Everyone ages differently, and some people experience physical impairments that others do not. Using a Social Plan of Care, and by speaking directly with your loved ones, we can find out what activities are best suited for them. One of the most popular activities is simply involves the use of a Fit-Band. It’s a safe and easy way for caregivers to provide strength and aerobic exercise for our clients. Many under our care have said they look forward to this activity with our caregivers.
This is a legitimate concern that many families have. A generational gap can be a challenge, and can make some clients initially unwilling or unable to interact with a caregiver. ApexCare understands these difficulties well, and we train our team members to handle these situations with patience. If your loved one requests a different caregiver, we can accommodate their requests right away.
Dementia and Ahlzheimer’s are major concerns for many of the families who turn to ApexCare, and they are afraid that a loved one’s perceived rudeness or lack of social filters due to the effects of these diseases may interfere with care and companionship. We have caregivers on staff with the training and experience necessary to care for clients suffering from these conditions.
Depression and loss can be difficult at any age, and it can present a unique challenge for a caregiver. What we have learned is that patience and encouragement are the best tools at the disposal of our caregivers, and we can still help your loved one even under these circumstances.
Our caregivers are required to have their own vehicles and insurance plan under their name, and ApexCare tracks insurance expiration dates. They can transport your loved one where they need or want to go. Mileage is recorded and billed at the IRS mileage reimbursement rate. If your loved one prefers travelling in their own vehicle, our caregivers can accommodate this request.
Yes. Many clients have specific preferences, and we are able to select caregivers that meet these needs.