There comes a time in life when we must step back and make some very tough decisions. These decisions are particularly difficult to make because it’s not just based on your wishes. You also want to respect the desires of your loved one and how they wish to comfortably spend their days.
However, if any behavioral or mental health problems are becoming more serious and attention-warranting, it can become very stressful when someone isn’t caring for your loved one. As one ages, it can go a long way having someone whose focus is to care for them.
And there’s many alternatives today, especially with in-home care. Services like ours give you the chance to lighten your schedule and catch up with life again. Whether your loved one has a developmental, physical, or psychiatric disability, LivHOME professionals support your efforts to enhance the quality of life for you and your family member today and in the years to come.
A home care assessment by a Life Care Manager helps to understand the specific needs and preferences of the dependent adult. The Life Care Manager then identifies the best options, assisting the dependent adult and family members to choose and access community services, facilitating a quality of life comparable to persons without disabilities.
No matter how one may be compromised in their ability to function independently, we believe in providing the necessary support to maximize independence and empowerment for all of our clients. Our expert Life Care Managers balance attending to not only physical care needs, but emotional, social, and cognitive needs as well, achieving the greatest possible enrichment and fulfillment.
Caring for a dependent adult presents challenges to the entire family. Having a professional partner can provide the family with an objective guide, someone to respond to needs as they arise, as well as anticipate and help plan for the future. The Life Care Manager is your advocate.
Should hands-on care be needed, LivHOME Caregivers, who are company employees, will be hand-selected and matched by the Life Care Manager to enrich the living situation whether the client lives independently, with family, or in a facility.
A comprehensive assessment will identify the needs and issues involved in caring for your loved one, providing you with the information, resources, and direction needed to create a quality plan of care. Speak with a Care Consultant about our rates and services today.