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Indiana Home Care

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Indiana - Home Care

Whether for medical reasons, safety reasons, or for the peace of mind of the rest of the family, there may come a time when a senior is not able to live at home independently. In many cases, nursing homes or assisted living are viable options, but for some families this is not the right choice. A great alternative to facility care is Home Care. There are two types of in-home senior care, medical and non-medical, and each offers a number of different services.

Skilled medical home care offers a range of different treatments, some of which can be as intense as hospital-level care. Medical home care nurses' duties can include, but are not limited to, wound care, pain management, infusion therapy, rehabilitation therapies, and medication management. Non-medical home care, a service intended for more capable seniors, often includes dressing and bathing assistance, food preparation, help with errands and household chores, and general companionship.

Indiana Home Care Resources

Alliance Home Health Care: A home health care agency that serves many areas in Indiana.

Indiana Home Care Portal: Home care resources for Indiana families and their elderly loved ones.

Indiana Home Health: Another home health care agency that serves many areas in Indiana.

Indiana Home Care Network: An Indiana home care network that gives families resources and assistance in their search for home care.

More Resources

Senior Care Guide: Care.com's comprehensive guide to senior care that helps readers understand senior care options by describing each option in detail and answering frequently asked questions.

For more information on senior healthcare, visit our Articles and Resources page.

Looking for quality senior care in Indiana? Take a look at the local pages below.


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