Elder Care Services in Norristown: Answering Common Questions

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Posted: 5/8/2019 1:02 PM by Interim HealthCare

As our local population ages, many families are beginning to consider in-home care for their loved ones. At Interim HealthCare of Lower Montgomery County, our elder care services in Norristown, PA offer non-medical care to seniors in the comfort of their homes. If you have questions about in-home care, we're here to help, guiding you through the process and answering your questions along the way.

What Elder Care Services Do You Offer?

We provide non-medical senior care for your loved one at home, where they are most comfortable. This type of care gives your loved one the care they need while offering privacy and boosting their independence. 

At Interim HealthCare of Lower Montgomery County, we offer two types of elder care:

  • Personal care and support: This program assists seniors with everyday chores and tasks. Our caregivers can assist with anything from walking and transferring to bathing and meal preparation. We can also help if they need assistance with medication reminders or grocery shopping. Through our Rose Program, we provide assistance to seniors living in retirement homes and independent living facilities.
  • Respite care: Our caregivers can also provide respite care for family caregivers. We understand that you have other obligations in life, and sometimes you need a break from caring for your loved one. We can step in for you when you need a break, working with you to ensure the quality of care remains the same.

Whether your loved one needs personal care and support or their usual caregiver could benefit from respite care, we can help. All our caregivers are screened and ready to provide your loved one with respectful, compassionate care whenever the need arises. 

How Can I Get Elder Care Services in Norristown?

The first step in beginning elder care services is to speak with your loved one's doctor and your family. It is a team effort to decide what services are needed and how to best care for your loved one. 

When you decide to begin your loved one's in-home care with us, we will conduct an initial in-home evaluation. One of our caregivers will visit your loved one to get a sense of their needs. They will ask questions about any illnesses or conditions and about the assistance they need with tasks. From there, a personalized care plan will be created to give your loved one the best care possible. 

To learn more about our elder care services in Norristown, Upper Dublin, Willow Grove, King of Prussia, Lansdale, and Ardmore, call us today at (610) 400-8765.

Need Help at Home?

Send us your questions about home care or a specific request. We're here to help.