Rockville, MD, August 12, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Comfort Home Care, a Maryland in home care agency, recently released a blog discussing what to expect from in home care services. As your loved one reaches a new stage in life, in home care services can help both of you retain your independence.
People receiving in home care typically receive assistance in what are known as activities of daily living. These include dressing, bathing, toileting, and eating. In home care can also include help with light cleaning, the preparation of healthy meals, and exercise. A licensed nurse will assist your loved one with these activities each day, either for the entire day or for specified hours. With this assistance, your loved one can enjoy living in their own home while receiving the care they need to remain healthy.
Caretakers can also benefit from in home care services. While a licensed nurse is caring for your loved one, you will be able to get some needed rest or catch up on other responsibilities. Many caregivers find themselves overwhelmed when it comes to balancing their personal lives and caring for their loved one, and this time to yourself can be essential in helping you recharge. You may also benefit from the professional experience and advice of your in home caregiver. The nurse may be able to assist you by answering questions, providing guidance, and sharing their professional experience. This may help you provide better care for your loved one when the nurse is not assisting.
In home care also allows your loved one to receive personalized, one on one attention in the comfort of their own home instead of moving into a nursing home, which can make all the difference as they age. Comfort Home Care's licensed nurses and caregivers can create a customized plan for your loved one to help them thrive and give you the time and resources you need to be successful as well. To schedule a free consultation to discuss your loved one's needs, contact Comfort Home Care at 301-984-7681 or online at https://www.choosecomforthome.com/. The agency is headquartered at 121 Congressional Lane, Suite 201, Rockville, MD 20852.