Many seniors in Allegan, MI live alone and of those, a large percentage deal with feelings of loneliness and isolation. Not only do feelings of being cut off from the outside world and relationships with friends and family hurt, they can cause numerous and surprising health problems, which may include higher blood pressure, increased risk of long term or terminal illness, greater likelihood of experiencing elder abuse, increased risk of mental illness and depression and higher rates of mortality. If you believe your loved one is in danger of a reduced quality of life due to isolation, Alliance Home Health Care Services may be able to provide senior care services to help.
Our expert senior care providers will work with your loved one to make sure they are engaged every day in meaningful conversation and activities that will allow them to experience the important social element they might otherwise be missing. We work to match our caregivers to each individual client based on their unique personalities, care needs and interests, which allows our care providers to better engage with the clients they serve. Caregivers and clients often share conversation about memories, current events, likes and dislikes and much more. Seniors and caregivers can play board or card games together, take walks, visit local attractions and share in household organization. Our senior clients regularly share with our team that their care provider is not only a tremendous help in their lives, but also a close companion more like a friend or family member.
At Alliance, we work hard to provide senior care to your loved one. This is why our home care aides work so hard to stay aware of community resources in Allegan that provide opportunities for seniors to socialize outside their own homes. Our agency works with a number of community leaders and organizations including the Allegan District Library and Allegan Recreation & Aquatic Center to make sure our seniors have access to the things that may interest them. Seniors who are able to participate in activities outside the home, but cannot drive or do not wish to drive can benefit from our transportation assistance services. Their regular caregiver will happily furnish a ride to and from their activities and will ensure they arrive and return on time and safe.
If you would like more information about the senior care services we offer at Alliance, please give us a call today to learn more.
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