SENIOR WELLNESS CHECK-INS
Life can get hectic between managing our family lives, work lives, social lives. Genuinely being there physically, emotionally, and spiritually to support our aging loved ones can sometimes take a backseat. If you have ever worried about your loved ones living alone due to your busy schedule or the fact that you live apart geographically, we have the support and peace of mind you need! Our Senior Wellness Check-In Service aims to provide you with this peace of mind: direct communication and support while assuring that the emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being of your loved ones are addressed. We do this specifically by providing three Wellness Check-In visits per month where we utilize a monthly assessment tool to gauge any changes that may occur. These changes are then addressed to the family immediately. Where applicable, we may bring in or recommend resources to promote their goal of continuing to joyfully age in place. We utilize a Vital Records Folder provided by the Department of Aging that assures that all essential documents are organized and in a secure location for future use. We also provide an advanced directive in the form of the “5 Wishes Tool” that addresses your loved one’s preferences of care in case they are unable to make decisions at some point. We proactively provide these items specifically to honor the choices, dignity, and independence that can sometimes be difficult to discuss when we are in an emotionally responsive state.
These services are offered in the following settings:
· Residential Homes
· 55 and over Communities
· Independent Living Communities
· Assisted Living Communities
· Skilled Nursing and Rehab Facilities
We ask these questions to assess the emotional well-being:
· Are they depressed?
· Are they socially acclimated to their environment?
· Are they happy?
If not, how can we assist? For physical well-being:
· Are they eating well?
· Are they losing or gaining weight?
· Do they have enough grooming and personal hygiene products?
For spiritual well-being:
· Are they hopeful?
· How is their quality of life?