Senior In-Home Care

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Everyone has a preference for where they age.

For many, aging at home is most enjoyable and allows them to continue doing the things they love.

Choosing in-home care may be the best way to keep you or your loved one comfortable, independent, and in the best mental and physical health possible. Tandem Careplanning can help guide you through the process of finding and managing suitable caregivers to meet your family’s evolving needs.

Tandem’s goal is to connect your family with a professional team of caregivers to provide senior home care. We assist you with the selection process and help manage the relationship with clarity and transparency. Our accessible Care Team supports you 24/7 to make sure that your caregivers are an ideal fit for your family’s needs and to ensure that you have stable care as your needs evolve.

What Type of Senior Home Care Does Your Family Need?

What Type of Senior Home Care Does Your Family Need-1

You or your family member’s needs are unique and may require one or a combination of different types of care.

Tandem helps to identify what services you need and how they will integrate with your existing support systems. All of this achieved while still leaving room for you or your loved one to pick a caregiver with whom they can build a personal relationship.

Personal Home Care

Activities of daily living (ADLs), like meal preparation, personal hygiene, and running errands may become difficult for you or your aging loved one. Tandem caregivers can provide assistance with these everyday tasks.

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Companion Care

Seniors living alone are at risk for social isolation. Emotional support and a social network are vital for quality of life. Tandem caregivers' connection and companionship with clients, helping ease the effects of isolation.

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Respite Care

Being the primary caregiver for a loved is challenging. You spend your time thinking about the needs of another person, not your own. Respite care means taking time – perhaps one day per week – for you to recharge.

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