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In Home Assisted Living

Many families struggle with a decision to move their elderly loved one to a nursing home or assisted living facility.  In home assisted living means that your loved one will not have to leave everything they cherish and love behind.  There is no need for a life altering move to an assisted living home to receive the same high quality level of care.  In home assisted living care is a positive option for those who wish to remain as active as they can in their community.  In home assisted living from Senior Helpers of Santa Barbara can create an environment conducive to prolonged health and independence for your loved one. 

In home assisted living can be very beneficial for many types of senior care needs and provides expert Alzheimer’s and dementia care as well as personal care services.  A newly diagnosed loved one can remain in their homes, which has been shown to reduce their anxieties while they try to cope with the disease.  To keep their familiar environment and establish routines will allow them to feel less stress and improve their overall outlook on life.

Sometimes the decision to accept help in the form of in home assisted living can be intimidating, especially to older adults.  The thought of allowing a stranger into their home to give them the care they need can be hard on your loved one at first.  You can rest assured that a high quality, compassionate caregiver from Senior Helpers of Santa Barbara will be matched up to your loved one’s specific needs.  In home assisted living is individualized and personalized care.  Your loved one can find solace in the fact that with one caregiver attending to their senior care needs, in their home, they are never just a number on a long line of other adults requiring care.  Your aging relative can remain in their home and keep their independence with the help of a dependable caregiver.

If your loved one only requires assistance temporarily while they recover from a recent hospitalization, services can end when necessary.  Some families find that the caregiver that is matched to their loved one becomes a crucial part of their loved one’s lives.  In some cases, a family will need help with more critical care for an elderly loved one.  In home assisted living provides your loved one with around the clock care to ensure maximum comfort and to minimize suffering.  This is especially helpful for those who are recovering from a recent hospital stay due to injury or illness.  Healing at home is typically faster than at an institutionalized setting.  Your loved one will recuperate quicker and will have a more positive outlook on life.  If the personal care services become unnecessary, some families find the companionship and assistance with transportation to be equally important. 

Deciding whether your elderly parents or relatives need assisted living can be very difficult for your entire family.  You may have noticed Dad isn’t the same since Mom passed away.  Or that your great Aunt can’t seem to get around her house like she used to.  Maybe your elderly relative has household chores that have fallen by the wayside and their home is now unsafe with cluttered mess or unsanitary with old food left in the refrigerator.  There is a way to help your senior relative without moving them to an assisted living or nursing facility.  In home assisted living by Senior Helpers of Santa Barbara can bridge the gap between dependable expert senior care and having to uproot your loved one to a nursing home.  When asked, most seniors would prefer to live out the remainder of their years in their own homes.   Senior Helpers of Santa Barbara, 805-687-7777, provides expert in home assisted living services to all areas of Santa Barbara, Goleta, Lompoc, Santa Ynez, and Carpinteria, California.  Your loved one can remain in the comforts of their familiar home and still receive the type of senior care they require to live successfully.