Care in a Residential Facility
The comforts of home can go a long way, especially for seniors. The environment of a hospital is not always soothing, which is why many seniors choose to receive the follow up healthcare they need at home. What many people do not consider is that "home" can mean a variety of things. For some seniors, it means the house they have lived in for 50 years or more. For others, it means an assisted living or retirement community.
If your loved one has specific preferences or needs a particular type of care, you may wish you could customize a care plan at his or her residential community. Interim HealthCare provides a number of medical and therapeutic services that can be offered even if your loved one lives in a senior living community. Whether your loved one requires medication administration, physical therapy, social services or companionship, Interim's Care Professionals can provide supplemental support wherever the senior lives.
For seniors who are making the transition out of their residential homes and into an independent or assisted living community, Interim can also help them adjust. Our Interim Crossroads Program can provide seniors with a Care Professional who works to make this transition go as smoothly as possible. This Care Professional can greet the senior when he or she arrives and identify activities and items of interest in the new home. They can also help seniors unpack, get organized and establish a new schedule that makes the most of the community's amenities and services.
At Interim HealthCare, we know what to look for when it comes to whether a loved one can remain safe and independent in their own home. This simple and free quiz can help guide you when making that important decision.
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