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If you or your loved one are not quite ready for an assisted living facility, in-home care may be a good option. There are two types of care at home services; home health care and home care assistance.
Home health care provides clinical services (such as skilled nursing care, physical therapy, and occupational therapy). Home care provides non-clinical help with daily living.
Let’s take a look at how each of these options work, and how home health is different from home care.
This is an excellent option for those recovering from a major health event, or transitioning home from a post-hospital care facility. Below are some of the services that can be provided.
Supervised by a registered nurse (RN), these services are available for those with temporary or ongoing medical needs.
Licensed therapy is an option that can be very helpful for those who have experienced a decrease in mobility.
For those recovering from a stroke, or other health event that has affected their speech, this type of therapy is vital to a successful recovery.
If you or your loved one requires assistance with the small tasks that make up daily living, home care can be a wonderful way to help them maintain independence. Home care services can include:
Many families find that a mix of home health care and home care assistance provide the right combination of medical supervision and care to improve their loved one’s daily life.
AgeRight Care at Home services are customizable, providing the level of assistance each person needs in the comfort of their own home. There are many care options available, each with their own unique benefits. Connect with us today to learn more.