It’s a fact of life that as we age, we often lose abilities we once took for granted. Our vision and hearing may deteriorate, we may not recover from illness and injuries like we used to, and arthritis and other chronic conditions make it difficult to accomplish daily tasks. Perhaps you’ve noticed this with a senior you love. They may say they’re fine, but you’re often called in the middle of the night because they’ve fallen, or trips back and forth to the hospital leave them weak and exhausted. Every day, your mind is filled with worry that something will happen to them when you’re not there.
And in a town like Milpitas, which is divided by several major highways, things can get complicated quickly if your senior doesn’t drive. Services that fall under the “commercial” sector, like doctors and pharmacies, can only be accessed by leaving the town’s residential area – and crossing the big highways. Even seniors who are able to drive short distances, or to a small town center, may avoid freeways because of the dangers they present.
But who, then, is going to take care of your loved one when you’re unable to? Who will escort and transport them where they need to go? Having someone only a few hours a week won’t do for a senior like yours. They need knowledgeable, compassionate, live-in care.
Luckily, that’s exactly what the Institute on Aging (IOA) provides.
Live-in care that feels like family
With live-in care provided by the IOA, you can rest easy knowing that your senior will be looked after the same way we’d look after our own family members. They will be there not only for routine services, like transportation, but also if anything happens in the middle of the night, such as a senior falling out of bed. Your senior can stay in their own home, keep their routine, and have the freedom and flexibility they’ve always enjoyed, along with professional support.
Our home health aides are fully screened and receive background checks before they even begin their tenure with us. They also continue their training under our managing clinicians to ensure your loved one receives the highest standard of care at all times. And with one of the lowest turnover rates in the business, your elderly family member can enjoy seeing the same friendly faces day in and day out.
Milpitas senior home care services that matter
No matter how much care your senior needs, the IOA is dedicated to providing the type of help that seniors value the most. We offer the following services for the Milpitas zip code of 95035:
Call us to talk about Milpitas senior home care
If you’d like to speak to someone regarding Milpitas county senior home care, please contact the Institute on Aging at 415-750-4111 or 650-424-1411. Our client service specialists are available to address your questions and concerns, and assist you in deciding on the right course of action to help the special senior in your life.
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starting point for help with your concerns about the needs of older
adults and adults with disabilities. IOA CONNECT links you with our services,
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