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How to Know When it’s Time for Senior Care? Chicago, IL’s ComForCare Offers Advice and Options
About 33% of seniors over the age of 65 need some assistance with daily tasks. But the transition from independence to Senior Care in Chicago, IL is a huge step that can be difficult to make. Accepting help doesn’t mean you are incapable; it just means sometimes you need someone to rely on. We know you want to retain your independence as long as possible. Whether you need medical assistance, help with keeping up the house, or a ride to the doctor, our caring staff is qualified to ensure you get exactly what you need.
Not sure if you really need assistance? Here are some guidelines to help you decide if the time is right to call ComForCare. Do you . . .
• forget appointments, birthdays, and regular responsibilities?
• get distracted while driving, or receive frequent traffic tickets?
• feel like you are slowing down both mentally and physically?
• need help getting ready for the day and taking care of personal hygiene?
• need help shopping and preparing meals?
Though the above guidelines indicate that you are aging, they don’t necessarily mean that require some added assistance. The decision to get senior home care services in Chicago, IL is a personal one that should be discussed with your family. ComForCare helps you develop a customized aid plan so you can continue to live life to its fullest.
Home Care Services
Services are available around the clock, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including holidays. We can provide same-day home care, transition-of-care, such as transportation home after a discharge, or assist with many other needs that arise when a family member is in crisis. We also provide support to hospitals and care facilities, including staffing hospital sitters if your loved one needs an extra level of attention.
Patient- and family-centered care is an innovative approach to the planning, delivery, and evaluation of health care that is grounded in mutually beneficial partnerships among health care patients, families, and providers. Patient- and family-centered care applies to patients of all ages, and it may be practiced in any health care setting. ComForCare takes a patient-and family centered approach to home care.
Non Medical Home Care
ComForCare specializes in providing personalized non-medical home care. Non-medical care, sometimes referred to as “home care” or “personal care,” includes a wide range of elder care support and in-home assistance by a non-licensed provider. We provide the day-to-day care that your loved one may need instead of or in addition to care by a nurse or other health professional.
For more information, please visit our website: https://comforcare.com/illinois/chicago