From getting out of bed in the morning to moving about the house to running necessary errands, daily living requires some level of mobility to complete everyday tasks and meet everyday needs. For many reasons, maintaining mobility independence can grow increasingly difficult. Arthritis, hip, knee and other joint damage, back injuries, health issues and other conditions can certainly cause a decrease in one’s ability to maneuver around their home and beyond their front door. While some periods of mobility limitations can be short-term, others may be ongoing. Staying on schedule and meeting daily living needs can become more strenuous and require more endurance when mobility is compromised.
A reputable in-home care referral company, Aqua Home Care refers caregivers who offer a wide-range of services to meet specific needs. Many clients living with mobility issues seek in-home care services so that their daily living routines are not interrupted. For some, such limitations came about later in life while others have lived with limited mobility for some time. Despite any limitations regarding range of movement, we select caregivers who are able to professionally and compassionately assist their clients to lessen such hindrances in daily life. In order to benefit the lives of their clients, services with regards to mobility include:
- Getting in and out of bed
- Grooming and personal hygiene
- Meal preparation
- Heavy cleaning
- Moving around the house or outdoors
- Driving to physical therapy and doctor’s appointments
- Getting in and out of the car
- Running errands
- Grocery shopping
- Participating in social events
- And more
Living with mobility limitations can require a period of adjustment when you can no longer move about as once before, and Aqua Home Care is here for you during this time. Whether you are in need of assistance for a short period of time or longer, we will find a trusted caregiver who is available on your schedule. Part-time, full-time and live-in care is available so that someone will be there to help you continue living your life despite restriction of movement.