Help Your Loved One Maintain Independence in Old Age

old and young handsAs our loved ones get older,  the question of whether or not they need assisted living may come up. Many children consider nursing homes for their parents after diagnoses of Alzheimer’s or dementia, or after a stroke or heart attack. It can also be a topic of contention between seniors and their families. Most often, seniors prefer to maintain their independence and remain at home, but their families worry about their ability to manage on their own. Luckily there is a solution that will satisfy both seniors and their families – home health care in Bethesda, Maryland.

The Comfort of a Familiar Environment

Your home is full of memories and familiar comforts, so it makes sense that seniors would want to remain in their own homes as long as possible. With in-home care, your loved one can experience all the comforts of home, with the assistance they would get from a nursing home or assisted living center. Your loved one gets to maintain their comfort and independence, and you have the piece of mind that they are safe and well cared for by our skilled nurses.

Independence Even with a Diagnosis

Many think that a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or dementia, or a stroke or other severe medical conditions make nursing homes necessary. Fortunately, this is not the truth. Specialty Care Services specializes in providing in-home care for difficult diagnoses and a whole host of ailments. We make maintaining independence possible even in the most challenging circumstances. Call our team today to find out how personalized in-home care services can benefit your aging loved one today at 800-880-2184. We are available to answer your questions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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