At Home Elder Care Services & Our Interactive Caregiving Philosophy in Annapolis, MD
This approach to our at home elder care services is what makes Comfort Keepers an industry leader
When it comes to providing your loved ones with at home elder care services, we do beyond simply supporting their daily living needs. These are important, but so is your loved one’s safety, health, and happiness. In addition to giving them a voice in their care and tailoring a services plan to their exact needs, we also create an Interactive Caregiving plan. This plan aims to help your loved one achieve good health, a sound body, and a clear mind.
As the body ages, it becomes more susceptible to diseases, disorders, and other senior medical conditions. Our in home caregivers can make sure your loved one is meeting their nutritional requirements by going grocery shopping, preparing, and sharing meals with them.
A Strong Body
As time wears on your body does too. Including low-impact exercises into your senior’s at home elder care services routine can do wonders! Along with improving blood flow and digestion, your loved one can build stronger joints as well as a core. This can help prevent or lessen the effects of common senior conditions such as heart disease, arthritis, or COPD. A strong core can also help to lessen harmful falls.
A Clear Mind
In addition to physical activity seniors must also engage themselves mentally every day to stay healthy. This is why companionship is part of our core at home elder care services. However, this is more than just fun conversation. Our in home caregivers can play fun games, taking your senior out around the town, or engage in fun activities such as gardening or dancing. Keeping the mind moving can in turn help to prevent dementia related disease such as Alzheimer’s.
Interactive Caregiving can be incorporated into your loved one’s routine in a number of ways, it all depends on their needs and interests. Studies show time and time again that keeping the body and mind active can increase the quality of life in individuals over the age of 65. Help your senior meet their daily needs in a way that promotes their wellbeing.
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