Home Health Care Caring for an aging parent or a loved one can take its toll on the entire family. There are times when a patient needs to consider home health care, whether it is due to being incapacitated because of surgery, injury or whether as a result of a more long-term illness. There are also cases where an elderly person needs help to administer medication, or simply needs companionship during the day. Here are a few signs that it is time to consider home health care options:

Aggression

An aging person with dementia may exhibit signs of physical or sexual aggression. If your loved one has become more aggressive, it could be time to consider a home health care service.

Symptoms of Stress

If your loved one is exhibiting signs of stress, it could be because they are no longer equipped to take care of themselves.

Home Safety

If trips and falls become common, then it is a sign that your loved one needs more help at home. Not only can their living space be revamped so they are more comfortable, but an in-home healthcare provider can help them take care of themselves better.

Wandering

People with dementia are prone to wandering. In this case, it is better to have a home health care professional keep an eye on them for their safety.

What if I Can’t Afford In-Home Care Services?

In many cases, your medical health insurance, Medicare, and/or Medicaid may cover the costs of your home health care. Your insurer will be able to let you know if in-home health care is covered in your policy. Need more information about live in care providers? Then contact Tri-Med Home Care Services today.

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