The beginning of a New Year is a chance to start many things fresh for ourselves. New Year’s Resolutions allow us to enact some new goals with a fresh start. These resolutions can range from wanting to change our body, to wanting to get a big promotion, to something like wanting to live a happier life. These resolutions are important to allow us constantly growing and evolving. This is especially true as we begin a new decade and we can begin fresh on many new things, like major life goals. There’s never been a better time for getting on track to achieving some major career progress or beginning your steps towards landing a nice new home for you and your family. However all of this requires us to reflect on what we achieved not only in the last year, but also the last decade and the challenges we faced as we achieved those, or perhaps even the resolutions we were not as successful.
For some, especially our elderly loved ones, there may have been more struggle than ever. Tasks that were easy for them in the beginning of the year are starting to give them more trouble and they’re unable to keep up with the daily tasks or they’re not able to achieve their goals due to lack of crucial support. It happens to all of us, that’s why we need friends and loved ones. However our senior family members often need more than just a good listener or weekend visits from family. They may need someone to help them every single day or perhaps just need someone to visit once a month to catch them up on certain tasks like making sure their home is clean. Unfortunately life can throw many curveballs and we are all busy. Our jobs still need us to be there and while we would all love to support our family members every single day, it just simply isn’t possible. Nursing homes can certainly help, but the thought of taking away your loved one’s independence and putting them into a nursing home may pose too much of a negative impact on their outlook on life. In-home elderly care, however, is an option that will allow your loved one to remain independent and stay in the home they know with the privacy they enjoy. Senior Helpers of Las Vegas are experienced caretakers that specialize in providing affordable in-home care for elderly family members. They can help your loved one with daily tasks such as cleaning, making healthy and delicious food, providing safe transport to Las Vegas, Alamo, Hiko, Indian Springs, Amargosa Valley, Beatty, Boulder City, Henderson, Jean, Laughlin, Pahrump, Searchlight, Sloan, while providing a companion for those who need it. They will also provide helpful reminders of upcoming appointments, medication and other important events for your loved one. Senior Helpers of Las Vegas provide flexible options for care ranging from daily care to occasional monthly visits to ensure the upkeep of their home. Senior depression is higher than ever during the winter months, where leaving the home is the most difficult and the daylight hours are shorter than ever. Many may feel isolated or trapped inside their home and while occasional family visits can help, there is a need for something more. Senior Helpers of Las Vegas are trained to help with not only daily tasks, but also providing emotional support for your loved one. Our caretakers know that your loved one isn’t just a number on a spreadsheet or just another client. Your loved one will be treated just how you would treat them – with respect, dignity and understanding. Senior Helpers of Las Vegas performs thorough background checks and interviews on all of its caretakers so that you can trust your loved one is in good hands. Senior Helpers of Las Vegas offers flexible scheduling that will fit to your loved one’s schedule at no additional cost. All plans do not require any sort of contract and can be cancelled or changed at any time. Senior Helpers of Las Vegas offer services in Las Vegas, Alamo, Hiko, Indian Springs, Amargosa Valley, Beatty, Boulder City, Henderson, Jean, Laughlin, Pahrump, Searchlight, Sloan, and can be contacted at (702) 802-4511 where details of your plan can be discussed.
Make 2020 the year you have the security of knowing your elderly loved one is secure, but also happy in their home.