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Senior Helpers: The Benefits of Aging in Place

Watch this video to learn more about the benefits of aging in place.

Aging in Place - The Benefits to You and Your Loved Ones

Aging in Place - The Benefits to You and Your Loved Ones

It probably comes as no surprise that most adults would prefer to remain in their homes as they get older and age in place. The decision to move to a nursing home or long-term care facility is a difficult one, and those options usually aren't the ideal outcome. When you have an elderly loved one, it can be difficult to balance your obligations along with providing the care that they need. Additionally, many people don't live as close to their loved ones as they wish, which makes care difficult. However, there are many options available that can keep your loved one happy and independent in their home for as long as possible, and there are actually many benefits to aging in place. 

Aging in Place Can Lead to Better Health Outcomes

A four-year analysis of aging in place found that those who received care in their homes had improved mental and physical health compared to individuals who were in nursing homes. The study also found aging in place to cost thousands less than other care options. Traditional long-term care facilities can diminish a person's independence, but by receiving supportive health services at home, most people can actually save money while increasing their sense of wellbeing and happiness. 

Aging in Place is Tailored to Your Needs

There is a huge variety of services that are available to those who would like to remain in their homes as they age. Senior Helpers Milwaukee provides different levels of care that are tailored to your specific loved ones and their needs. Whether it's comprehensive chronic disease care, or simply some companionship, Senior Helpers is skilled at meeting all different levels of need. Some of the services we provide are: 

  • Alzheimer's and dementia care

  • Parkinson's care

  • Transitional care after surgery

  • Personal care

  • Companionship care

  • Chronic disease care, and more

Develop Closer Relationships

Staff in nursing homes and long-term care facilities can be very busy. They have many patients to assist and frequently cannot spend as much time one-on-one as they would like. However, hiring an in-home service like Senior Helpers provides your loved one with individual care and allows them to develop valuable close relationships with others. Research has found that social isolation can pose a serious health risk as we age. However, by providing your loved ones with companion care, they are gaining a social connection and opportunity to spend enjoyable time with others. Senior Helpers provides caring conversation, help with hobbies, games, as well as assistance with light housekeeping and meal preparation. When you're not able to be there for your loved ones, we can be the extra support they need. 

Obtain Peace of Mind

The most important thing in caring for your aging loved ones is that they are safe. It can be difficult when you don't live very close to an elderly relative, and even those who do live close have other obligations that make it difficult to devote as much time to elder care as they might like. You don't have to worry when no one is around, Senior Helpers provides services such as Wellness Watch that can give you a lot of peace of mind. Our team of professionals can periodically check in on your loved ones to make sure that they are healthy and happy. Our visits include companion services and are totally customized to your needs. If you require a higher level of care, Senior Helpers is skilled in that area as well. 

If you are in the Milwaukee area and considering in-home care to help your loved ones safely age in place, please contact us. Senior Helpers offers many specialized care options for every level of need, and we would love to hear from you. We are available 24/7 to assist you and your loved ones. Call us at (414) 404-9933 to schedule your free in-home safety assessment.