Helpful Resources from Comfort Keepers Home Care Of Sheboygan, WI
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If your loved one has recently undergone a major medical event, had an unexpected stint at the hospital or is simply not as capable as they once were, it may be time to start considering hiring home health care services. But, if you, like most people, do not really know much about it, you may be experiencing some anxiety over it.
Having the right information about senior care is crucial when it comes to making the correct decision about steps to take regarding your loved one's care. It is also essential that you have all your bases covered, from start to finish. Every step of the way is critical, and one of the major hurdles is how to begin the conversation about home care with you parent. Many people resist the idea because to them it somehow implies that they are no longer independent. Your task is to help explain to them that that's simply not the case. In fact, care at home will only help them stay independent, not take that independence away from them.
We also have information about how to pay for senior care and the types of in-home care available out there. It is good to educate yourself about everything that is available out there because it will help you make the best decision about the home care your loved one needs. Everyone is different, and the appropriate home health care services for your parents will depend on a number of factors, including their lifestyle, illnesses, and physical or mental ability. Comfort Keepers Home Care is dedicated to helping keep your senior loved ones who remains healthy, independent, and happy.
To find out more about senior home health care options available in your area, do not hesitate to contact your local Comfort Keepers in Sheboygan, WI. We are here to answer any questions you may have.
Seniors living at home alone can face risks.
For instance, the risk of falling can be a threat to a senior’s health and quality of life. But no less critical, a dose of medication could be missed, or overdosed. Additionally, for those with dementia, wandering off or engaging in a dangerous activity can put them in harm’s way.
Consequently, many families face this dilemma: balancing respect for a loved one’s independence with a desire to provide them with home care. No one wants to be overbearing, but all families worry about the time between visits when their loved one is alone.
Comfort Keepers offers more than in-home care, we also help seniors and their families overcome these challenges with our full line of in-home safety devices.Contact Us
Medical Monitoring Systems
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These two-way devices provide real-time voice interaction with seniors and others in the event of a fall, sudden illness, or a medication misstep. As senior mobility decreases, these devices give them and their families a measure of peace of mind.
Our medication control devices help loved ones stay on track with their medication, day after day.
Door and window alarms, bedside pressure mats and motion detectors enhance the security of many seniors living at home.
Our SafetyChoice care products connect via phone line to the Safety Choice Centralized Monitoring Station, staffed 24/7 with caring, knowledgeable associates ready to assist. The staff answers promptly and will stay on the phone until help arrives.
Download a brochure to learn more about how our medical alert systems can help seniors live safely and independently at home.
Schedule a Free In-Home Consultation
A Comfort Keepers home visit will help determine the specific needs and demonstrate how these care products can help your senior stay safe while maintaining independence in the home.Schedule a Free In-Home Consultation