Your Comfort is Our Care...
One of the largest responsibilities we face as our parents and/or loved ones begin to age, is ensuring that they are always comfortable and meticulously cared for. The primary concerns for most people, is that your loved one won’t be able to cook,
Advantages of Home Health Care
Facts compiled by the National Association for Home Care & Hospice show that 7.6 million permanently disabled and chronically or terminally ill individuals in the United States receive home care services. Although the majority of home care recipients are over the age of 65 years, many are discharged from hospitals to home care so they can continue to receive the rehabilitative care they need.
Here are a few of the many benefits:
clean or generally take care of activities of daily living. We're here to tell you that this is no longer a reason your loved one should be forced to remain in a hospital or nursing home.
Home health care costs less than keeping a patient in the hospital. Home health care professionals provide a full range of services for people who are discharged from the hospital but who still need certain medical services throughout the length of their recovery.
Quality of Care
Home health care provides your loved one-on-one attention. That's something they would not receive as a patient in a hospital or resident at a nursing facility. In a nursing facility, a single staff person is often responsible for caring for 10 or more residents.
Help from friends and family is another reason why some people choose home health care. Family members can be actively involved in a loved one’s care, and caring for the person in his own home environment allows for more flexibility.
Home health care allows a patient to recover in the comfort and security of their own home. Patients receive individualized care designed to meet their specific needs. In many cases, the option of home health care delays the need for families to place an elderly loved one in a nursing care facility.
Trust Comforting Care Inc. to meet the needs of your loved one, and provide the care that they so richly deserve.