Many families seek private home care for an aging parent. Perhaps your father lives alone, and you’d like to hire a caregiver to be a companion or to help with everyday tasks, such as cooking and cleaning. Maybe your mom has diabetes and needs a Registered Nurse to come to her home to administer insulin injections. Another common situation is that your mom or dad was recently hospitalized for a procedure and needs temporary help above and beyond what is covered by other providers. In all these scenarios, there’s a possibility that you, as your parent’s primary caregiver, feel spread thin juggling those responsibilities with your own family and career. Private home care can help.
Of course, private duty home care isn’t only for the elderly. Expecting or new mothers, individuals with mobility issues, and people living with various health conditions can all benefit from professional help at home.