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How to Know When Home Care Can Help

The following is a basic list of indicators that someone may be a candidate for home care services.

An Interim HealthCare - Home Care Nurse helps her clientIf someone you know has any of the below indications, he or she might benefit from home care. Do your own assessment, and if you have any concerns, call us to come out to conduct a free assessment and consultation by one of our nurses.

At Interim HealthCare® we know how important it is to keep people living comfortably and independently in their homes as long as possible.

  • Recent hospitalizations or injuries
  • Complicated medical issues or medications
  • Missing appointments
  • Dirty house or clutter piling up (including laundry)
  • Spoiled food in the fridge or expired food in the cabinets
  • Stacks of unopened mail or overflowing mailbox
  • Late payment notices or mishaps with banking accounts
  • Decreased participation in activities outside the home
  • Loss of interest in normal activities or hobbies
  • Comments of sadness or loneliness
  • Unexplained bruising or potential fall hazards prevalent in the home
  • Difficulty walking or balancing
  • Infrequent bathing, showering or grooming
  • Poor diet or decreased weight
  • Unexplained dents or scratches on vehicle or a recent accident
  • Changes in mood or extreme mood swings
  • Forgetfulness, confusion, or memory loss
  • Overweight or underweight pets<
  • Decreased ability to keep up with chores, shopping, cooking, etc.

At Interim HealthCare® we know how important it is to keep people living comfortably and independently in their homes as long as possible.

From simple companionship to 24/7 in-home care, we have the experience of keeping people safe, where they want to be – at home.

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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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