Is your loved one living in a Special Care Home? Your loved one would benefit from additional companionship and stimulation particularly if they lack regular social contact or live with chronic pain, illness, depression or dementia. If they lack appetite or ability to self-feed, a Home Instead CAREGiver can make a big difference. We help with walking, routine, exercise, outings, feeding and a variety of engaging activities (reading, games) that suit our senior client’s interests.
Are you concerned about a senior loved one living in long term care? We can help when:
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