Managing a loved one's care doesn't just take a village. Sometimes it requires advanced research skills and a master's degree in organizational development too. If you have managed care of any kind for an aging parent, you know what I am talking about. It is heartwarming when friends and family offer support. There are many resources available to you online as well. Consider these ideas to help you find the senior care you need online.
1-Get local in-home help. Does your parent need at home assistance for chores such as laundry, meal prep to plain old companionship? That is where personal care service comes into play. Give us a call at ATLANTIC HOME STAFFING to find out more.
2-Save time with home delivery. Meals and medications can both be delivered directly to the home now. Also, many major grocery chains will also shop and deliver.
Remember to take care of yourself. Stressing out about things that you cannot control is not good for you mentally or physically.
Gayle Holmes, Marketing Director
ATLANTIC HOME STAFFING