Do You Know the Warning Signs That a Loved One Needs Assistance?

Do You Know the Warning Signs That a Loved One Needs Assistance?

Does your loved one need in home assistance? Contact us today.

When visiting loved ones during the holidays, be alert for signs that they might need assistance in the home. If someone is having difficulty with their Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) such as safely bathing or showering on their own or Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs) such as preparing meals and doing housework, it could be an indication that they need help to continue living independently.

Please review this infographic for the most common warning signs and download the complete guide to learn more!

If you observe any of these warning signs during a visit, suggest a visit with their health care provider to rule out any medical conditions that might be preventing them from living a full, quality life.

Does your loved one need in home assistance? Contact us today.

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