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5 Signs your Loved One may be in need Home Health Care

As our Loved Ones ages, it may be harder for them to perform activities of daily living on their own. From cooking, cleaning, bathing, and getting out of bed, it can be more challenging for them to complete these task that we often take for granted. At Unlimited Care 4 Home Health Care, it is our goal to inform you of all the options that your loved one has so that they can live life to the fullest and age safely and comfortably in place. Here are the top 5 signs that you may want to look out for to determine if your Loved One may need Home Health Care.

1. They are no longer able to perform daily tasks

When you begin to notice that your loved on is unable to perform traditional activities of daily living, it may be time to consider a Home Health Aide to care for your loved one. You may notice that your loved one may need help with bathing, getting out of bed, dressing, using the restroom and even feeding themselves. These tasks that we so often take for granted are important tasks to ensure that we are living a quality life. At Unlimited Care 4 Home Health Care, we provide just the right care and companionship that your loved one needs to make sure that they are living the life that they deserve in the comfort of their own home.

2. Their memory seems to be fading

As your loved one continues to age, there is a high chance that their memory will begin to fade. As this happens, they may begin to lose track of important information that ensures their safety around the house. Having an alert mind is critical when it comes to caring independently for oneself. Forgetting to take medications or how to properly take care of personal hygiene is a sign that a Love One may need Home Health Care. A Home Health Care Aide may be the perfect companion that your Loved One may need to supplement their memory loss to live in order to live a full and healthy life.

3. Their personality and behavior are changing

You may also begin to notice that your Loved One's behavior and personality may be changing. Oftentimes when this happens, your Loved One's hygiene and grooming routine may start to fade and they may begin to let go of their household. Your may also notice that their room and other areas around the house may begin to clutter and they may even withdraw from participating in activities that they used to enjoy. When this happens, it's important to be aware of all these signs and understand that these are all normal parts of aging. Thankfully, a Home Health Care Aide can help keep your loved one on track so that they can continue to live a life of pride and dignity.

4. They have difficulty with mobility

As your Loved One ages, you may notice that they have difficulty moving around the house. Getting out of bed or walking up and down the steps may also be a lot challenging for them. It can be discouraging at times to see that your once vibrate loved one who had so much energy and fullness in life, is no longer able to do things independently as they were able to do before. It's important to stay patient and empathize with them, as this can be a frustrating situation for them and you as well. With the help of a Home Health Care Aide, it is likely that the additional support will help them move freely around their home safely and comfortably.

5. They are at a higher risks for accidents

With an increased risks of memory loss, vision impairment and mobility issues, chances are that your Loved One may be more prone to accidents. You may notice that your Loved One is at an increased risk to more falls around the house. The cause of their falls may be due to weakness, cognitive problems or medication mismanagement. When falls become more frequent, you may begin to notice that your Love One is at a greater risk for injury. Whether these accident happen around the house, or outside of the home, it's important to get your loved one the help that they need.

If you believe that your loved one may be in need of Home Health Care, our team at Unlimited Care 4 Home Health Care can help. We will be your personal care team when you need someone to take over, so that you and your loved one can continue to live that quality life have have the peace of mind that you deserve.

Our Personal Care Team is standing by the phone to answer any questions that you may have related to Home Health Care. We will be able to provide you with the assurance that you need so that you can trust that your loved one is taken care of. Unlimited Care 4 Home Health Care provides Home Health Care Services for all areas in Virginia. Give us a call today to see how you may quality for low cost, affordable or even FREE Home Health Care. Call us today at (540) 318-6695

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