Advice for Caregivers of the Intellectually Disabled and Older Adults

For The Intellectually Disabled

Clients with intellectual and developmental disabilities often require support to live at home and to participate in their communities with comfort, independence and dignity.

Our clients receive assistance with previously learned skills and new skill building through home and community habilitation day programs.

We also offer companion and respite services to allow families a pause from providing care to their loved one.

For Older Adults

As parents and loved ones age, they often experience some reduction of their physical and cognitive capabilities. When this occurs, day to day tasks related to their self care and independence that were once easily performed may now require your ongoing assistance and support.

When such changes bring compromises to your loved one’s ability to live independently or if these changes add unwanted stress to you and your family as you attempt to help, it may be time to consider accessing the resources available from a personal care and home support services provider.

Associates Home Care, Inc. has been providing these services since 1998 and has the expertise and experience to assist you in making the right choice for you and your family.

We can provide a no-obligation “needs assessment visit” to help you decide the best choice for the client and to discuss the available options for the plan of care.