For special healthcare needs of your Parents you should use an in-home caregiver

 

Delivering many caregivers make to the care of his family dependent sometimes leads them to take on excessive risk situations and little play for his well-being and success in care. These situations and risks typically materialize in:

Assume an excessive burden of tasks and responsibilities beyond their capabilities.
No use all the available help.
Take actions and make decisions that work against your health and wellbeing.
Not perform actions for their health and wellbeing, particularly those related to disease prevention.
Neglecting the actions and strategies to be adopted in the medium and long term.
Take time off to meet the needs of our family.
Neglecting food.
Not exercising.
Neglecting and downplaying the health problems we may have.

The care we provide ourselves are as important as the care that our family needs. In fact, as we have been repeating in this guide, take care of ourselves is the best way to be prepared and to obtain and improve our ability to care properly for the needs of our family.

People who have parents that are getting up there in age and may have special healthcare needs should use an in-home caregiver to assist them around the clock.

 

WHO ARE THE CAREGIVERS OF PERSONS IN SITUATIONS OF DEPENDENCY?

Non-professional people in situations of dependency are those caregivers (family or friends) who provide a person with the necessary support unit to meet their basic needs and those needs arising from their condition of dependency.

Although all members of a family can provide the support so that the burden and responsibility is shared, it is common that there is the figure of the Primary Caregiver: that member of the family which deals mostly with family care unit, assuming a greater degree of responsibility for the care, time and effort invested in making decisions.

Usually, the support provided by carers are aimed at the realization of the basic activities of daily living, to the realization of the Instrumental Activities of Daily Living. Both types of activities are necessary for the daily development of the dependent person.

By hiring dedicated and professional Sun City Caregivers people who wish to give the best care for their parents can make it happen.

 

WHAT ARE THE ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIFE?

They are the activities we do daily or almost daily and allow us to enjoy a life in conditions of dignity enough.

They are including meeting our most basic needs like food, cleanliness and security as well as economic management, administrative, communication with others and everything that makes up the development in the context the person inhabits.

CORE

Dress
Grooming
Eat
Using the toilet and potty training
Navigate in the home

INSTRUMENTAL ACTIVITIES

Taking medication
Talking on phone
Getting around outside the home and transport
Climbing stairs
Doing household activities (cleaning, collecting, etc.)
Own money management
Visiting the doctor
Make arrangements
Buy goods needed
Interact with others