If you have ever spent a couple of weeks or months recovering from an illness or surgery, then you will be able to relate to the frustration that comes with not being completely independent and perhaps have even experienced a sense of isolation that may have brought about mild depression, however, once you have recovered you will be out and about your normal daily life and pick up the pieces quickly, and all of that frustration will be forgotten.

This is not the case for the elderly who may start finding that ordinary things like cooking, cleaning and even taking care of their own personal hygiene becoming more and more difficult, and, as much as anyone else, they are going to want to cling to their independence for as long as possible – most parents who are aging or frail do not want to become a burden to anyone, it’s just one of those things that come with having been independent their whole lives!

When you have a parent who is starting to exhibit signs of dementia, or of being too frail to be left entirely on their own, there are going to be some tough conversations to be had about how life could be made a lot easier for them if they want to remain in surroundings that are familiar to them.

No one wants to go into a frail care facility, but not many families have anyone who can stay at home to assist with frail care and take on all the duties involved in frail care, dementia care or disabled care, which is where CareChamp has a solution that ensures that your loved one has the highest standard of home care possible!

Every caregiver at CareChamp has had a high level of home care training as well as experience in private homes, hospitals and retirement homes, in addition to which, these are all very special individuals who have a calling to help others, which is not something all of us could do any more than we would become policemen or doctors.

CareChamp caregivers, companions and registered nurses all have the compassion, patience and experience to manage situations most of us would find extremely difficult, especially when it comes to looking after our loved ones as they age. 

Our own sense of helplessness can sometimes cause more friction in the family than is necessary during this stage of life, and it is a relief to know that there are special professionals who know how to care for our elderly frail loved ones, and who have a passion for what they do!

CareChamp caregivers are there to assist your loved one with everything from medication reminders to mobility exercises, nutritional needs, bathroom assistance and more, while CareChamp companions spend time with your loved one to stave off isolation, lack of intellectual stimulation and conversation, which often leads to depression in the elderly.

CareChamp services are flexible and affordable, designed to make life easier for everyone by offering care that could range anywhere from 4 hours a day a few times a week, to 24/7 live-in care – this team is committed to finding a care solution to suit every clients care requirements and budget!

Don’t put yourself through the strain of trying to find the right person to care for your elderly frail loved one on your own, that’s what CareChamp is there for! You can rely on this team to help you select the perfect caregiver or companion that will make it easier for your loved one to accept the help they need, and to know that they will have trusted care!

Visit CareChamp to find out more about what their happy clients have to say about this team and to find out more about how to find the help you need without any extra stress!