- At Home Care Options
- Self Directed Care
- Interactive Caregiving™
- Personal Care
- Companion Care
- Meal Preparation
- Light Housekeeping
- Medication Reminders
- Respite Care
- Transitioning Home
- Assisted Living Services
- Fall Risk Reduction
- Grocery / Home Shopping
- Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care
- 24 Hour Home Care
- Veterans Care
- Private Duty Nursing
- End of Life Care
Senior In Home Care Providers Can Help With Grocery and Home Goods Shopping
Comfort Keepers promotes independent living for seniors in Reno, NV
Senior in home care focuses on helping seniors and older adults with all the non-medical assistance they need to live a happy, fulfilled life on their own terms. This comes in handy because as we get older, we need an increasing amount of help to get through the day and stay healthy.
Seniors may begin to lose their mobility or start dealing with chronic illnesses, and as a result, they will be less capable of taking care of their day-to-day responsibilities. If your parent is not one to talk about needing help, you will have to pay particular attention to know when to bring up senior in home care. One of the first things to be neglected with your loved one's loss of mobility can be healthy meals and nutrition. Eating a less nutritious diet can have a detrimental effect on your loved one, affecting both their physical and mental faculties.
For seniors, it is especially important that they eat a healthy diet that follows all restrictions prescribed by their doctor or nutritionist. Many seniors who suffer from arthritis or are undergoing a difficult medical treatment will not be able to go to the grocery store on their own. Our trained caregivers will be able to go to the grocery store for them and get any supplies your loved one may need for the home.
Maintaining a sense of independence is important for us all, not just seniors. We all value our independence and that is no less the case when it comes to people over the age of 65. We encourage independence and actively seek to include your loved one in their own senior in home care. What this means is that even though your loved one may not be able to go grocery shopping on their own, they can accompany their caregiver. This was designed to give your loved one more ownership over daily activities and it will also help them more easily receive care.
As part of our companion care program, we can also go shopping with or for your loved one for any home supplies they need, not just groceries. Our caregivers can pick up prescriptions, dry cleaning, pet food, cleaning supplies, and other home goods.
To find out more about our senior in home care, please contact our office in Reno, NV, today!
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