Age can bring enormous daily challenges for older adults. Arthritis can get so bad that bathing or dressing without help becomes impossible. Fading eyesight can make it dangerous to drive to the grocery store or a doctor’s appointment. Relying on a cane, walker or wheelchair makes cleaning the house or cooking a meal a slow and painful ordeal.
It’s reassuring to know that our live in caregivers can make it possible for your aging parents to live as independently as possible in their own home. Whether your parent needs personal or memory care services, basic housekeeping or companionship or around the clock care, BellaCare Inc. will create a customized care plan for your loved one’s unique needs. We also recognize that your parents’ needs evolve over time, and we are here to reevaluate their needs every step of the way to maximize their freedom and quality of life.
You may be unaware of your aging loved one’s needs because senior parents often don’t want to complain or admit they can’t take care of themselves anymore. No one wants to lose their independence or become a burden to their children. Perhaps most of all, seniors want to live out their days where they feel most comfortable: in their own home.
Caregiving is not easy for anyone. If you don’t live near your aging parent, you may wonder if what you’re doing is enough to oversee your loved one’s care.
When your aging or disabled loved one lives in a clean and organized home, they enjoy greater feelings of wellbeing—and even good health.
BellaCare provides compassionate, non-medical, emotional, and spiritual care for patients diagnosed with a life-limiting illness and a life expectancy of less than six months.
Traveling can be stressful no matter who you are. Being in new surroundings, different schedule, different food, and different customs and languages can present challenges.
Everyday activities you take for granted—such as bathing, eating or dressing—may be too difficult for your aging parent or disabled family member.
Did you know that recent research reveals there’s a surprisingly strong link between social needs and health—even longevity?
Everyone needs a break. Respite care provides caregivers a temporary rest from caregiving, while your loved one continues to receive care in a safe environment. Using respite services can support and strengthen your ability to be a caregiver.
As your parent ages, he or she may lose interest in food. If your mother or father lives alone, mealtimes may be lonely.
For people with a disability, non-medical home care can be an important part of independent living.
BellaCare Coaches are there to help maintain your loved one’s dignity and independence. We feel it’s essential to find ways to ease the emotional frustrations that come with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia-related disorders.
Recovery & Rehabilitation
BellaCare can help with things like meal preparation, transportation and accompaniment to doctor’s or physical therapy appointments, and housekeeping so you can rest and recover.