Mobility Assistance Offers Safety and Convenience
Limited mobility is a common issue that can lead to seniors moving from their own home into an assisted living facility. For some people, an assisted living facility is a good choice, but many seniors would prefer to stay at home. If your elderly loved one would prefer to live at home, but is having trouble getting around the house properly, call Comfort Keepers to build an in-home care plan, including mobility assistance, transferring, and positioning.
With elderly mobility services, Comfort Keepers can help seniors stay safe at home and avoid unnecessary risks by lending a friendly, helping hand. In this way, mobility services can improve quality of life and help avoid falls or injury.
A Mental Boost
The physical benefits of mobility assistance in the home can be significant, such as reducing fall risk and staying away from bed sores. With that said, the mental benefit of this kind of service from Comfort Keepers can be just as important. It’s frustrating to feel like you are stuck in the same place hour after hour, day after day, and such a feeling can to take a toll on the senior loved one in your life. As mental health is an essential part of overall health, keeping seniors as active as is safely possible is a big step in the right direction.
Discuss this issue with your loved one to see if they could benefit from mobility assistance from a caregiver. From basic senior mobility to simple senior exercise routines, activity can go a long way toward improving a senior’s outlook on life.
Comfort Keepers provides not only senior mobility aid, but also a long list of other services to make your loved one's life at home as comfortable, meaningful, and enjoyable as possible. We don't do one-size-fits-all service, as every individual client has his or her list of needs and limitations. Contact us to speak with our team about what we can do for your family.