As we age, a big part of happiness depends on being comfortable and cared for at home. Home is where memories are still being created.
Too often, with age comes isolation and loneliness. Most elders prefer to remain in their own homes as they age, but one of the risks is lack of social interaction.
As we mature, our needs change. Our personal care can mean the difference between remaining at home and moving to a care facility.
The transition from a hospital or skilled nursing facility can be confusing. Rehabilitation instructions, prescriptions to fill and follow-up appointments to make are just a few of the many tasks.
Peace of mind. It’s so often an elusive dream for people with elderly parents—and for elderly people themselves. That’s why ADL Homecare offers 24-hour home care, also known as live-in care.
Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care
If your loved one has Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia, you’re not alone. Our in-home Dementia and Alzheimer’s care can help.
As you wind down in life, you may need someone in your home around-the-clock for total peace of mind. The support our end-of-life care team delivers is a constant source of comfort.
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