Category: long term care

Making the decision to spend the remainder of your time at home provides you with a peaceful way to be surrounded by friends and family. However, depending on your condition, your home may not be suitable for someone who is ill and needs significant medical and nursing support. Caregivers who want to make their loved one as comfortable as possible have a variety of options that allow for intensive hospice care at home. These small additions to your living space can provide meaningful benefits to your loved one and caregivers alike. 

For many patients, home health care offers the best of two worlds. When you arrange for in-home care through Santé, you can remain in the comfort of your own home (or with family). You’ll also receive the daily assistance and care you need. Are you or a loved one considering arranging health care at home? Santé Home Health and Rehabilitation administrator Jay Richardson helps make the decision easier by answering a few commonly asked questions about planning for in-home health care.     

If you or your spouse are caring for an aging parent, you’re not alone. About 25% of Americans say they regularly care for an elderly parent – whether that involves giving financial assistance or help with home repairs, running errands, or personal grooming. While you may be happy to be there for your loved one, caring for an aging relative can be a difficult task. That’s why it’s crucial to take care of yourself while caring for elderly parents. We’ve provided a few self-care tips to help boost your spirits and ease the worries of providing home care.

Why are more and more people choosing in-home healthcare over long-term nursing facilities? The answer is quite simple: They desire to stay at home and maintain their independence for as long as safely possible. The benefits of staying home are broad and many: Home can be filled with fond memories. The familiar sights and sounds… Read More »