Our Quality Caregivers are trained to adapt to the changing needs of the patient because no two people experience Alzheimer’s disease in the same way. As a result, there’s no one approach to caregiving. Our main goal is to improve quality of life for both the patient and the family.
At Assisting Hands Schaumburg, we recognize the hard work and dedication of our caregivers who go above and beyond to provide excellent care for our clients with our Caregiver of the Month award. For the month of April, Assisting Hands Schaumburg would like to recognize Griselda Fernandez as our Caregiver of the Month. Griselda is a CNA that has been…
The transition from the hospital setting to the familiarity of home can be effectively managed to reduce the chances of re-hospitalization. As a family caregiver, this period of time may be challenging. Fortunately, the transition back to the comforts of home from the stress of the hospital can be a smooth one when you carefully tend to these important factors.
Aging in place describes the desire to live in your own home in later life, as long as you are able. Remaining in your own home may involve social support and care services to help you live safely and independently. Ensuring your living environment has been adapted to your abilities — including necessary home modifications — is key to aging in place successfully.