Home Health Care: Not Just for The Extremely Ill

In Home Care For Medical Downtime

In home care isn't just for the aging population or permanently disabled people. As telecommuting and working from home enables more economic opportunities for people in different situations, in home care services are becoming no different than signing up for internet service or hiring a painter--of course, with certification and performance being of the utmost importance. Here are a few scenarios to help you understand how in home care can help your situation without permanent disability or long-term illness being an issue. Read More 

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Home Health Care: Not Just for The Extremely Ill

My mother passed away recently, and my father had a much more difficult time accepting her passing than we expected. He refused to talk to anyone about his feelings or allow anyone to visit to help him around the house. He soon caught the flu, and he finally agreed to allow us to have someone to help him around the house temporarily. To our surprise, the home health care aide we had help him said that while he was quiet during her first visit, he soon began chatting with her a lot and even shared his feelings about our mother! I decided to create a blog to share my story and inspire other children of parents who aren't ill, yet need a little help, to not be afraid to offer it to their parents. You may be surprised when they are actually happy to have it!

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