How Do I Create An Independent Living Care Plan?
How do I create an independent living care plan? Should I get help making a living care plan? Is there help for me if I can’t make a living care plan?
To create an independent living care plan members of the family should work together to determine what is the best plan of action for the elderly person in question. Spend a day with your loved one and make notations about how they are physically and emotionally throughout the day. Are they tired in the afternoon? Do they seem agitated or anxious in the evening? Are they very alert in the morning? These are all things you should consider when making your plan. Do this over the course of a week several times so you can get a feel for the patterns of their behavior. Once you have established a basis for activity, begin your plan. Schedule the activities that require the most attention when the person is most alert. Arrange for in-home care if there are times that seem the person needs extra care. The paln is all going to be individualized.
Should I get help making a living care plan?
A living care plan should be made with the combined efforts of family members. Many times the contributing efforts of many people will help create the best plan. If you do not have access to your family, there are many services that will come in to your home and help you make arrangements.
Is there help for me if I can not make a living care plan on my own?
There are many services available throughout the community that will assist you in making a living care plan. Many churches or other civic organizations will also help you to create a viable plan. Look in a community resourse guide for information
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