Owner of Home Instead Senior Care Hamilton
Technology has come a long way from the old cell phones that rivaled bricks with antennas. Today’s smartphones keep you in touch with family, pay bills, check your bank balance, and let you catch up on your favourite television show while still fitting in your pocket. Not every generation is up to speed with the pace of technology and electronic gadgets. For many seniors, smartphones, smart home devices, and smart televisions can be overwhelming. It can be hard to see how technology and senior care can work together. The good news is that they can! The better news is that companies realize this and are stepping up to help families and the elderly.
Live independently at home by adopting new technologies and getting the help of a caregiving team like you will find at Home Instead Senior Care Hamilton. We offer a variety of levels of assistance to help you or your loved ones take charge of these Golden Years. Look to us for companionship services, personal care, meals, transportation, and household duties.
You have blazed new trails over the decades. You’ve seen the first man walk on the moon and witnessed the travesty of Vietnam. Instead of shunning the unknown, embrace it so that you can stay put in your home for many years to come. At Home Instead Senior Care, we want to assist you in any way we can.
Here are 3 areas of technology that can get you closer to your goal of aging in place:
Take advantage of technology to keep yourself or an aging family member as independent as possible. When you seek additional support from the team at Home Instead Senior Care, our highly trained staff and PSWs give you the extra boost of confidence you need to succeed. Keep your elderly parent or family member at home with a variety of home care services and resources we provide.
Call us at (905) 521-5500 to schedule a no-obligation in-home consultation. Learn more about the compassionate, quality senior care for seniors we deliver each day to families in our Hamilton community.
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