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January 07, 2019

How Geriatric Care Management Can Improve Your Aging Parents' Lives

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Approximately 80% of seniors suffer from at least one chronic disease and 68% have at least two or more serious illnesses. If your aging parents are struggling with any kind of chronic disease, whether it be Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, it can be extremely stressful and difficult on your entire family.

Since you likely have bills to pay, a career to focus on, and children of your own to take care of, caring for your elderly loved ones as often as they need isn’t always a feasible option. That’s where geriatric care management comes into play.

There are home care services available for seniors that will give you peace of mind knowing your aging parent is being taken care of at all times, from the comfort of their own home.

With home care services, it's not like you won't be able to visit your elderly father or aging mother. You certainly can stop by whenever you want and spend time with them. However, during those busy weekends when you're running around getting groceries for your family, taking your kids to soccer practice, and preparing for next week's big office presentation -- there simply isn't enough time in the day to visit your elderly parents and help them with everything they need.

Geriatric care management services can help your parent or parents with virtually every aspect of their life. Additionally, even regular companionship can help boost your parents' quality of life. Everyone needs a friend and some quality conversation in their life; but it's not always an option for people in their late 60s, 70s, or 80s. Home care service professionals will be there for your elderly parent every step of the way, offering compassion, medical care, and all kinds of assistance.

Having these major life conversations and making these kinds of decisions can be extremely difficult, but they are essential in order to ensure a strong quality of life for your aging parents. If you want to learn more about geriatric care management, end of life comfort care, and other forms of quality elderly assistance, contact Fedelta Home Care right away.