November is Home Care and Hospice Month

Every day, millions of family caregivers, nurses, home care professionals and other healthcare providers serve with compassion and focused skill in countless homes across the country. November is Home Care and Hospice Month when all Americans are encouraged to honor these men and women who selflessly offer health support, security and comfort to loved ones combating the effects of aging, illness or disability.

With the rapid rise in the U.S. senior population, the demands steadily increase for in-home care Sacramento families need. Companies like Live Well at Home strive to provide quality of care and professionalism with all of our senior clients. Adult home care providers assist clients with medical and nonmedical care, including skilled nursing, bathing, medication monitoring, meal preparation, light housekeeping, transportation and companion visits. Hospice and palliative care provides pain management during a serious illness and comforting end-of-life care. At-home hospice and palliative care also addresses the broader emotional, social and spiritual needs of the ill and their family members.
In recognizing the faithful efforts of family and professional caregivers everywhere, show your appreciation this November with a small gift of your time and your gratefulness.

  • Take time to thank a family caregiver or home care or hospice professional
  • Volunteer to give a respite break to a family caregiver. A break of only a couple of hours can feel like a mini-vacation to a weary caregiver.
  • Help a family find the caregiving support they need. Offer to connect a family with in home-care Sacramento CA provider, Live Well at Home, for specific care services tailored for your loved one’s needs.

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