Your decision making
When to consider a helping hand at home‘There’s no place like home’ It’s only natural that you’d like to stay living at home, to enjoy your independence and autonomy, but there may be a time where you need help with some tasks around the house in order to keep you there. Consider these questions; Are you…
- Having more difficulty doing certain tasks around the house?
- Struggling to maintain yourself and your home?
- Paying your bills?
- Recuperating after a hospital stay?
- Feeling fatigued?
- Having concerns about becoming more forgetful than usual?
- Nursing your partner?
- Experiencing the loss of a loved one or carer?
- Wanting to get from A to B but can’t drive anymore?
- Getting out to see friends, the doctor, or other usual outings?
Family members and friendsAre you concerned about the wellbeing of your loved one for any of the following reasons?
- They are struggling living on their own, or caring for their partner, and are not coping
- Worried about them falling or having an accident
- Seeing some (increasing) signs of forgetfulness
- what were once simple tasks for my loved one are now becoming difficult
- their personal hygiene is not what it used to be, or they often wear the same clothes
- they are no longer doing activities/hobbies that they used to do until recently