In Home Elderly Care in Spokane, Coeur d’Alene, and Surrounding Areas
At Care To Stay Home we specialize in Senior Care. Many common senior conditions may include, Dementia, Alzheimer’s-Dementia, Parkinson’s Disease, COPD and other Heart Disease, Diabetes, Edema, Strokes, Osteoporosis, Fall Risk, Hip and Knee replacements and the list continues. As many as 20% of our Seniors have 5 or more of these critical conditions. This puts these individuals at a much higher risk for hospitalization, falls, medication error, malnutrition, dehydration and poor health than others.
It’s no wonder Care To Stay Home is Everyone’s 1st Choice In Home Care!
Only the finest, most experienced, and trusted caregivers are hand selected to work with our clients because our clients deserve the very best!
Care To Stay Home is one of the most trusted Spokane home care providers. We are an award-winning, Home Care Pulse-certified provider. This means we’ve met selective standards for client and caregiver satisfaction.
We offer a range of in-home services for seniors, including daily living care, post-surgical care, stroke recovery care, dementia and Alzheimer’s care, and respite care for loved ones.
Our caregivers are carefully selected and screened to ensure your loved ones get the high level of care they deserve.
Working with seniors—especially those living with dementia or Alzheimer’s—requires a special skill set and a desire to work with seniors. Our caregivers have both. You can rest assured that your loved one is in good hands with our compassionate, experienced team.
Home care enables seniors and those recovering from an illness or surgery to remain in the comfort of their homes. Our caregivers help with the daily tasks of living, including dressing, bathing, medication management, and more. They also provide vital companionship.
Patients who are recovering from surgery or a stroke, and those who have Parkinson’s or cognitive challenges typically need a higher level of care. We have caregivers on staff who are trained to provide a more complex level of elderly homecare.
If you are struggling to provide care for a loved one or meet other obligations, it may be time for help. Moving into a nursing home or retirement community can be an upsetting experience for seniors, and research has shown that most people prefer to remain at home in familiar surroundings.
There are many factors to consider when deciding between in-home care or care in a nursing home setting, including logistics, cost, and how your loved one feels about such a change. If you’re struggling to decide, talk with a trusted healthcare professional or social worker.
We are experts in elderly homecare, and we welcome you to contact us to learn more about why in-home care is often the preferred choice. During your in-home consultation and assessment, we will discuss which type of care makes sense for your loved one, then match you with a caregiver whose skills, experience, and personality are aligned with your loved one’s needs.
Contact our Spokane home care experts today to learn more at 509-340-1359.