with the family members for determining the score of care and explain the available services, help with important care decisions.
During the interview should be discussed all the details of the suggested care such as tasks, schedules, carefully selection of the aid, punctuality and check exactly what is covered. It’s important for the client to feel comfortable with in-home caregiver who’ll deliver services in the privacy of his own home. The miscommunication can be resolved by talking to the care provider. Being open to new possibilities, new experiences and situations can lead the clients to developing new friendships or discovering new possibilities.
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- Seniors and disabled individuals who aren’t ready to leave their home for an institutional setting
- Individuals that live with relatives, but because of illness or chronic conditions need support to remain at home.