Being clean and appropriately dressed can help you feel more confident and positive. It also helps maintain skin health. Age at Home caregivers can help you shower and shave safely and dress like you want, so you can feel like yourself.
Has a temporary or permanent condition made it difficult for you to move around your home? Does limited motion make it hard to care for yourself? Age at Home can help you move with proper positioning and support, so you can get around your house or your neighborhood more easily.
As mobility decreases, it may be hard to manage the physical challenges of using the toilet. Age at Home can help you maintain your dignity, privacy and skin health by assisting you with using the restroom and/or any needed incontinence products.
If you take multiple prescription medicines, confusing directions can lead to missing doses or taking pills at the wrong time of day. Age at Home can help you stay your healthiest by ensuring you take the medicines you need, in the right amounts, at the right times.
When a medical condition or disability makes it hard to feed yourself, Age at Home caregivers can make it easier and safer for you to take in enough food, in the right forms, to stay strong and feel satisfied.
Whether you need a companion while walking outside or someone to guide you through therapeutic exercises, Age at Home caregivers can keep you on track with the movement you need to stay mobile and limber.
Loose rugs, uneven floors, wires, cords and other tripping hazards can quickly lead to injury. Age at Home will help you minimize any hazards we find in your home. We will keep clear paths through your rooms, and help you move commonly used items in closets or cupboards so they can be reached without a stool.
Due to physical decline and/or weakness, you may have limited ability to change your position when seated or in bed. Age at Home caregivers can assist you with repositioning in a chair or bed to help you stay more comfortable. We can also support you in maintaining your range of motion through physician-ordered or universal range of motion exercises.