Home CareYour home is more than just a shelter, it's a haven

So...Why Home Care? Today’s aging population requests in-home care more than at any other time. Facts compiled by the National Association for Home Care & Hospice show that 7.6 million permanently disabled and chronically ill or terminally ill individuals in the United States receive home care services. There is a large need in our communities for this type of service especially since many elderly have family members that cannot provide the time during the day and services needed to help their loved ones.

The main draw for in-home care whether it is for elderly parents or for a disabled or special needs child is to provide a feeling of comfort in a familiar and relaxing setting. Most people are able to function at a higher and better level while at home.

In-home care supports families by offering peace of mind to family members of elderly or special needs children who don’t have the opportunity to leave work to provide the adequate care and companionship.

With in-home care the care is tailored to match the needs of the client. Care is provided on a more personal level with one on one interaction. In-home care also in most cases provides a more cost effective option when compared to care in a nursing home.