Our services enable family caregivers to continue working, enjoy time to connect with family and friends, and have peace of mind knowing that their loved one’s needs are being met. Our home care and offsite services give family caregivers a temporary break from the often exhausting day to day challenges they face. Services can be provided from 1 -24 hours/day depending on your needs.

Common Signs That You May Need Professional Care Assistance.

Many people put off getting help because the warning signs don’t happen all at once. The signs are subtle at first and slowly get worse over time. If your loved one has dementia, MS, congestive heart failure, cancer or some other condition that is adversely affecting their lifestyle, these are common signs that you may need professional care assistance:

Your Loved One is Unable to Manage Household Activities

What to look for:

  • Is the laundry piling up?
  • Is the home more cluttered or disorganized?
  • Is your loved one unable to get to the grocery store, church services, appointments, etc.?
  • Is there food in the refrigerator, have they lost weight?

Your Loved One Needs Companionship/Social Interaction

What to look for:

  • Is there isolation from friends/family or activities?
  • Are they feeling lonely?
  • Are there signs of boredom?

Your Loved One is Unable to Manage Their Own Personal Cares

What to look for:

  • Are they not bathing or showering?
  • Are they fearful of falling?
  • Has their overall appearance changed?
  • Are they unable to manage their incontinence?
  • Do they have difficulty getting around in their environment?

Your loved one is experiencing changes in memory or mental health

What to look for:

  • Are bills not being paid?
  • Are they forgetting appointments?
  • Are they forgetting to take their medications?
  • Are you or others concerned about their safety?

Your Loved One is Unable to Manage Their Own Personal Cares

What to look for:

  • Are care commitments affecting the amount and quality of your sleep?
  • Are care commitments isolating you from others or affecting your social life?
  • Are you feeling worried or overwhelmed that you’re not providing adequate care?
  • Are you feeling exhausted, depressed, or resentful?

Arise can help you get the care and help you and your loved one need.

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