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Kentucky Home Care

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Kentucky - Home Care

When a senior reaches a point where living at home is no longer a safe options, many families begin discussing other living options. Some choose nursing homes or assisted living facilities, but other families prefer to have their loved one "age in place." An alternative to senior housing options isHome Care, a service in which visiting nurses assist seniors with medical treatment or daily activities.  There are two types of home care - skilled medical home care and non-medical home care.  Seniors who require medical treatment on a daily basis are best served by skilled medical home care which can include quite intensive care ranging from infusion therapy to wound care.  If the required assistance is more of a personal care nature, like dressing, bathing, or even light grocery shopping or cleaning, then non-medical home care is an option.

Kentucky Home Care Resources

Kentucky Home Health Association: An association that works to help Kentucky families find suitable home care.

Kentucky.gov Home Health Services: Information regarding home health options from the state of Kentucky.

Pro-Care Home Health: A home health care organization that serves central Kentucky.

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 ourArticles and Resourcespage.      

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



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