Health & Medical
90% of seniors prefer to live at home but daily chores can be a huge challenge! The American Association of Retired Persons states 90% of elderly citizens would prefer to live in at home but living alone for long periods of the day may feel lonely, isolated, and depressed at being unable to do everything themselves leading to poor mental and physical health. Experts recommend seeking the help of a reliable and experienced home care companion to empower seniors to age in place. Aging in place means a senior must be safely in charge of daily chores and home maintenance, which can be challenging for lots of seniors. Arisone Home Care, in Wallace Village Colorado, now provides housekeeping and companionship services geared specifically towards elderly clients offering greater independence to seniors who may be recovering from illnesses, suffering from limited mobility or who just need help with daily chores. Staffed with experienced and compassionate caregivers who can carry out various household chores, this newly updated offering from the company enables seniors to age in place — which is an excellent alternative to moving into a retirement home or other type of assisted living accommodation. When seniors age, day-to-day tasks become difficult. Arisone alleviates stress by looking after a senior’s home including gardening, feeding pets, changing light bulbs, and maintaining a safe house. They deliver labor-intensive tasks such as scrubbing bathrooms, changing bedding, and doing laundry. By getting housekeeping services done for them, elderly clients can have a more hygienic home, which promotes better overall health. This is especially important for seniors who suffer from respiratory issues or have a weakened immune system. Since 2014, the agency has provided excellent care to clients across the Greater Denver area. With decades of experience behind them, the executive team will always match your beloved senior with a caregiver who meets their needs. Arisone Home Care provides a complete suite of services including personal and 24 hour dementia care. Aside from Wallace Village, it also serves the communities of Arvada, Leyden, Meadows at Westwoods, Broomfield, Thornton, Erie, Northglenn, Quaker Acres and Commerce City. “What you see in this business is a result of my lifelong passion — providing a broad spectrum of care focused on you, in your home” said Anna Nadmyr, the agency’s CEO. “So, please take a good look at the information, guidance, and structure that we offer.” A satisfied family member said: “My experiences with Sharon Mertel, as my mom's caregiver, were exemplary. Sharon was patient and concerned, and she and my mother, who had Alzheimer’s, became good friends. My mom trusted and welcomed her into the family with open arms.” Visit www.arisone.com or call 720-469-9910.