Non-Medical Caregiver Companion
Health needs aren’t just medical.
When it comes to caring for the whole person, not every need is easily met in a clinic or hospital. Everyday needs our patients encounter in their own homes can be handled through non-medical home health, which includes personal care, companionship and daily living activities.
So what does this include?
- Medication management
- Meal preparation
- Light housekeeping
The aim is to ensure our aging population can remain in the comfort of their own homes to bolster independence, happiness and prosperity for as long as their health allows.
The model allows for inclusion of professionals in addition to support networks that include family, friends and neighbors. The best outcome is one that is reached through the combined efforts of these important people.
A variety of sources can fund non-medical home healthcare, including long-term-care insurance and veterans benefits. If neither are in the cards, Medicaid and reverse mortgages are often utilized when funds aren’t available. Regardless, Prosperous Home Health is on-hand to help you select the best, most fiscally responsible option.