Sometimes the comfort of home is what’s needed most.
At one point in time, specifically 1997, a report released by the Institute of Medicine revealed some astonishing findings of end of life care and hospice care in America. Reportedly, people were receiving more aggressive home care than they wished for and enduring untreated physical suffering.
That was just 20 years ago—can you imagine that still being the case today? Thankfully, we’ve come a long way, but there are still issues with the system. The National Institutes of Health reports that more focus must be placed on the non-pain symptoms too, as more than half of U.S. patients at this stage are undertreated.
We understand how hard it is to deal with something like this in the first place. You shouldn’t have to worry about whether your loved one is receiving the best elder home care agency services they deserve and need.
Our professional Life Care Managers will do everything in their power to put these worries to rest. Your loved one deserves to spend their final days in comfort, at ease, and in the familiarity of their own home.
Access to the right services.
A home care assessment helps you understand the specific needs and preferences of your loved one at home. The Life Care Manager then identifies the best options to respect your loved one’s wishes so they can live comfortably at home.
Support for the entire family.
Having a professional partner can provide the family with an objective guide, someone who responds to needs as they arise and makes sure all needed home care resources and services are in place. The geriatric care manager is your advocate.
Comprehensive caregiving services.
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. Some of the services we can provide include:
- Bathing, dressing, and grooming
- Meal planning and preparation
- Light housekeeping and laundry
- Grocery shopping and running errands
- Companionship and joyful activities
- Transportation for appointments
- Exercise and mobility assistance
- Medication reminders