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Rapid City Office
909 St. Joseph Street, Suite 203, Rapid City, SD 57701
204 North Main Street, Spearfish, SD 57783
Rapid City Caregivers Assist Seniors in Providing Home Health Care for Themselves.
Learn how you can play a role in providing home health care for yourself.
When loved ones have certain health problems or other age-related challenges that slowly start to interfere with their ability to continue living independently at home, families often find themselves faced with difficult decisions. While many choose to take on the role of a family caregiver or opt for nursing homes, you need to ask yourself: will it work for your family too?
As your loved one’s in home health care provider, you’ll need to perform a number of daily activities for them to remain independent while balancing your personal life, career, and other obligations. Moreover, you’ll probably need to manage two households. For many people, especially with small kids, this may be too demanding to handle alone.
However, if you happen to live out of town or in a different state, you might want to opt for relocating your loved one nearer to you, placing her or him in a nursing home or an assisted living facility. While this can also work, you need to consider whether Mom or Dad will be able to adapt adequately to these new circumstances. Very often, seniors have a hard time when moving out of homes they’ve spent decades in. For some, this can take an emotional toll and cause feelings of anxiety and depression. To make matters worse, relocation can sometimes trigger symptoms and make chronic conditions worse or cause new health issues to arise.
From our vast experience, we firmly believe that the best solution for your loved one and your family is opting for a professional in home health care provider. With Comfort Keepers, your loved one can maintain their independence and boost their quality of life while you can get some much-needed respite and peace of mind.
At Comfort Keepers, we also believe that in home health care is and should remain a family issue. For this reason, we work closely with and under instructions from primary caregivers and other members of the family. Let us handle all the work so you can enjoy quality time with Mom or Dad when you come to visit.
Call us today and learn more about our customized in home health care services and how we help families in your area. We offer free in-home consultation to assess your family’s needs and propose a schedule of care best suiting your loved one’s lifestyle. Comfort Keepers is looking forward to working with your family!
Comfort Keepers Home Care provides senior care services in the following cities and neighborhoods in South Dakota:
Rapid City, Sturgis, Spearfish, Belle Fourche, Lead, Deadwood, Custer, Hill City, and Hot Springs, South Dakota