How Will The Relationship With Your Aging Parent Change?
Only For The Better.
You’ve always been their son or daughter. But lately, you’ve been feeling a lot more like their primary caregiver than anything. Maybe that’s because you don’t have a caregiver you can trust on a consistent basis. Or maybe you keep going through caregivers your Mom or Dad can’t relate to.
Consequently, you have to step in to provide care so much more than you’d like – and the dynamic of the entire relationship between you and your parent is hurting.
In fact, even as you provide the support for the physical challenges your parent needs help with, you can’t help but wonder: Am I helping maximize the joy for my Mom or Dad at this stage in their lives? Are they happy and really doing all the things they love to do?
We were right where you are today when we were caring for our own parents.
We believed then as we do today that senior care could be so much more than helping our Mom and Dad with dressing, bathing, grooming, medication, laundry, grocery shopping and prepping their meals.
That’s why we created 1776 Senior Care to address the physical, mental, social and spiritual aspects of a senior’s life. Because you need a caregiver who can do all of the above for your parent and remember all of the little things to them that mean a lot. Like their favorite music to listen to, the TV shows from years ago they love to watch today, the local events they’d enjoy attending, the types of exercise they like to do most and the religious services they participate in.
As a result, 1776 Senior Care will be a remarkable addition to your parent’s life.
And because you can return to being their son or daughter instead of their primary caregiver, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by how much of a difference we make in your life as well.