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When You Should Consider Live-In Senior Care

When You Should Consider Live-In Senior Care

Live-in senior care is quite clearly not a small measure. Live-in senior care is required when situations are rather serious. Having said that, live-in senior care is often beneficial in multiple scenarios.

Live-in Senior Care Is A Form Of Senior Care That Is Perhaps More Practical Than You Might Think.

Live-in senior care is required when a senior (or younger person living with a disability) requires around-the-clock access to care and supervision. Such individuals are at high risk for accidents and health emergencies and cannot live safely without a caregiver nearby at all times. Many seniors in this position move into a senior care facility. And many seniors are happy there. But not all seniors are. Many seniors have grown attached to their homes. They don’t want to leave, especially because they view such a move as the beginning of the end.

But, surely, arranging to have a caregiver live inside the home of a senior is impractical, right? For one, it sounds really expensive. But actually, it isn’t. Live-in senior care is usually cheaper than moving into a senior care community because there’s no rent or fees to pay to the facility. You need to have an extra room and private space for the caregiver, as well as the understanding that they don’t actually work around-the-clock and they need their own scheduled free time, but that’s pretty much it.

But What Seniors Can Benefit From Live-in Senior Care? Typically, It’s Those Seniors Who Require High Levels Of Care.

There are many forms of senior care that can benefit seniors by providing just a little extra help, maybe with chores (homemaking services) or by helping them maintain good spirits (companion care). Live-in care is for seniors who need quite a bit of personal care. They might need help getting in and out of bed, help with bathing and grooming, help with eating them, and more. Sometimes seniors have had visits from personal caregivers for years, but their condition progresses. At that point, it often doesn’t make much sense to upturn their whole life and move them into a senior care community. So, live-in senior care becomes the obvious next choice.

Live-in Senior Care Is Not Just For Seniors Whose Health And Abilities Have Deteriorated With Age.

We often think of live-in senior care as the final stage of care. Most of the seniors who receive live-in senior care will never be able to move back to intermittent senior care. But some can. Live-in senior care is often a great choice for seniors with temporary conditions. Seniors recovering from surgeries or accidents can receive live-in senior care until their condition improves.

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