There’s no more difficult time than when someone you love starts requiring home healthcare. Whether they’ve endured injuries or they’re coming down with the early stages of Alzheimer’s, it’s a tricky spot in life, and it begins to weigh on the life you’ve made for yourself. If you’re going to consider home health care as an option and want to call in the professionals, ask yourself a few questions first to see if that’s the stage you’re at.
Is my quality of life also being affected?
In most cases, you’re caring for a parent figure and find yourself torn between their lives and the life you’ve made for yourself. If your quality of life is being severely affected, including being late to or missing days of work, seeing performance decreases, and not spending enough time with your family, things may be getting out of hand. You can’t burn the candle at both ends forever.
Can I provide the level of care that my loved ones need?
When things get increasingly medical, it can be difficult to learn a whole new set of skills and refine them to the level that your loved one needs. If you find yourself questioning your qualifications, you might be in the stage of this journey to hire professionals to ensure that your loved one gets the care that they deserve.
Are they happy?
Depending on the situation and the individual, there could be a huge amount of guilt or unhappiness if they’re the reason that you miss certain things, or they can see you becoming increasingly tired. Your loved ones also love you, and they want what’s best for everyone.
When you need the ultimate solution to ensure that everyone is happy, when you need to explore home healthcare options, give Sutton In-Home Senior Care a call at 417-865-8812 and discover how we can help.
Brooke provides trusted home care services to numerous patients in the Springfield market which has earned her agency the reputation of being the premier home care agency in this area.
Brooke Sutton’s journey to the home care sector began while she was working as a Registered Nurse at Lakeland Behavioral Health.While at Lakeland, she learned and developed her skill working with psychiatric patients as well as patients with Alzheimer’s and dementia. After Lakeland, Brooke worked as a Community Health Nurse for the Arc of the Ozarks providing home health care services to dual diagnosis patients living at home.Brooke has also worked in the Emergency Room setting which has given her the ability to recognize and communicate problems and potential issues before they arise.
Brooke and her husband Sean live in Springfield and have three children (Brett who is twelve, Karaline who is eight, and Henry who is four).Brooke is active in church and enjoys spending her free time at Table Rock Lake or with family and friends.