Aging in place is completely workable for your elderly loved one, especially if you consider what types of help she might need in order to allow that to happen. Putting together the right combination of services may be all it takes.

Lawn and Home Maintenance

Keeping up with the lawn and with household repairs might be too much for your loved one to handle on her own. If she doesn’t already have someone lined up to help with that, you may need to manage that outsourcing for her. Finding someone reliable will help you to be able to leave that in that person’s hands.

Help with Housework

Housework is another issue that can wear your elderly loved one down. If you or other family members can help with this problem, you can try trading off these duties. Otherwise, hiring someone specifically to handle your loved one’s housework frees both of you up for other concerns.

Transportation Assistance

If your loved one isn’t able to continue to drive herself to appointments and errands, that doesn’t mean that she has to stay at home. Elderly care providers, other family members, and even public transport options are all some solutions that you might want to consider.

Meal Preparation and Cooking

Cooking for one person might be something that your loved one finds exhausting. It’s especially troublesome if she needs to stick with a specific way of eating in order to manage her health conditions. You can look for a variety of solutions ranging from signing family members up for cooking time to hiring someone who can help with meal preparation.

Personal Care Help

At some point, your loved one may need even more help with bathing, dressing, and other personal care tasks. Hiring home care providers is an excellent way to ensure that your loved one has help when she needs it and that she’s able to continue to stay in her own home, where she wants to be.

While you’re probably the first choice for this help as your loved one’s primary caregiver, don’t forget that elderly care providers can help out with these types of activities as well.

If you or an aging loved one are considering elderly care in Coon Rapids, MN, and the surrounding areas, please contact the friendly staff at CareBuilders at Home Minnesota. Call today 612-260-2273.