Is Your Senior - your Mom or Dad or another relative - reaching that stage in life where you're questioning whether or not they should continue to live on their own?
Here are some of the signs:
Your Senior has a few unexplained bruises, probably from stumbling or falling.
You notice that their personal hygiene is starting to decline.
They seem to be losing weight, so perhaps they are not eating regularly.
Based on a pill count, you realize they aren't taking all of their medications as instructed.
Is Your Senior Safe at Home?
Making good decisions for Mom or Dad can be difficult. There's a lot of information that can be confusing and overwhelming.
This book is intended to explain your options, and help you make the very best decisions. It's an overview, and is intended to help you be an informed consumer as you reach out to various professionals.
My team and I also want to help.
Go to: SafeatHomeHealthCare.com where you'll find resources, helpful evaluations, and most of all - access to our compassionate team.
Our mission is to help your aging parents live happy, healthy lives.
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About the Author
He's a licensed Physical Therapist (PT), and has over 24 years experience as a health care professional.
After being a traveling Physical Therapist working in many different settings across the country, Kurt decided to become an "independent contractor" and took on assignments from several different home health care agencies (and this is one of the many reasons Kurt understands both home health care and home care from every perspective).
That's what prompted Kurt to launch Safe at Home Healthcare - a highly successful home care agency servicing the western suburbs of Chicago.
Kurt is a husband and proud father of three kids - he wants to give his kids choices as they grow up, never miss any of their events and to leave a legacy his family will be proud of.
He quickly learned his agency was the perfect business for him, because he can impact so many lives.
I can make sure more elderly people are getting the care they need.
I can take the pressure off their adult children who are often their caregivers, so they don't have to miss a lot of work time (and income), and they can have peace of mind that their parent(s) are being assisted and monitored properly.
I can help more home caregivers, like Victoria, find decent paying jobs, doing work that is truly fulfilling.
Kurt kept his agency small, on purpose. For the past 18 years he's operated without additional office employees, and out of his home office. He has serviced a very limited number of clients because he is so committed to providing a genuine, authentic, and highly personalized level of service. (Check out the comments from his clients at the beginning of this book!)
But now, with the help of some incredible people that Kurt has personally trained, he's expanding Safe at Home Health Care.
He's also launching a new program to help Home Care Agencies around the country learn how to build or expand their home care agencies, too.
As Kurt explains it, "I'm passionate about making a difference in peoples' lives."
If you have a Senior in your life, who may need some assistance, Kurt and his team would love to make sure you get the right level of service, and you connect with an agency that, like Kurt, operates with the very highest level of care and integrity.
Go to: SafeatHomeHealthCare.com to connect with Kurt or one of his personally trained team members.