Did you know that there are over 100 types of Dementia?
Did you know that there are over 100 types of Dementia?
In-home care isn’t just about having a caregiver make sure your loved one takes their medications on time. At Clark Care, Inc. one of the biggest components to our home care services is companionship.
Caregiver companionship for your loved one is all about establishing a positive relationship between the two individuals. Clark Care, Inc. will work tirelessly to make sure that your senior is perfectly matched with one of our professional caregivers. A good match is crucial to the beginning stages of friendship and companionship.
Our in-home caregivers are there to interact with your senior — whether it be playing a board or card game, reading aloud, sharing a laugh, memory or concern.
Studies have shown that nearly 13.5% of older adults show signs of depression, and this statistic is even higher for seniors who live alone. Many elderly citizens across the US experience feelings of pessimism or helplessness, loss of interest in activities or hobbies, or have decreased energy. With in-home care, having another individual in your senior’s life when you aren’t present is a major benefit.
Our caregivers are here to bring light back into your loved one’s life. They are professionally trained to pick out even the slightest differences in mood and are capable of turning any negative situation around.
If you believe your loved one could benefit from companionship and in-home elder care, contact Clark Care, Inc. today so we can find a caregiver for you.
In-home senior care is one of the best services to come out of the elderly care industry in a long time — and for good reason. Your loved one is able to live in the comfort of their own home and the costs can end up being significantly less than they would be at a nursing facility.
If you believe your loved one can benefit from in-home senior care, contact Clark Care Inc today so we can immediately start matching you with one of our expert caregivers.
We often take for granted living at home; we don’t realize the benefits to living independently until we lose that independence. For our aging loved ones, it’s important to know that they too want to be independent. The only difference is that our loved ones just need a little bit more help on a daily basis.
If you and your family are torn on making a decision regarding your aging loved one, take the time to review these five benefits of having them live at home for as long as they can.
Our in home senior care company is all about letting your loved one remain independent for as long as possible. Contact us today to find out more about what makes us different!
Clark Care Inc. employs MedMinder pill dispenser that utilizes a locking function to ensure the safety and comfort of the users and their loved ones. The goal is to reduce the likelihood of mis-dosing on daily medication.
The dispenser uses a locking feature that allows the user to access only the right compartment at the correct time of day, ensuring that the appropriate dosage is available to the user when needed. All other compartments are locked until the medication is meant to be delivered. The medication dispenser can be controlled remotely via a website. The dispenser contains 28 separate compartments to accommodate a four-week supply of medication.
The dispenser provides the user with a timely reminder in the form of a flashing light when it is time for the user to take their medication. If the compartment is not opened within a designated period of time, the user will receive an auditory prompt and again, if the compartment is not opened within a designated period of time Clark Care will receive an automatic phone call, text message or email alerting us to take action.
The dispenser keeps a record of client activities that Clark Care can access by using
the MedMinder website or receive real-time updates by email or text messages.
Private Senior Care is also known as Home Care or Home Health Care. The goal of Private Senior Care is to ensure that the elderly or homebound, receive care at home, tailored to meet their personal needs to remain as functional and independent as possible. If you are homebound as the result of illness, injury or surgical procedure, studies show that patients recuperate more quickly and successfully when recovering at home as compared to recuperation in a medical facility, while reducing the number of hospital readmissions.
Often, a family member assumes the role of caregiver to their elderly or homebound loved one. Private Senior Care provides a respite to that family member, allowing him or her to attend to personal needs, while having the peace of mind that their loved one is receiving personalized professional care.
The needs of each client and family are evaluated by a member of our nursing staff. After assessing the personalities and necessary skills we make every effort to make the best client/caregiver match. We recognize the importance of the personal relationship between the client and caregiver and its role in health and happiness. The caregiver is given a thorough orientation to familiarize them with the specific needs of the client and there will be regular visits by our nursing staff to ensure that we exceed your expectations.
Welcome to the new Clark Care website. Here you will be able to get in touch with one of our home care representatives, learn more about our elderly care services and find out more about how Clark Care can make a significant impact on your quality of life.
Our nursing staff provides constant supervision to our caregivers, which includes regular visits to every client’s home. Each visit is a learning opportunity for our caregivers as we raise our expectations. We have caregivers who have been with us for decades and have benefited from this constant supervision. Our Caregivers are among the best available anywhere.
Every effort will be made to make the best client/caregiver match. We recognize the importance of the personal dynamic between client and caregiver and its role in health and happiness. However, you’re the boss and we will gladly make caregiver changes if requested.