At – Home Family (Paid) HealthCare Services
Those who are aging into their eighties and nineties, and some younger boomers with medical conditions, share needs such as assisted transportation, help with doctor’s visits, grocery shopping. As independence decreases, it’s no secret that activities of daily living requirements (ADLs) increase.
It is not smart business to expect working family members to do Para professional healthcare or more than 5 hours of ADLs per week when they already have paid jobs. Many government agencies offer targeted, paid programs for hands – on support. (Specific agencies and benefits vary by state and community. It is time for Smart And Caring At- Home ADL Solutions.