Home health care can be a challenge. Caregivers, seniors living alone, people with disabilities and those recovering from injuries or surgery can all need help with medical care and household tasks. Home health aides are trained to handle all of these tasks as well as emergency readiness. By providing support and respite care, they can help to improve the quality of life for everyone in the household.
Giving caregivers a hand
Caring for elderly parents or special needs children can be exhausting, taking a toll on the caregivers and affecting the quality for life for everyone in the household. Most caregivers are balancing elderly care with full time work and other responsibilities. Families with special needs children can face similar challenges. As many as 5.4% of all children of school age in the U.S. have one or mo