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Senior Care is a Family Issue

Senior Care is a Family Issue: Comfort Keepers Senior Home Care Solutions in Charlotte, NC

It takes a family to choose the best senior home care solutions for their loved ones

Why Is It Important?

Currently, around 80 percent of older Americans prefer to age in place in the comfort of their own homes. This stage of life is vulnerable for seniors, as they may be experiencing loss in cognitive function or physical disabilities. For this reason, now more than ever, seniors need the support of their friends and family.

It is important to have a family member advocate for their elder, since seniors often have difficulty expressing their needs. As an advocate, you should be actively involved in order to choose the best senior home care solutions, whether your loved one can get care at home or if they need to move into a nursing home or assisted living facility.

You can make sure your loved one’s care needs are met by communicating directly with their caregiver. The rest of the family can help even if they cannot provide care by assisting with home maintenance and managing finances, bills and medical claims. Frequent visitation will also improve your senior loved one’s life considerably.


  • When will my family begin the conversation about senior home care solutions?
  • How much and what kind of help around the home does my loved one need?
  • What is the most appropriate care option for my parent?
  • How will my loved one’s care be funded?
  • Is there a family member nearby and available to assist?

Additional considerations include your loved one’s personality and temperament. Are they very social, or prefer to be left alone? This will help not only choose a compatible caregiver, but also the most appropriate care schedule. Also, consider your parent’s past living experiences. Those who have built up their home over the years will find it hard to adjust if they need to move to a smaller living space.

Since choosing the right senior home care solutions for your loved one is such a difficult decision, it helps to involve the whole family. Together, you can consider all the factors involved and become more informed before making your decision. To learn more, contact us at our Charlotte, NC office or call (704) 980-7620.