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Care for Disabled

Adult individuals with disabilities often have special needs that family members are unable to meet on a full-time basis. Providing care for family members is challenging, and providing care to disabled family members can be even more difficult for family caregivers. We recognize that people want their disabled loved ones to maintain a high quality of life. For this reason, our caregivers provide many in-home services, part time and full time, to fit the needs of your particular situation.

Home Care Providers at Neighborly Home Care Offer Day-to-Day Care for Disabled Individuals

We offer day-to-day care services so that your loved one can have needed supervision and assistance. Their routine can remain consistent, and they get the benefit of regular companionship. Even the most basic daily activities can serve as challenges for senior citizens and other adults with disabilities or diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, or some other form of dementia. 24-hour home care is often necessary and an ideal way to assist these individuals.

Caregiver helping adult in wheelchair | Care for Disabled individuals | Neighborly Home Care

Some of the services Neighborly Home Care offers to aid your loved ones with their daily lives and routines include:

  • Meal preparation
  • Personal hygiene
  • Dressing and other daily activities
  • Light housekeeping/laundry
  • Medication reminders
  • Companionship

Whether your child, parents, aunt, uncle, or grandparents require special attention, we want to make sure they get the proper care that they deserve in the comfort of their own space. We understand that your family member is essential to you and that you are making an important decision to bring a professional caregiver into the home to care for them instead of relying on nursing homes or other facilities.

24-Hour Care for Disabled Individuals

At Neighborly Home Care, our 24-hour home care providers can assist adults struggling with disabilities to manage daily tasks such as the following:

  • Getting out of bed in the morning
  • Getting dressed
  • Moving from room to room in the home
  • Preparing meals
  • Performing activities of daily living (ADLs) around the house

Moreover, our commitment has no timeline. Instead, we offer services at any time of the day or night because we recognize that some individuals may require more care than can be provided in only a few short hours.

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We work diligently to ensure that clients are well provided for because families deserve to have peace of mind around the clock. Knowing that someone very dear to you is well cared for and that all of their needs are being met is a big priority for the team at Neighborly Home Care. Helping loved ones maintain a healthy and active lifestyle is essential to their health and your happiness. With the promise of stability, consistency, and ease of a daily routine that is possible with consistent part time or 24-hour home care for disabled individuals, your loved one may be able to spend more time doing the things they enjoy.

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Respite Care for Disabled Individuals

Family caregivers choose to care for their disabled loved ones because they want the best care possible. They usually get a great deal of fulfillment from providing that care. However, full time caregiving, especially for someone dealing with disabilities, can take a toll on the caregiver. Respite care offers family caregivers the time they need to recharge, or to take care of their other responsibilities, spend time with their children, and even maintain some type of employment. Our respite caregivers will learn what types and level of care that you are providing so that no interruption of the individual’s care plan takes place. Family caregivers can have the comfort of knowing that their loved one is receiving proper care and companionship in their absence.

Benefits of Care for Disabled Individuals

By reaching out to a home care organization for disability care, you can help your loved ones in numerous ways. Their quality of life can significantly improve with the help of a home caregiver. Your loved ones can continue to feel included in their communities and social circles with proper care. Our care plans are flexible to meet your loved ones’ needs, giving them quality care and giving your family peace of mind.

Home Care Improves Quality of Life

Home care for disabled individuals can help them live healthy and fulfilling lives. People with disabilities may need assistance for daily tasks or routines but still deserve a sense of autonomy and the opportunity to lead a life as fulfilling as possible. Caregivers allow the means and to participate in various aspects of life, from going out to a park to feeling companionship with their friends and family.

Home Care Helps People Stay Involved in Their Communities

Staying connected in a community is important for people with disabilities, especially seniors. One significant issue disabled people face is feeling isolated. With home care services that include transportation or digital communications, your loved ones can connect with their social circle much more easily.

Home Care is Flexible and Adaptable

A home care plan allows for flexibility in various means. Each person with disabilities faces unique issues and sometimes needs unique solutions to their challenges. Our personal care services are tailored to your loved ones’ needs, composed of different types of care to provide the most effective care plan. These personalized care services allow your loved ones to live a full, rich life, while you and your family can have peace of mind knowing they are receiving the care they need.

Learn More about How We Care for Disabled Individuals

To find out more information about how Neighborly Home Care’s well-trained staff provides care for disabled individuals, how we match our reliable caregivers, or about what separates us from other home care agencies in Philadelphia and Delaware, contact a staff member by calling 610-658-5822 or exploring our site.