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How to recognize if an aging loved one needs around the clock care and if in home care is right for you and your loved one.
In this time of COVID-induced isolation, virtual events offer seniors and their families vital support and connection.
Most seniors want to age in place successfully and safely in their homes. Advanced planning to accomplish this is vital - and not always easy or straight-forward. Emotions about the perceived loss of independence and purpose, and declines in overall health, cognition, and mobility, can be difficult to overcome. In-home care can provide the extra support to ensure the success of a well-prepared plan to safely age in place. In-home care is what we do at Senior Helpers of Greater Oklahoma City.
Most seniors have spent their lifetimes making valuable contributions to their families and communities. Although injury, illness, or mobility challenges may require a senior to spend much of their time at home, the older adult may want to continue experiencing the rewards of serving others. Yet, seniors don't have to leave home to provide a meaningful service. Caregivers can help seniors find service opportunities that fit the senior's skill level. Here's a list of service opportunities the senior you're caring for may be interested in.