Life is full of changes and new beginnings: starting school or a new job, your first day as a married couple, becoming a new parent or grandparent, moving to a new home or downsizing to a simpler lifestyle.
Choosing a home care service provider can be an overwhelming process, and there are often many options to choose from. “The goal of home care is to keep individuals thriving in the comfort of their own home with the support necessary to remain independent while honoring their dignity,” Kathleen Noll, Masonic Village Home Care manager, said.
There are certain steps you can take if you want to manage these feelings of guilt and be able to allow other caregivers to take over for a night. Below are four steps that will help you examine your feelings of guilt and resolve them in a healthy way.
It can be hard to watch a loved one lose their independence. Whether they’re recovering from a hospitalization or just experiencing an overall decline in mobility, your loved one can still remain as self-sufficient as possible with your help.