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Senior Care Services Are a Family Issue: What to Know

It takes a family working together to choose the most appropriate option for a loved one’s senior care services — to make sure all the senior’s needs and wishes are addressed.

Comfort Keepers in Los Angeles, CA encourages families of seniors to become involved in planning their loved one’s care services. Older adults are often at a vulnerable point in their life and face a variety of health impairments that may impede their physical and cognitive function. For this reason, they need the support of their family members more than ever before.

Your senior loved one may find it challenging to express what they need, want, and prefer. Therefore, it is your responsibility as their child or close family member to act as their advocate and ensure they are provided the right types of care services.

Even if you and your family make the decision to hire a home care agency, such as Comfort Keepers, to provide senior care services, you should still be involved. It’s your responsibility to communicate with caregivers to express your senior’s strengths, weaknesses and needs so that an appropriate care plan can be designed.

If you are unsure of whether you need to hire outside help for your senior, understand that caregiving can be a huge responsibility that is typically not manageable by one person. You can be a caregiver at some times but turn to Comfort Keepers in Los Angeles, CA to help you and ensure you don’t get burnt out.

Our home health agency is a huge advocate of communication and will keep you in the loop regarding any changes to your senior’s care plan or current condition. We will contact you on a regular basis so that you always know what is going on and can play a vital role in all decisions related to senior care.

How to Choose the Right Senior Care Provider

Choosing a senior care services provider can be one of the most important decisions you make for your older loved one. Here are several questions that may make the decision-making process a bit easier for you and your family:

  • How will I bring up the care discussion with my senior?
  • How will their elderly care services be paid for?
  • What is the most comfortable and safe plan of care for my older loved one?
  • What types of care do they need? Personal hygiene, toileting, feeding, grocery shopping, meal preparation or another service?
  • What are all of my care options, what are their differences, and how can each one support my senior?
  •  Is there a family member nearby that can assist my senior at just about any moment?

If you have any questions or would like to learn more about our senior care services, please give us a call today!

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