Finding A Compassionate Caregiver: 3 Reasons Why You Don’t Need To Wait

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Many people think that they need to wait until they’re no longer able to take care of an aging loved one before they consider hiring an in-home health care provider. Fortunately, that’s not the case! There are many reasons not to postpone finding a compassionate caregiver for your loved one.

  1. Improve Relationships by Preventing Burnout

According to the Family Caregiver Alliance, primary caregivers spend upwards of 20 hours per week focusing on caregiving tasks. Over time, this can lead to burnout which can make it much more difficult to maintain positive relationships. An in-home caregiver can give primary caregivers and loved ones the chance to attend to their own personal health and wellbeing and recuperate from the stress of their caregiving responsibilities.

  1. Adapt to Changing Ability Levels

Professional caregivers are another set of eyes to help families see changes that need to be made to the home environment or care routine. Through their special training, they may also be able to implement techniques that make daily tasks safer or easier to accomplish making it much easier to maintain a loved one’s well-being in the long-run.

  1. Take Time to Find a Good Match

It’s hard to think clearly about finding a caregiver who “fits” with your family in an emergency situation or when you’re exhausted, burned out and desperate for help. Instead of waiting until your responsibilities become too much of a burden, it’s helpful to begin the process of finding an in-home caregiver early. This will give you the chance to bring the caregiver into your life gradually and on your own terms.

At David York Agency, we are committed to providing the best in-home care services. We like to consider our clients family, and it shows in the personalized, compassionate care our professionals provide. Although choosing a home health care provider can feel like a big decision, you’ll ultimately be glad that you made the choice.

For more information about David York Agency’s qualified, compassionate home caregivers, contact us at 718.376.7755. A free consultation can help you decide what services might be best to provide you and your loved one with the assistance they need. If you’d like to hear more from us, please like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn.

We’ll Be There When You Can’t Be

Nearly one in every four Americans is caring for an older adult, usually a parent. While many try to do this on their own, the task can be daunting and the stress can be immense. What if your aging parent doesn’t live in your town? What if you have a full time job? Who will care for your parent then?

A Healthy Solution

companionshipFinding an agency that provides in-home healthcare and home healthcare services can be a lifesaving alternative to caring for an aging parent relieving stress and worry for family caregivers. Our home health aides will monitor their diet by preparing healthy meals or go grocery shopping with or for your parent. A home health aide can also maintain your parent’s calendar and make sure they make it to important appointments and escort them too. An in-home health aide can provide the healthy interaction and activity that are vital for seniors by participating in your parent’s daily life by reading to them, playing games or cards and discussing the news of the day.

At David York Agency, we can be there when you can’t be with skilled home health aide services for the elderly in their home. We are fully acquainted with all factors related to eldercare services and always available to set up a senior homecare plan taking the whole patient into account. We are licensed by the New York State Department. We are located in Brooklyn, NY and our home health aides service the Bronx, Staten Island, Manhattan, Queens, Nassau and Brooklyn. We would be happy to discuss your case with you. Please call us at (718) 376-7755 or visit our website to learn more about how our home health aides can help your family. You can also like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn.