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What is Private Care?

Most people dream of living out their golden years in the comfort of their own homes. However, as one ages, they often realize that dream may not be as easy to achieve as they initially expected. Things that used to be simple—like cooking, cleaning, and bathing—take a great deal more energy than they used to.

When these issues arise, many believe they have to say goodbye to their homes—but that’s not necessarily the case. Private in-home care can bridge the gaps you can no longer fill within your care needs.

What is private in-home care?

Private in-home care is living assistance provided by trained caregivers. It is designed to help seniors with activities of daily living, or ADLs. It is non-medical, which denotes that home care workers cannot help with the administration of medicine or other medical services. Private in-home care is not covered by Medicaid.

Our staff can assist with a number of other tasks, however– bathing, dressing, meal preparation, companionship, and more can all be provided during private in-home care. This allows you to focus on what is most important to you throughout the remainder of your life.

How do I know if I need private care?

The best way to determine whether or not you need private care is to ask yourself this question: can I manage all of my personal care needs? It might be a difficult question to answer at first. You’ll have to take a step back and objectively think about your needs.

Do you struggle with bathing and dressing? Has running errands grown to be a challenge for you? Has cooking become more of a tiring chore than a joy, leading you to skip meals? Are you able to maintain your home? Do you forget to pay bills or respond to other important documents?

If you answered “yes” to any combination of the questions above, it might be time to enlist the help of a professional in-home worker. If you’re in the Phoenix area, we can help you live a comfortable life.

What can Homecare Arizona do for me?

At Homecare Arizona, we understand that no two seniors are alike. The amount of care you require might differ from that of a friend, and that’s okay. As a result, we create a personalized care plan for each client.

Our private care workers can:

  • Personal care: bathing, grooming, and toileting
  • Homemaker Services: light housekeeping, cooking, grocery shopping, and running errands
  • Companionship: keeping you engaged and socially active through conversation and activities
  • Meal preparation: help with making healthy, delicious recipes and with cleanup after
  • Cognitive Care: we can assist with activities that help maintain and improve their cognitive skills
  • Respite care: if you’re a caregiver, our in-home care workers can help relieve some burdens that come with the job.

No matter what type of care you require, whether long-term or short-term, our staff will be passionate and sympathetic to you and your needs. After more than 25 years of providing home care services to seniors in the Chicagoland area, we are happy to offer the surrounding areas of Peoria, Arizona high-quality senior care.

With private home care, you can remain independent. Contact us at (623) 526-6367 to learn more about whether or not our private care option is right for you.

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You have come to the right place if you are looking for in-home care for elderly loved ones or yourself in the Phoenix area. Our team of experts provides quality services to senior citizens in the comfort of their own homes. We understand that each individual is unique. We have a vast team of experts carefully detailing every care plan with years of experience-backed care knowledge.

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