End of Life Care
Few of us are comfortable talking about death, whether our own or a loved ones, it is a scary subject for many. The end of life, no matter how long and well lived, can bring with it a sense of loss and sadness. It can also be a reminder of our own mortality, so we may avoid even thinking about death. This is normal, but death is normal too.
Our First Choice Caregivers are trained on how to deal with death and dying. Proper communication and the ability to make your love one as comfortable as possible through this process.
There is no easy or comfortable way to deal with expiring of your love one, but you don't have to go through it alone. Sitter services can be a very useful services that can allow you to have a break while knowing that the dying person is being well cared for.
A referred caregiver can assist with supplemental personal care, homemaking, and companionship when you need a little help. Not only can these services aide your elderly loved one receiving hospice care, but having a little extra help can give you balance and focus on quality time.
What this means...
Symptom relief and emotional-spiritual assistance
Supplemental non-medical home care, such as personal care and companionship
Do everything possible to enable quality time among immediate family and friends
Resources for practical information and closing loose ends financially and emotionally
Ensuring a safe transition for your loved one and handling your everyday routine
Research shows that at least 70 percent of people over 65 will need long term care services and support at some point in their lifetime and today In Home Care is the most afforable and most popular long term care support option.
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