How to Better Care for an Aging Population

How to Better Care for an Aging Population

Health care advocates in the U.S. are continuously exploring new ways to best serve our aging population. At Friendship at Home, we are always following the latest trends and recommendations, implementing them early to ensure we are providing the best care possible to our clients. Helping our older members create their own individualized, flexible plans that allow them to continue to thrive in their own homes is our highest priority.

Supporting Active Lifestyles

Emerging research confirms that opportunities for older people to socialize is crucial for their emotional and physical well-being. Our wide range of services enables seniors to feel more comfortable acting as hosts in their own homes, accepting invitations to visit friends, attending events or simply going on group outings.

Emerging research confirms that opportunities for older people to socialize is crucial for their emotional and physical well-being.

 

Developing Improved Models of Care

Healthcare advocates are calling for improved models of care, especially when it comes to developing new standards for older patients with more than one serious illness. The Care Coordinators at Friendship at Home keep up to date with these changing models, especially those involving such challenges as home-based care and the systems that reduce the risk of rehospitalization.

With more people joining the proud ranks of the senior citizens brigade every year, Friendship at Home continues to pursue the leading models for helping our members lead their healthiest, happiest lives possible.