If you are reading this, you are probably researching care options for an aging parent or loved one – and if they are among the 89% of seniors with a stated preference to live at home or age in place, you are specifically seeking options that help your loved one receive care in the comfort of home. The sharp increase in life expectancy-by the year 2050 there will be over one million centenarians (individuals over the age of 100) living in the United States and Canada-combined with a growing preference among seniors to maintain independence and quality of life by living at home, means that home care is becoming a significant component of the aging paradigm. Home care is rooted in the principle that seniors should be free to age at home with the level of care they need to be safe and comfortable. To that end, most home care providers work hard to ensure that their clients are able to live as independently as possible while receiving the care they need to maintain a high quality of life.
We have come across a number of issues that routinely concern families that are evaluating care solutions for an aging loved one. We created this guide to provide you with a more in-depth understanding of the care options available and how in-home care can have a dramatic, positive impact on you and your entire family. What Is Home Care, a guide designed to answer all of your senior care questions, provides a more in-depth understanding of what home care is and gives you tools to help you choose an appropriate home care agency and well-matched caregiver.
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