Care options for a loved one in North Carolina

Care Options Seniors Helping Seniors vs Other Agencies

Seniors Helping Seniors of North and East Raleigh vs Other Agencies

There are many choices for your loved one’s care. We know from personal experience how overwhelming and stressful it can feel to make these choices.   At Seniors Helping Seniors of North and East Raleigh our aim is to help you sort through all the options so you can make the most prudent decision for your family.  It would be best to have us come out and spend a little time with you and your family to talk about what options are available for you.  The visit is free; just call us at 919-761-5346 or visit inhomecarenc.com to learn more and schedule a visit. Meanwhile, the comparison table below will help you start thinking through some of the various questions to consider and help you prioritize the ones that are most important to you in making your decisions.

Seniors Helping Seniors of North and East Raleigh Other Agencies
Cost for 24 hour care $18-22 $17-25
Will I have the same caregivers every week? Yes No/Unlikely
Will the caregiver be hand-picked to be a similar age and have a similar background? Yes No
Loneliness is clinically proven to cause declines in health.  Will the caregiver become a true friend? Yes No/Unlikely
Do I have unlimited access to the Owners and Client Services Director? Yes No/Unlikely
As a family member do I have instantaneous access to visit records? (click to see) Yes No/Unlikely
Will I have access to proven, unbiased assistance in all my senior care decisions? Yes Possibly
Will I have Handymen who will take care of my home maintenance and repairs? Yes No
Will I have access to a proven network of senior specific advisers (financial planners, attorneys, trust planners, etc)? Yes Possibly
Will I have expert assistance in talking my parents through these difficult decisions when they are resistant to change? Yes Possibly

 

Kathy is a Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP) who is active in several other senior related organizations, including Alzheimer’s State Champion program, Friends of the Northern Wake Senior Center board member, Ambassador for the Rolesville Chamber of Commerce, Aging Life Care Association (ALCA), Health Affairs Round Table (HART), and Senior Information Networking Group (SING).