Has your loved one recently lost the ability to drive, lost a spouse, suffered an injury or is dealing with another limitation? Care is There can support your loved one’s ability to live independently by performing or arranging basic assistance for lots of things:
- Check-in visits and calls
- Accompaniment to doctor’s appointments
- Advocacy during emergencies
- Obtaining assistive devices: walkers, hearing aids, emergency alert systems, etc.
- Running errands including filling prescriptions
- Bill paying and paperwork
- Arranging for meal preparation
- Home maintenance and repair
- Engaging in social activities
- Finding specialists: legal, financial, therapeutic
Care is There can also arrange professionals to do a safety review of your loved one’s home and recommend helpful modifications. Care is There can refer you to service providers to make the modifications or can supervise the process for you.
Many older adults only need assistance in certain areas of their life. Care is There allows you to chose only the services that your loved one needs and only pay for the hours of service they utilize. This option can be far less expensive than an assisted living facility, and it allows your loved one to remain in their own home. Read more about pricing.