Does your loved one wander at night and need night-time supervision? Does your loved one need incontinence assistance at night? Do you or your loved one need night-time companionship? If the answer to these questions is yes, then live-in home care is likely not the best option for you because live-in caregivers are required to take mandatory breaks during the day and be provided a bed to sleep in at night for 8 hours. Live-in services are better suited for a situation where your loved one needs help only during the day. People who find constant change challenging may also prefer live-in home care. The same live-in home caregiver will attend to your loved one’s needs day after day. A live-in caregiver resides in the client’s home and provides consistent assistance with daily functions.
You or your loved one’s particular situation will determine the extent and nature of care that you receive. At Inn Home Care, the first step in providing care is to consult with your loved one and draw up a care plan. The care plan will take into consideration your loved ones’ diagnosis, their preferences, their current condition and specific requirements. Typically, live-in caregivers will provide assistance that covers all companion care services as well as personal care services. Additional specialized care may be needed if you or your loved one has been diagnosed with Dementia, or Alzheimer’s or have Diabetes or are undergoing dialysis. Generally, our live-in caregivers will provide assistance with the following:
When it comes to choosing in-home care for an elderly person, there are many options. Live-in and 24-hour caregiving may seem to be the same kind of care, but they vary in how much time is spent with your loved one. Understanding this difference will help determine what type of home care is best suited for your loved one.
24-Hour Home Care
24-hour home care is for you if you or your loved one require round the clock assistance. Caregivers work 8 or 12 hour shifts to provide required assistance. A caregiver on the night shift stays up all night to cater to your loved one’s needs.
Live-In Home Care
Live-in care would be the better option for you or your loved one if they needed assistance only during the day. The live-in caregiver is mandated to take breaks and be provided a bed to sleep in for at least 8 hours a night.
Our services are provided by qualified and compassionate caregivers. We offer much more than just live-in care, view all our services.
Inn Home Care, LLC is a California registered, insured and bonded in-home care agency serving cities in the Inland Empire, Los Angeles County, and surrounding areas.
We provide services to individuals who cannot take care of themselves and assist them with daily living activities such as bathing, dressing, toileting, meal preparation, housekeeping, doctor’s appointments, medication reminders, & companionship.
People who may benefit from using our services include those experiencing cognitive and memory loss conditions like:
These individuals often have trouble performing daily life activities like getting in and out of bed, bathing, & running errands. We can help.
We provide screened, qualified and compassionate caregivers to provide care to you or your loved one at your home or in an assisted living facility.
In-home caregiving will enable your loved one to age-in-place in the safety and comfort of home.
We draw up and provide a written Care Plan that is tailored and customized to suit your loved one’s needs taking their personality, age, likes and dislikes, financial ability, beliefs, and preferences into consideration..
Our caregivers implement the Care Plan and help your loved one every step of the way with all activities of daily living including:
You might consider starting home care services if any of these apply to you:
We understand your pain and concerns about losing your independence, but hopefully, not being able to walk up a flight of stairs unaided does not mean a move to a facility is required as a permanent decision, with our help you can stay at home.
It is very sad if you are experiencing limited mobility due to paralysis from stroke or an accident, but we hope that a move to a facility should not necessarily be the next step – with home care, you can stay at home.
We know that it is painful to watch your loved one lose their memory or watch them wander aimlessly and we know you are concerned about their safety – we can help with round-the-clock home care.
We are here to help you and provide peace of mind to your family and loved ones.
Though we are not family, we intend to care for you like one.