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Yes, Home Care Support Can Improve Life for Seniors During Winter

Home Care Options for Seniors in Moorestown NJ

Home Care Options for SeniorsThe moment a senior is having difficulty getting around, it can affect every aspect of their life. You may not think about it at the time, but the smallest things can have a ripple effect. Those ripples can begin to build, sort of like storm swells on the open sea.

A person might have a little bit of difficulty getting up the last couple of steps, and really have no other difficulty throughout the day. Yet, that little bit of trouble they have, the weakness in their legs, can be a sign of things to come.

As people age, they will lose muscle. Even if they exercise regularly, they won’t be able to completely stop muscle loss.

During the winter months, things can become even more complicated. That’s because the elderly person might not see much value in doing anything or having plans to do anything at all.

That’s where home care services can play an integral role.

An experienced home care aide, somebody who has worked with other senior clients for many years, will probably understand the challenges these seniors face. This caregiver will have a pretty good idea about what other seniors face.

Some of the most common challenges elderly individuals deal with has to do with their limited mobility. They may have diminished strength, less confidence, and fewer opportunities to enjoy certain activities.

Winter months can pose incredible challenges for people with balance related issues or mobility problems. Stepping outside can often mean being exposed to a risk of slipping on ice, snow, sleet, or other winter precipitation.

So how does a home care aide improve life for seniors during winter?

The more experience a caregiver has, the more likely they ask questions of their elderly clients. They ask these questions to ascertain various areas of interest. When they have a pretty good idea what their client enjoys doing, they may be able to find activities that meet with those expectations, hopes, or desires.

For example, a senior may have an interest in art. He or she may have never really pursued this before, but a simple class at the local senior center or other community center might be something they could take part in. That home care aide, if he or she drives, may be able to bring them to this particular class. That might be something they couldn’t do otherwise.

Or, that home care aide might encourage their elderly client to check out an art gallery in town. You never know what could happen when you rely on quality care. During the winter, many seniors discover there’s still a lot to see, do, and enjoy.

If you or an aging loved one are considering home care in Moorestown, NJ, please contact the caring staff at TLC HomeCare Services today at 856-234-8700

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Patti Maltese, and Kelly McCabe

Patti is the original founding partner of TLC in 2009 and has been in the staffing industry for many years both as an Office manager, recruiter, client specialist, and sales rep. She staffed nurses for the state of NJ in state facilities and is currently a CHHA as well. She has a Bachelors Degree in Communications and oversees the daily operations of TLC. She recently graduated from the Goldman Sachs 10KSB program for business owners in Phila. and the relationships and knowledge from that program has helped her to take TLC to the next level in multiple ways. She is a mother to 2 daughters and a grandmother to 2 girls as well.She resides in Mt. Laurel and loves advocating for seniors and others less fortunate in the community.

Kelly C. McCabe is the co-owner of TLC HomeCare Services.In addition to management, marketing and sales, staffing and recruiting, Kelly holds her New Jersey producer’s license in Health and Life insurance and isalso a New Jersey Certified Home Health Aide.Kelly is the proud mother of two daughters and is a resident of Moorestown, NJ.