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Daily Companionship for Elderly Adults

Do you have an aging relative that spends most of their time alone?

Are they physically or mentally declining?

Do you find yourself spending more time tending to their needs?

Are you worried for their safety and welfare when they are home alone?

Senior Care in Birmingham AL: Daily Companionship

Senior Care in Birmingham AL: Daily Companionship

It’s hard to watch an elderly relative reach the point where they are not thriving when living at home alone. Seniors who live alone have a much higher risk of injury, accidents, and loneliness. Even if you want to spend all your time with them, the demands of a job or your own family often interfere. When it’s not appropriate for an elderly adult to be alone all day, but family members cannot be there, many people hire a senior care companion to deliver daily companionship.

Senior Care Providers are Compassionate Professionals.

Experienced and trustworthy, senior care providers are non-medical support workers that are trained in caring for seniors with physical or mental decline. Senior care providers know how to take care of whatever an aging adult needs, so they don’t feel lonely or helpless. They can help with grooming, meal planning, medication management, light housekeeping, laundry, and even pet care.

Having a senior care provider on the scene allows the elderly adult to age in place and get the non-medical care they need at the same time. Senior care providers can be scheduled for as frequently as they are needed, and elderly adults can rely on them to be on time and ready to help. As the aging adult continues to struggle with the tasks of daily living, a dedicated senior care provider can step in and assist with everything.

Daily Companionship for Seniors is Important.

Being alone isn’t good for mental or physical health. When elderly adults are on their own for long periods of time, they simply don’t do as well with self-care. They may miss meals, ignore hygiene, or be unable to do all the things they must around the house. With a senior care provider, the aging adult has a companion that can look after their needs, encourage them to get involved in the day’s events, and even accompany them to different activities.

Besides the physical care, senior care companions provide that important daily companionship. Seniors have a high risk of developing depression and anxiety and much of that stems from being isolated, worried, afraid, and frustrated. Chronic loneliness has even been linked to a decline in physical health and may hasten the onset of dementia. It also plays a part in high blood pressure, heart conditions, and a weakened immune system.

Instead of feeling lonely and ignored, elderly adults can get more involved and socialize with the senior care provider. When family caregivers want the best for their elderly loved one, they hire a senior care provider to give daily companionship services.

If you or an aging loved one are considering hiring professional senior care in Birmingham, AL, call and talk to the staff at Lipford Home Care (205) 623-5700.

Dennis and Kelly Lipford

Dennis is a graduate of Auburn University and is a U.S. Army veteran. Kelly is a graduate of the University of Alabama and is a life long resident of Birmingham.

They have three teenage children and are actively involved in their church and community – both teach high school Sunday school while Dennis coaches youth sports and Kelly leads a women’s Bible study. Dennis & Kelly personally manage the daily activities of the company.

It is their passion and commitment to providing quality and responsive service that has made their company the fastest growing home care agency in Birmingham.

They believe that being an independently owned and operated company gives them the flexibility to manage their business in a way that better serves their clients.

They understand you have a choice in care providers and they will do their utmost to earn your trust.

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