Service for the Elderly and Disabled

Technology and services from a disability services office can be helpful for improving those with disabilities. People with disabilities may have disabilities related to their motor skills, mobility, or even cognitive abilities. Support and resources provided by the right professionals can help overcome all of these challenges.

Adults need more care as they age in order to keep their health in check and to maintain daily tasks. Providing quality, dignified care for elderly parents can be challenging for children. Some adult children find themselves unable to provide adequate care for their aging parents at home, but they are reluctant to admit their parents to nursing homes. The elderly have plenty of options available to them that will help them stay safe and independent while staying healthy.

Home health care

As its name suggests, homecare refers to the care seniors receive at home from professionals. A nurse or in-home care professional can visit the resident once a week or seven days a week and help with medication reminders, meal preparation, dressing, and washing in addition to cleaning up the house at times. This way, the senior resident can live independently in their own home without worrying about being alone or living on their own. Additionally, it is possible to avail of homecare services if you are not elderly but recovering after surgery or if you are pregnant.

Facilities that provide assisted living

Elderly residential living facilities provide basic necessities such as meals, laundry and cleaning services, medication reminders, and outings to the elderly so that they are able to live independently for as long as possible. These nursing homes allow elders to live independently in their own private apartments, with staff making weekly visits to assist with daily tasks. These residents can attend social events like mixers, fitness classes, trips, and other activities at the assisted living community.

Care as a hospice patient

Those who are diagnosed with a terminal illness want to provide to their loved ones the highest quality of care in their final days, as well as to the persons who are no longer able to care for them. Those working in hospice care strive to make patients’ last weeks or months as comfortable as possible. Medical professionals help patients maintain dignity in the last days of their lives by providing medication, emotional and spiritual support. Hospitals and hospice facilities provide hospice care, as well as caring for patients at home.

You may find it beneficial to take time to discuss one’s personal medical history extensively, depending on your circumstances. Priorities and goals should also be identified. A person’s priorities may differ from others, but many pathways can improve the quality of life. Talk to a therapist about the values you hold dear, especially if a particular job or form of independence is most important to you.

We provide aging and disability services to assist those in need of medical and home care around the clock, as well as on an occasional basis, so that they can remain independent while maintaining their health.