The Centers for Disease Control reports that in 2013, 4.9 million men and women received care from an in-home care provider, a welcome trend to seniors and their families who don't want to give up their homes and their routines. The result is that more agencies and independent service providers are available in communities across the country. However, like any service provider, it's necessary to understand the pros and cons of one over the other.
This resource will help you understand the following:
- How to weigh costs, care, credentials and quality
- 5 questions to ask to determine your loved ones needs
- Resources for additional questions to ask your caregiver
- Where to go for references
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