Ensuring the safety and security of your loved one in an elder home care setting is of utmost importance. Taking proactive steps to create an ideal living environment is key to aging safely at home. Washing your hands regularly, wearing a mask, and following the center's guidelines are essential to keep your loved one safe. If they resist changes, be patient and explain why these measures are so important.
A few changes can make them happier and healthier for longer. Caregivers, such as adult children and spouses, can also protect their homes by enlisting the assistance of professional caregivers, like WelbeHealth, a PACE provider. Laura has seen firsthand how coordinated, quality care can make a big difference in the lives of older people. Making adjustments at home and enlisting the help of older people at home can allow your loved one to stay in their home safely for as long as possible and provide valuable support as a caregiver. Megan has been providing care in various settings for the past 15 years, including clinics, telehealth, home care, and skilled nursing facilities. Amy has extensive experience in Medicare, Medicaid, long-term care, and commercial healthcare and managed care.
Dixie has provided care for older people in many settings, such as homes, hospitals, trauma units, nursing homes, and assisted living facilities. He has seen the positive impact that coordinated care can have on older people and is proud to offer it as part of the WelbeHealth team. Sepideh Chegini studied medicine and recognized that her life's mission is to care for both body and mind, offering comprehensive, patient-centered care. Robert is an experienced leader in managed care and was recently CEO of On Lok, the creator of the PACE model of care. Older people and their caregivers can benefit from new and innovative devices and appliances that can enable older people to live safely in their homes.