Eldercare in Waukesha, WI Offered by Comfort Keepers: Why Your Family May Need Home Care
Comfort Keepers in Waukesha, WI, and surrounding areas offers eldercare if your loved ones are showing any of these signs below
If you have noticed that your loved one is having a hard time completing tasks throughout the day, then it may be time to consider eldercare for them. It is possible that your loved one may be able to live independently, but they may need some assistance with some of their daily tasks. It is okay to recognize this, but we understand that it may be scary for you at first. Fortunately, the team at Comfort Keepers eldercare is prepared to help you in every way possible. Call our office today or take a look below at some of the symptoms that may indicate your loved one could use home care.
If you have noticed that your loved one has started to forget important dates and appointments, you may want to talk to their health care provider about dementia or Alzheimer’s. It is a serious concern in the elderly and Comfort Keepers eldercare providers warn that you may start to quickly notice your loved one’s memory decline. Those who do suffer from cognitive diseases such as these should receive home care services.
Decline in Hygiene
Your loved one is likely very independent as most seniors are, but if you notice that they neglect their hygiene, it could be because they are experiencing some mobility issues or because they have some problems with dexterity. The experts at Comfort Keepers eldercare can assist your loved one in performing these duties.
A messy home can be an indication that your loved one needs some assistance in his or her home. Fortunately, there are home care services that assist with housekeeping duties. The biggest concern with a messy senior’s home is that there may be too much clutter on the floor and this clutter can lead to injuries, especially if your loved one were to trip and fall.
Health Condition That Is Chronic
Chronic health conditions are often a concern in the elderly and if your loved one has a chronic condition such as dementia, arthritis, or heart disease, you may want to talk about home care services, as they can assist your loved one in their daily activities.
If you would like to learn more about how we can provide your loved one with care and allow them to age in place, call Comfort Keepers elder care today at (414) 209-5808.