Orlando, FL (PressExposure) February 21, 2011 -- Reports from, The National Association of Area Agencies suggests that by the year 2030, nearly one in five people will be over the age of 65*. As the baby boomer generation grows older there is an increasing trend where seniors wish to age in their own home and engage professionals from an Orlando in-home care agency to help with their daily activities.
"In-home care agencies offer services of trained and certified caregivers to help seniors carry on with their daily tasks like cooking, housekeeping, maintaining personal hygiene, taking medications etc. In addition to these tasks they also help seniors with companionship services and errands including shopping for food, managing money etc. Skilled care givers also help with the non-medical needs of patients suffering from Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia," says Mr. Michael Santana of ABC Senior Services, an Orlando senior care agency.
"In addition to these services, a few in-home care agencies like ours help seniors and their families find the right Orlando Alzheimer's care center. The client is provided with a list of care centers that match his requirements and budget and is taken on a tour of the chosen care centers, to allow him make an informed choice. And what's better is that this service is provided free of cost," adds Mr. Michael Santana.
These services are of great help to seniors who often find it overwhelming to continue with their daily activities. Often dangerous situations can be averted with a little help from a professional care giver, who not only takes care of your parent's needs, but also manages the environment in the house by making it a lot safer to navigate. They can also keep a watchful eye for signs of deterioration or early symptoms of illnesses like Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia.