Because our Keeping In Touch Solutions staff is committed to helping families with safety concerns and quality of life issues for seniors, we understand the needs you have and the needs of your aging loved ones. We understand that few aging adults want to leave their homes. We also understand your feelings as a long distance caregiver.
For example, the guilt and frustration you frequently feel are very normal emotions. We even understand the panic you experience when you realize that you can’t possibly be everywhere at the same time, taking care of all the people who need you.
Long distance care givers worry a lot and they also feel helpless. So we have created a list of tips to make your responsibility more manageable:
For your loved one’s health and physical safety concerns:
When distance makes it difficult to stay in daily contact is when Keeping in Touch Solutions can help. Our Care Callers connect with your loved one every day. The routine of the daily call is eagerly anticipated by your loved one and a relief for you. Knowing someone is checking in every day is one of those proactive steps you can put in place that will make sleeping at night a little easier.
You might not be able to snap your fingers and make the miles between you and your aging loved one disappear, but with occasional visits and some preparation, you can make everyone feel a bit more comfortable with the situation.
A daily check-in call could be the lifeline, the joy you give someone that makes the biggest difference in their perception of what old age is like.
Contact me at 317-480-1038 today. Let’s make a difference together.
I’m Diana Beam, Founder of Keeping in Touch Solutions. It is my heartfelt desire for every person to live a happy and healthy life in the place they call home, no matter what their age. You can’t put a price on peace of mind for your parents and yourself. It’s priceless . . . and significant.
For that reason, the goal of every Keeping In Touch Solutions program is to provide a caring connection and service that both the elderly and their caregivers can rely on to make living that good life easier.
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