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More Care & Better Care for Seniors


August 25, 2011

Paid In-Home Care: More Care & Better Care for Seniors (PDF 1 MB)

Recent academic research commissioned by Home Instead Senior Care uncovered an association between the use of paid in-home non-medical care and a lower number of visits to doctors by care recipients. The reason for this may be that the use of paid in-home non-medical care results in more hours of care – and presumably better care – for older adults. What's more, the benefits of paid in-home non-medical care extend not just to seniors, but also to the people who most often are caring for them: their family members and friends.

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  1. September 26, 2015 at 5:06 pm | Posted by Jennifer Stewart

    My mother Frances Mueller is a diagnosed schizophreniac and she needs a good doctor to help her get better. She has been this way for 40+ years and I am the only person who is helping her with this. No one else in the family will help her to get better. I am her daughter Jennifer Stewart. Even her current psychologist has her on a antidepressant, a anti reflux medication because her stomach bothers her from these medications, one medication to take at night and two vitamins. He said that she is bipolar because she has her ups and downs.


  2. January 10, 2013 at 3:43 pm | Posted by Ena Marie Campbell BSW, attendent care

    Believe it is vital that we as people working with the geriatic populations and those with special needs who are dealing with disability. Have a knowlenge to help these people with health care changes and affects it may have on their differrent polcices so they are aware and do not become left with out coverage for vital areas where they need help for their medical, phchiatr


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