How At-Home Care Helps Older Adults Remain Independent and Brings Peace Of Mind To Their Families
Tracy says not only does she run a business and take care of her husband, teenage son and two dogs, but she is also the primary caregiver for her 87-year-old mother who has dementia.
“It’s stressful how torn I feel,” Tracy says.
“[Home Instead Senior Care] provides services to help our aging individuals stay in place, [and] age at home,” Lakelyn says about Home Instead Senior Care, whose services range from personal care to hospice support, and even Alzheimer’s and dementia care. “Studies show us 90% of older adults want to age in place, and services like Home Instead can help them meet that desire to age in place, but also provides stress relief to family caregivers knowing that their loved one’s [are] well taken care of.”
“It would take so much stress off me and my husband to know that my mother’s needs were being taken care of, and then I could take care of my family, my business and everything else,” Tracy says.
Lakelyn reveals that Home Instead has a gift for Tracy and her mother. “For the next six months, we’re going to send a professionally trained Home Instead caregiver into your home to support your mom – but most importantly to support you and give you extra time to spend with your husband and your son,” she says.
Learn more about Home Instead Senior Care and their services in the video above.
If you are looking for assistance with an aging parent living in their own home or yours, visit HomeInstead.com, which has locations in all 50 states, across Canada and in 10 other countries.