Organization Helps Improve Home Care for Aging Veterans
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Organization Helps Improve Home Care for Aging Veterans

Veterans Home Care Guidelines

How important is organization in life? If you were to ask just about any veteran, whether they rely on home care or not, they would generally have strong opinions about this topic. After all, by serving in the United States military, it was likely incredibly important that they maintained organization and orderliness for many different reasons.

Once somebody is discharged from service, whether they retired, their term of enlistment ended, or anything else, they would enter civilian life. Many of these veterans carry with them the tips and tricks that helped them stay organized in the first place. However, as life becomes busy, responsibilities mount up, and age begins to slow them down, these habits can begin to fall away.

For aging veterans, organization can be something they struggle with because of physical limitations, a challenge in maintaining mental focus, or anything else.

January is Get Organized Month and for aging veterans, home care can be a great asset that helps them achieve that goal and start the year off on a better footing.

Resolutions and looking ahead.

January is a time when many people focus on making resolutions, things they want to change and improve about their life. The vast majority of these resolutions have a tendency to fall by the wayside before the end of the month, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t really all that important.

In fact, by thinking about things people want to change about themselves, it highlights an important thing: aspects of their life they are not completely happy with.

For an elderly veteran who may be struggling to maintain their house, take care of themselves, or are simply frustrated by the challenges that seem to follow them wherever they go now, relying on the support and assistance of a home care aide can be incredibly beneficial. Still, while the senior is relying on the assistance of a home care aide, organization can improve that relationship tremendously.

How organization improves home care.

By being more organized, it often leads to less clutter. Less clutter in the house can improve safety by reducing trip and fall accidents and other hazards.

Organization can also make it easier to keep track of medications, doctor’s appointments, and much more.

An experienced home care aide can help lead an aging veteran to better organizational skills for this phase of their life and the future ahead.

For more information and to learn about veterans home care guidelines, contact Veteran’s Home Care at (888) 314-6075.

Bonnie Laiderman, CEO

Bonnie Laiderman, founder and president of Veterans Home Care®, has helped more than 16,000 veterans and their spouses receive in-home care through the unique VetAssist® Program. Started in 2003 as a one-woman operation, Bonnie has overseen the growth of the company to become one of the largest women-owned companies in the St. Louis Metro Region. Veterans Home Care has also earned the Better Business Bureau's Torch Award for Ethics and Inc. 5000 award of fastest growing companies six times. Now with offices coast-to-coast, Veterans Home Care serves our veterans in 44 states throughout the country.