Care in Assisted Living Facilities
When we move our loved ones into an assisted care facility, it can be a scary time. We wonder if they will be able to get the care they need, if they will make connections with the other people there, and above all, if they will be happy there. Well, our team are here to help with it all. We provide care for the elderly that need more attention than the facility is able to provide, making sure your loved one never has to go without. Here we discuss a few of the areas our team help to make your loved one more comfortable in an assisted care facility.
Filling in the Spaces
Aged care facilities offer great care for our elderly, but they have to spread their time between many of the residents living there. If you want to make sure that your loved one is getting additional, individual and personalized care, our team are here to help. We assist by filling in the gaps and providing the extra detailed level of care that the facility workers simply don’t have the time to do. We fill in the spaces with additional care and compassion, making sure that your loved one doesn’t lack in any of their care requirements.
When your loved one is being cared for by one of our professionals at Rhode Island Home Care Services, they won’t just have a personal carer, but they will also have a trusted companion. Our team love working with the elderly. Hearing about the stories throughout their life, discovering the person they are, and what has shaped them into that person. We also help to provide them support to help them happy and enjoying their time at their new living quarters.
Living in an aged care facility can be great for senior citizens, as they get to be surrounded by a group of other people in the same stage of life as them. It can be a great place for them to start socializing, and getting out of their bubble again to let their personality shine through. Our carers help our clients transitioning into this new life, rediscovering their personality around their peers. We help to encourage interaction and make the transition into a care facility easier for your loved one. This is where we get to watch them thrive, and it is one of the favorite parts of the work we do.
The term elderly care can incorporate so many different things. Some of our elderly clients are exceptionally independent and like to have us there for companionship and occasional help when they are unable to do things easily. Alternatively, some of our other clients suffer from body deterioration and illness that make is exceptionally difficult for them to do anything on their own, including eating and washing. We are here to help with it all, transitioning with our clients through the different stages of aging.