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Care Options for Seniors at Home

Most older people, if not all, would rather stay in their own homes as long as possible than move in with a relative or go to a senior living community.

In-home care services can help someone who is getting older and needs help to live on their own, like taking care of chronic health problems, getting better after a medical setback, or dealing with special needs or a disability.

Home care in Orlando, Florida, has nurses, aides, and therapists who can provide short-term or long-term care in the home, depending on what each person needs.

When considering these services, the first step is to find out how the duties and responsibilities of a caregiver differ between non-medical home care and home health care.

Home health care is often short-term and is given to seniors who need it as part of their treatment or recovery while they are at home.

Home health care is a type of medical care that can also be called clinical care or skilled care. Physical, occupational, and speech-language therapists, as well as registered nurses (RNs) and licensed practical nurses (LPNs), can be sent out at any time.

Non-medical in-home care is supportive care that does not require medical knowledge. It is given by senior care aides because it does not require medical skills.

Companionship, homemaker services, respite care, unskilled care, and personal care services are all under this type of home-based care.

If you have decided to get live-in care in Floridacontact us at Elite Care Home Health Agency LLC and find your options. 

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