Are you aware more than 65 million Americans are responsible for not only the demands of work, children and home are also caring for someone who is aging, ill or disabled? For most, managing all of these tasks feels overwhelming and takes away from their personal enjoyment of life. Because of this, family members and friends are experiencing what many understand as feeling “burnt out” – in a state of emotional, physical and mental exhaustion. When families or friends are trying to provide an individual with more care they are able to handle, in-home care is a viable option.

Benefits of home health care infographic.

Is it time your loved one receives professional care in the comfort of their own home?

To us, caring for your loved one goes beyond surface level tasks. When we provide your loved one with in-home care, you’ll soon realize our professional caregivers are great at what they do for one reason: They genuinely care! However, understanding your loved one may need a little extra help at home can be confusing. To help you better understand if your loved one may benefit from our in-home care, ask yourself the following:

Does my loved one…


  • Overlook tasks that pose a safety concern?
  • Feel confused, forgetful or lost?
  • Miss appointments?
  • Struggle to buy food and/or pay bills?
  • Forget to take or mix up medications?dreamstime_xxl_3016268

Emotional and Social

  • Feel depressed or lonely?
  • Feel stressed or frustrated?
  • Show less interest in activities they used to enjoy?
  • Avoid social interaction and people?

Medical and Physical

  • Have trouble maintaining their household?
  • Have trouble dressing, bathing, eating or walking?
  • Avoid social interaction and people?
  • Notice a change in eating habits?
  • Bruise easily or fall more often?
  • Need additionally personal care?
  • Need additional medical attention?
  • Need daily treatments, such as IV therapy or dialysis?
  • Use medical equipment, such as an oxygen tank?

Is it time you relieve yourself of the duties you’ve been providing for your loved one?

There are many different signs your loved one may benefit from a caregiver in the comfort of their own home. Our goal is to provide your loved one with the care and quality of life they deserve. At times it can be hard to put yourself in the position of being your loved one’s primary care provider; let us help. If you, as a caregiver, are feeling any of the following, it may be time to discuss potential care plans with our caregivers:

As a caregiver, do you feel…

  • Anxious about facing another day with your loved one?
  • Angry about the situation at hand?
  • Exhausted with sleepless nights because of concerns about your loved one?
  • Physically and/or mentally drained?
  • Irritable?
  • Rushed because you don’t have much time for yourself?
  • Sad your loved one needs as much care as they do?
  • Uncomfortable caring for your loved one?
  • Defensive about your loved one’s condition around others?

If you have answered “yes” to any of these questions, it may be time for you to call the home health care professionals in Naples. To learn more about our home health care services, feel free to set up a consultation online, or to give us a call at 239-243-5927.

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