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Caring for Someone with a Disability

September 12, 2017

If you are taking care of someone with a disability it can be physically and emotionally exhausting. People young and old with a disability need the support of family and friends. Being a caregiver is tough, feeling overwhelmed or stressed is normal. By not taking care of yourself, you make it so you won’t be able to help anyone else. There are a lot of other caregivers in similar situations and there are a lot of services and support to help you as the caregiver.

Services to help those with disabilities and their caregivers
Health & Comfort Home Care Agency offers many services to assist in caring for your disabled loved one.

  • Companion Care provides your loved one with safety oversight, assisting with errands, accompaniment to functions like doctor’s appointments, and interaction to avoid any loneliness.
  • Homemaker Services help your loved one with daily tasks like laundry, cleaning and other tasks around the house.
  • Personal Care Services assist your loved one with their daily care needs like bathing, dressing, prescription reminders and general safety oversight.
  • Respite Care will give you that short or long break you need, while still making sure your loved one has the care they need.

If you aren’t able to be there with your loved one all the time, or just need a break, give Health & Comfort Home Care a call to see how we can help you and your loved one.

 

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