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Home care v/s institutional care

Most families eventually have to deal with a complicated and heart-wrenching question: How do I know when my aging relative needs more help than the family can provide? On the one hand, there are numerous 90-year-olds living completely independent lives; on the other hand, there are lots of people in their 70s and even 60s who find they need more help from day to day.
This decision causes families grief. No adult son or daughter wants to admit that a parent, who provided life, nurturing and help to the child for so many years is now in need of care that simply can't be provided to them in return.
Does it make sense to drive back and forth between homes several times daily to make sure your loved one is eating enough nutritious meals, when a care facility would be able to feed him or her on time, every time, every day? Can you afford to take time off your job to provide the level of care that is needed? How much time, given that the situation likely won't improve? Are you even able to provide the skilled level of care that is required?
Maybe your loved one is still mostly independent, but is showing worrying signs such as forgetfulness or confusion. Are there care options available for those who don't need constant attention?

If you want to get a professional answer to the above questions then contact the nursing staff at All Nursing Health Services Inc of Vancouver BC. They can be reached 7 days a week 24 hours a day. You can also visit their website at www.Allnursing.ca and submit your questions.
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#ElderlyCare   #SeniorCare   

Home care v/s institutional care

Most families eventually have to deal with a complicated and heart-wrenching question: How do I know when my aging relative needs more help than the family can provide? On the one hand, there are numerous 90-year-olds living completely independent lives; on the other hand, there are lots of people in their 70s and even 60s who find they need more help from day to day.
This decision causes families grief. No adult son or daughter wants to admit that a parent, who provided life, nurturing and help to the child for so many years is now in need of care that simply can't be provided to them in return.
Does it make sense to drive back and forth between homes several times daily to make sure your loved one is eating enough nutritious meals, when a care facility would be able to feed him or her on time, every time, every day? Can you afford to take time off your job to provide the level of care that is needed? How much time, given that the situation likely won't improve? Are you even able to provide the skilled level of care that is required?
Maybe your loved one is still mostly independent, but is showing worrying signs such as forgetfulness or confusion. Are there care options available for those who don't need constant attention?

If you want to get a professional answer to the above questions then contact the nursing staff at All Nursing Health Services Inc of Vancouver BC. They can be reached 7 days a week 24 hours a day. You can also visit their website at www.Allnursing.ca and submit your questions.
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