We provide full assistance for the following:
We provide full assistance for the following:
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Registered nurses (RNs) and licensed practical nurses (LPN’s) work with your doctor to provide home care services. Their assessment, skilled treatment and support provide the high quality care need to recover at home. A registered nurse is available for admissions, urgent situations or questions 24 hours a day.
Jobeey Home Health Care aides are certified nursing assistants who assist with activities such as bathing, dressing, and meal preparation. Attention to personal needs is a vital component of our service.
Our nurses and therapists can provide names of medical equipment companies who supply all necessary medical equipment.
All patients admitted to home health care are given information regarding the patient’s bill of rights/responsibilities related to the services.
Staying independent and living at home as long as possible is every older adult’s hope. Because of the medical developments, health conditions that shortened the lifespan or independence in previous generations, now improves the way we live and the choices we make. When seniors remain in their own homes, it adds dignity and a better quality to their life.
Jobeey Home Care professional Caregivers help seniors remain self-reliant and live independently in their own homes rather than an institution or assisted living community. Jobeey Home Care can assist family members by providing guidance, and services that help relieve the stress associated with caregiving. Families have told us repeatedly that our caregiving services are truly lifesavers for their aging loved ones and themselves.
In order to maintain a lifestyle of independence at home where one wants to live as long as possible, Jobeey Home Care suggests the following 10 ways to sustain independence:
Stay fit and Active to live longer. All around health is recommended and a great way to keep the heart, mind and body healthy. Seniors need to realize that being physically active gives health benefits that help them maintain longevity and independence. No matter what your age, try to have some level of physical activity each day.
Eat healthy gets more significant with age. It’s what we preserve the most, especially after retirement. Most seniors would love to foresee a life of health, fitness and relaxation. A fit and healthy life is nothing but a result of a wholesome lifestyle. It stems from preventive care and making sure your body gets all it needs to remain in the pink of health. It really isn’t difficult to find important nutritional guidelines to follow. Use the Internet for a readymade wealth of information.
Live where you can afford in a city that has a lower cost of living. If you currently live away from adult children, find a place near a family member willing to provide care. Hiring professional caregivers to help may be necessary but having family close by can lessen costs.
Share the caregiving responsibility is an economical way to keep aging parents in their homes. By sharing, you can get some help and companionship from others in the same situation. There are many tasks you can share to ease burdens for the caretaker and those receiving care. Ask siblings or other family members to help out. It may be possible for a neighbor or a church member to help out occasionally. Jobeey Home Care provides well qualified and credible caregivers. Call us at (404) 389-0555.
Move in with a relative or friend and stay close to your family in times of need and emergencies, Find out if another family member has the extra space for an aging parent to move into.
Hire Companion Services like Jobeey Home Care offers Companion services involve a non-medical component of home care. Family members of aging parents and relatives know how difficult it is to see parents and grandparents lonely, depressed, and forgetful. Our Companion and Homemaker services really make a difference in a person’s quality of life, how they feel about themselves and interact with concerned family members. We are flexible in scheduling your need for part-time caregiving help.
Hire Personal Services for activities of daily living needs. At Jobeey Home Care, we understand how seniors and the infirmed feel after living all their lives as independent people, accustomed to taking care of themselves. We offer a broad range of home care helper and companion services based upon the individual’s specific needs and match your special senior with the right caregiver.
The cost of long-term care for seniors varies as much as the types of care available and the degree of assistance you or a loved one need.
Jobeey Home Care reviews some of the more common funding options for senior housing and long-term care services. Senior care can range from a few hours a week of personal or companionship care by a Jobeey Home Care provider, to full-time in-home care, to skilled nursing care in a nursing home.
Many who have not done their research mistakenly believe that Medicare can be the answer for long-term care. In reality, it covers only a very narrow range of long-term care costs. It is important that you understand ahead of time the benefits and limits of Medicare so you can adequately prepare for long-term care needs. Jobeey Home Care is generally far less expensive over nursing home costs, but will vary greatly, depending on where you live, the level of care and number of hours of services needed per week.
How will you pay for long-term care? Options include Medicaid (if you qualify), long-term care insurance, Veterans Administration benefits, and out of pocket—from your savings and assets. Jobeey Home Care makes it easy to pay for the care services received. You can pay the monthly conveniently by check. Here are additional ways of paying for Jobeey home senior care; some of the most frequently accessed sources are summarized here.
As more and more seniors wish to remain in their homes for as long as possible, homecare is becoming a popular choice for both them and their family members. In the past, the elderly often went into a nursing home or other assisted care facility because they simply could no longer take care of their personal needs, not always due to the need for medical treatment or 24/7 care. This often led to an individual spending his or her final months or years in an unfamiliar place feeling like they were there just waiting for the end.
Staying at home can mean a more enjoyable, positive lifestyle for your loved one -- in familiar surroundings, without the anxiety and stress of living in a care facility, and with increased independence to make the aging process less daunting. A study by the United States General Accounting Office notes that seniors receiving homecare tend to live longer and have a better quality of life. Fortunately, many seniors today can and are comfortably remaining at home, having more of a say in their lives. Simple aspects of when to get up and what to eat remain their decision, avoiding the frustration of these simple everyday choices dictated to them by a nursing or assisted living facility. Additionally, homecare provides a cost-effective alternative to the expensive nursing homes, adding a financially sound facet to the benefits of in homecare.
However, if you’re a family member who is a caregiver to an elderly person living at home, you know it’s no easy feat, especially if you’re doing this alone. If you work, you may find this affects you on the job – making calls and appointments during work hours or even missing work altogether some days. There are undoubtedly those times when you just simply need a break or some time for yourself – and you may feel guilty taking it - if you can even find the time at all. Professional, affordable homecare is also an option for family caregivers who can use a break or extra help while providing their loved one a more comfortable lifestyle at home.
Benefits of Homecare include:
Jobeey Home Care has compiled an essential group of resources and checklists to assess your needs and explore options in care and support services.
Does your loved one need assistance?
Please refer to our Needs Assessment Checklist to help pinpoint their needs.
Find out about services and assistance
Available in Georgia to seniors and family caregivers. Georgia’s Department of Elder Affairs has a wealth of information for you.
Georgia Department of Human Resources
Division of Aging Services
#2 Peachtree St. N.W., 9th Floor
Atlanta, GA 30303
Fax: (404) 657-5285
General Number: (404) 657-5258
Overwhelmed by prescription costs?
Find out if you or your special senior can qualify for Georgia’s Medicare/Medicaid and Prescription Assistance (GoMedicare).
Are you a caregiver looking to reduce stress?
It’s difficult, but you can gain some insights on stress reduction for caregivers in this brief yet informative piece.
Please feel free to Contact Us to learn more about our services and other resources that may be available.