Signs That Your Aging Loved One May Need Overnight Care:
It can be difficult to know when it’s time to provide your loved-one with overnight care. You want to be respectful of their independence, but you also don’t want to risk them being alone when they need help. It might be time for overnight monitoring if your loved-one is prone to wandering-off, or has started forgetting to do important tasks. like locking the door or turning off the oven. If he or she has limited mobility or must adhere to a strict overnight medication schedule, they may benefit from overnight care. And, if you, as a caregiver, could use the extra assistance, both you and your loved one will benefit from the extra peace of mind of overnight care.
Intermittent and Constant Monitoring:
We recognize that no two families have the exact same needs. We’ll work closely with you to understand your loved-ones needs and wishes when it comes to overnight care. We offer both intermittent monitoring and constant monitoring so that your loved-one is being checked-on at a frequency that works for you to ensure safety and comfort. Your family will be able to rest easy knowing that your special senior family member will never be spending the night alone. Our kind and compassionate caregivers will assist with repositioning, toileting, and incontinence care, as needed. In addition to overnight care, our caregivers can provide companionship and daytime personal care services that allow your loved-one to maintain a sense of independence, dignity, and a high quality of life.
Fill out our contact form or call MasterPeace Home Health Care at (508) 758-3066 to learn about our overnight care services.
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