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Home Caregivers Assist More Than Just The Elderly

by Amy, November 07, 2014

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At Care Indeed, we understand that those who are aging aren't the only ones who need assistance occasionally. We are proud to provide lifestyle assistance, care that is customized to your unique needs or the needs of a recovering or disabled loved one.

Family members of those who are disabled or who have had surgery or other procedures that call for post-operative care often lead busy lives. Whether you live a great distance away, or have a career and family that requires most of your attention, adult children often just don't have the time or resources to commit to a family member in need.

Many disabled individuals live on their own; after all, no one wants to lose his or her independence, and living on your own terms in surroundings you enjoy provides a certain quality of life. Whether you need disability assistance or care following surgery, our San Francisco caregivers can take care of a wide array of tasks, making your loved one's life easier and less stressful. Some of the tasks we help those who are disabled with include:

  • Shopping for food and meal preparation
  • Light housekeeping (dusting, vacuuming, mopping)
  • Medication management assistance
  • Helping with pet care
  • Bathing, dressing, and overall hygiene
  • Companionship or hospital sitting
  • Aiding with reading, or tucking in at bedtime

We also understand the importance of helping those who are recovering or disabled with emotional well-being. A positive outlook makes all of the difference in a person's satisfaction with life, and especially healing from surgery or a serious medical condition.

At Care Indeed, our job is taking care of those who cannot take care of themselves, or who need a little bit of assistance every now and then in order to remain independent. Regardless of age, everyone is happiest when they can live in their own home in familiar surroundings. If your loved one is disabled, has had surgery, or even has dementia or Alzheimer's, we can help. Give us a call today, and rest at ease knowing your loved one is getting assistance from compassionate home caregivers who truly care.