Mom passed away last year and each time you visit Dad, he seems to be slipping. He seems to have lost some weight, but says he’s eating just fine. He doesn’t always remember to take his medications and he forgot his doctor’s appointment last week. He admits that last week when he took Rover out, he slipped and fell. “Only bruised a little” is what he claims. He sometimes sleeps in the recliner because it is just easier.
He would never consider moving into someone else’s home. He has lived in this house for over 40 years. It is home-familiar and comfortable. He doesn’t need a lot of help, just a little each day and someone to check on him and keep him company.
But it is more than you can do as your own family’s demands are overwhelming you at the moment. Where do you turn? What can you do?
365 HomeCare can help. 365 HomeCare can provide companionship services as well as medication reminder and transportation to medical appointments. 365 HomeCare can help Dad get his day going, make sure he has a good breakfast each morning or help him retire for the night. Pet care is also offered by 365 HomeCare so Dad isn’t out and at risk to fall again. Even if it just a few hours per day, 365 HomeCare can enhance Dad’s experience in his own home, safe and comfortable. And you’re going to have peace of mind knowing Dad has someone to count on when you can’t be there.
For a free assessment, contact 365 HomeCare today. Whether the need is imminent or just a possibility in the future, 365 HomeCare is the place to turn.
We hope the day never comes, but if it does, for caring that never stops rely on 365 HomeCare.