Caregivers in Gilbert AZ: Are You Ready to Become a Family Caregiver for Your Parent?


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Are You Ready to Become a Family Caregiver for Your Parent?

Caregivers in Gilbert AZ

Caregivers in Gilbert AZYou might have noticed that your aging parent is showing signs of memory loss and cognitive decline that make you feel concerned. They might have started falling more or have injuries that indicate that they are losing their balance or suffering other physical limitations and challenges. Your loved one might have received a diagnosis of a medical condition or illness. Whatever the reason that you think your parent might need additional support and care as they age, you may be considering becoming their family caregiver so that you can fulfill their needs and help them to live the highest quality of life possible. This is a fantastic way to give back to your senior and to help them stay safe, comfortable, healthy, and happy throughout their later years, and to give them the opportunity to age in place. In order for them to get the most benefit, and for you to continue living your own life in the way that is right for you, however, it is essential that you ensure you are truly ready to become a family caregiver for your aging loved one.

When thinking about whether you are prepared to take on the role of family caregiver, consider whether you are ready to:

• Add these care tasks to your schedule. Especially if you have children that you are taking care of, your schedule might already be very busy and would become even busier if you were to take on the role of being a family caregiver as well. This is referred to as being in the sandwich generation and it can be a time-consuming and tiring experience, but also one that is extremely fulfilling.

• Manage their physical needs. Your senior might be suffering from challenges and limitations that make it difficult for them to manage their basic daily needs. This means that you would need to help them to manage these needs safely and healthily, or take the proper steps to ensure that they are managed effectively. When you are thinking about these needs it is important that you do not just consider the physical requirements of helping them manage their needs. You must also consider the emotional impact that seeing your loved one go through these issues can have on you and determine if you feel that you are ready to handle that emotional strain.

• Fulfill their emotional needs. Loneliness and isolation are common among elderly adults and can be dangerous for your senior parent. It is also common for elderly adults who are in need of care to suffer feelings of depression, anxiety, loss of motivation, and disengagement due to their perceived loss of independence and the realization of their limitations. As a caregiver you must be able to be there for them to help address these needs and encourage them to remain as mentally and emotionally healthy as possible.

• Handle their basic tasks. Caring for an aging parent often goes beyond just helping them to manage their physical needs and stay healthy as they age in place. You must also be prepared to help them with basic tasks that might become challenging due to their specific limitations, such as going to the grocery store for them, keeping their home clean, or managing their bills.

If you or an aging loved one are considering caregivers in Gilbert, AZ, please contact the caring staff at SYNERGY HomeCare today: 480-377-6770.

Mike Endredy, Owner
Mike has been involved with home care for the last 11 years as the owner of SYNERGY HomeCare of the East Valley (Phoenix AZ). 
Mike was brought to the home care industry like many folks through a need to care for my father near the end of his life. 
"Although my mother was the primary caregiver there was not a service to use that can offer relief for my mother and from 2,000 miles away I was not able to provide the care personally he needed.  It was however, a few years after my father's passing that I personally decided to change careers, leaving a career in engineering.  I have never looked back.  Making a difference in people's lives changes you more profoundly than anything and I love that experience.  In the eleven years of making a difference my exceptional team of caregivers and staff have made a difference through providing over 2 million hours worth of care.  This journey is just beginning.  Making a difference in somebody's life or a family members life is why I do what I do.  The hurdles, the heartbreak and the pain that comes makes me stronger and more determined to help another. " - Mike Endredy


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