Types of Long-Term Care
There are a variety of options today for the person in need of long-term care:
Assisted Living Facility
Housing facilities for people with disabilities, these facilities provide supervision or assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs); coordination of services by outside health care providers; and monitoring of resident activities to help to ensure their health, safety, and well-being. Assistance may include the administration or supervision of medication, or personal care services provided by a trained staff person. This residential care setting combines housing, support services, and health care for elderly individuals.
Continuing Care Retirement Community
A housing complex designed for older adults who are generally able to care for themselves; however, assistance from home care agencies is allowed in some communities, and activities and socialization opportunities are often provided. Some of the characteristics typically are: the community must be age-restricted or age-qualified, residents must be partially or fully retired, and the community offers shared services or amenities.
A privately operated establishment providing residential, maintenance, and personal or nursing care for persons (as the aged or the chronically ill) who are unable to care for themselves properly.
Care delivered in the home to support people with the instrumental activities of daily living, activities of daily living or limited skilled care. Allowing your loved one independence and freedom to choose their own lifestyle. Premium In Home Care provides in-home care. This allows your loved one to remain in their home while still getting the attention they need and is typically more affordable than the other types of long-term care, depending on the schedule. To learn more, just call us at 501-251-3331 a staff member is waiting to assist you.
Respite In Home Care
The role of caregiver is an important one but can be challenging at times. Nearly one in every four Americans is caring for an older adult, and the stress can take its toll. While respite care can’t change your loved one’s situation, it can improve your ability to cope and to handle challenges in positive ways. So it’s critical that you take time to care for yourself so you’ll be up to the task of day-to-day care for your elderly loved one. Premium In Home Care can provide respite care daily, weekly or as needed for as little as a few hours, or as long as an overnight; or 24-hour care while you’re away. You don’t have to miss out on events located out of town, holidays, weddings, reunions, graduations or other important occasions. Premium In Home Care, Service Care staff can care for your loved one while you travel with ease of mine. “Relax we’ve got you covered”.