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Elderly care services help fulfill the special needs and requirements that are unique for senior citizens and encompass senior care services such as assisted living, adult day care, long term care, nursing homes, hospice care, or in home care.
Elderly care puts emphasis on the social and personal requirements of elders who need assistance with various daily activities and health care, but who commonly desire to age with dignity. Most elders in the United States prefer to continue living at home and receiving in home care, however the majority of elders will gradually lose functioning ability and will be required to move into an elderly care home, so they can receive around-the-clock assistance from caregivers with everyday activities and tasks.
For the elders that wish to remain in their homes longer and receive in home care by skilled caregivers, they can opt for respite care, which allows caregivers the opportunity to go on vacation, business trips, or other commitments and know that their elder will receive quality care.
Family is often the most important care providers for the elderly, however the assistance of skilled caregivers and home health aides is often suggested to help aide families and their elders during their time of care.