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Senior personal care assistance can be beneficial for most elderly individuals in Denville and Morristown areas of New Jersey. Whether seniors require a hand around the house with chores or have more intensive needs for chronic condition management or disabilities, ComForcare caregivers are able to provide help. Having in-home senior personal care aid permits greater self-sufficiency than most other types of senior care, as well. This can help to promote a more positive mindset and a higher quality of living.
Seniors often ask family members for help with senior personal care needs before looking to outside sources. While family members know their loved ones better than anyone, family members may not understand the intricacies of conditions as well as professionally trained caregivers. Caregivers can provide support and advice for seniors and family members, while allowing family respite that can help ease the pressure that often builds when family members struggle to manage all aspects of senior care alongside other obligations.
Chronic Condition Management
Chronic conditions can change many aspects of life. Before beginning to provide senior personal care, caregivers are trained on many aspects of chronic condition management so that they are able to be a source of information for clients and family members. Caregivers can assist with medication reminders, mobility aid, range-of-motion exercises, and many other activities to aid in condition management. Having a companion that understands the effects of the condition can also be reassuring for seniors.
Transition of Care Services
After being released from a hospital or other medical facility, seniors often require more assistance with senior personal care needs. ComForcare can help to make this transition of care effortless for seniors in Denville and Morristown areas. Caregivers can rearrange the home to better fit medical equipment or ease mobility concerns and can provide one-on-one support and aid when the client comes home. During the rehabilitation period, caregivers can also assist with programs that have been suggested by physicians or therapists.
Incontinence may be a concern for seniors with cognitive disorders and conditions affecting the bladder. ComForcare caregivers understand the emotional impact that these issues may have, as well as the health risks and physical discomfort associated with not having a proper incontinence care plan in place. Caregivers will take steps to make certain that clients’ hygienic needs are taken care of at all times to mitigate these effects. Caregivers will take care of these very personal needs on a regular schedule so that seniors can maintain high levels of dignity and confidence.