Those who provide caregiving services to others, whether it is after surgery, an illness or fall, or due to aging, occasionally need professional help along the way.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates about 815,000 people nationally are employed in the home health care field, covering numerous areas such as home health care services, individual and family services, continuing care retirement communities, skilled nursing facilities and more.
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But where do you go for advice on caregiving and the issues that come with it? Sure, Next Day Access can help with portable showers, stair lifts, ramps and grab bars, but those are features added to the home to ease physical limitations, facilitate bathing and handle transport issues. What about the actual day-to-day stresses, the difficulties both physical and emotional?
From installing a grab bar to using a transfer bench in a bathtub, you can make your home a safer place to be — especially as you get older.
According to an AARP study on aging in place, nearly 90 percent of people over 65 want to stay in their home for as long as possible, and 80 percent believe that their current residence is where they will always live.
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