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Hospice care or end of life care is designed for people who are terminally ill and in the advanced stages of their illness. The primary focus of hospice care is to prioritize the patient’s comfort and quality of life. This is usually done with various medications to help reduce pain and suffering. The patient will likely be in a hospital bed but remain in the comfort of their own home.

Fully coordinated hospice care at home:

When the disease progresses, they will likely need assistance to keep them comfortable. Our team of hospice carers is ready to help your loved one feel more social while we work hard to ensure their pain is subsided.

Support for family members:


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Undivided attention for your loved one, 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. 24/7 care is the best solution for aging adults to receive care from the comfort of their own home. Private live-in care is an excellent alternative to assisted living, as the clients will still receive dignified, around the clock care without having to move. European Best Care is here to work with you and your family. We are ready to set up a personal team just for your family members according to their specific needs. Our caregivers will work in shifts to ensure there is always an alert, competent, and friendly caregiver on hand to help.

Who will benefit the most from 24/7 support?

  • Anyone with significant or progressive memory loss
  • A person who has been known to wander
  • Anyone who feels scared to be alone at night
  • People who need constant care for illnesses
  • Elderly with limited mobility
  • People who need help eating/drinking/toileting

Handling Emergencies:

While making a call to a 911 dispatcher in the middle of the night is scary, it would be even scarier if the senior was alone. Our caregivers are fully trained to assist an older person experiencing a medical crisis. One of our expert caregivers will be in the home 24/7 to ensure that no matter what time of day or night, your loved one will be in good hands. If, for any reason, a medical crisis or emergency arises, our caretakers will immediately call the paramedics and get in contact with family members.

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General care and basic hygiene may become increasingly difficult for aging seniors. Not being able to do daily tasks like shower, use the bathroom, or get dressed alone can make people feel depressed, sick, or like a burden. We can ensure your loved one will never feel negative feelings when one of our helpers is there. Our staff is thoroughly trained and understands the scope of their work may not be the easiest, but they handle each and every situation with grace and show nothing but dignity and respect for the senior. We’re here to help show seniors that even though they may need a little extra help, that’s ok! Our care is done in a way that is discrete and never crosses personal boundaries. Each carer is expertly trained and will encourage independence whenever they can.

Options for personal care at European Best:

Personal care assists people with personal hygiene and toileting, along with dressing and maintaining their desired appearance. Check out our list of services below. Have any specific requests? Reach out to us, and a team member will work one-on-one with you to create a bespoke care schedule for your loved one.

  • Bathing and showering
  • Dressing AM/PM
  • Oral hygiene
  • Applying make-up
  • Washing, styling, and hair care
  • Support with shaving
  • Foot care (This is especially crucial for anyone with diabetes.)
  • Help with toileting
  • Changing pads, bandages, and maintaining any forms of clinical intervention (stoma, catheter bag)
  • Moving around occasionally to reduce the risk of bedsores
  • Applying creams and lotions

When we have an elderly loved one, it can be challenging to know how best to provide them with our support. Often, we fail to understand what it is that we can do to add to the quality of life for the ones we love. With seniors, merely our presence and interactions can positively affect their overall mental and physical well being. Even if you are unable to be personally active in your elderly loved ones’ daily lives, there are things you can do to ensure that they feel loved and supported.

Isolation among seniors is a problem that will continue to be on the rise as our population ages. Loneliness and social isolation among the elderly has been shown to increase their chances of poor health. Finding ways to provide support to our elderly loved ones is important to ensure that their overall health and wellbeing are cared for.

Importance Of Remaining Connected

Promoting the social connectedness of our seniors who are cared for in their homes is a top priority when it comes to their mental health and physical well being. Even for those who receive regular in-home care can become isolated socially from their peer group, causing them distress that can lead to depression.

Meeting Transportation Needs

Arranging for your loved one to attend religious and social functions is important to keep as much of a normal social schedule as possible. As they become unable to drive themselves, seniors can become withdrawn from their peers, which can lead to depression. Many transportation services exist that can be scheduled to safely transport seniors to events, meetings, appointments, and stores that will allow them to participate in activities that are important to them.


Over 8 million elderly citizens in the United States receive long-term care services each year. While getting your elderly loved one the help they need can be complicated, it is worth the time and effort you invest. If you notice your aging parent has a hard time performing routine daily tasks, it may be time to get them some help.

One of the best ways to make maintaining a home easier for your elderly loved one is by hiring a reputable home health service. Before you hire a service to provide this help to your parent, you need to talk to them and see how they feel. Some senior citizens are unwilling to give up their independence, which makes convincing them they need home health assistance difficult. Talking to your aging parent about home care will be easy if you follow the tips below.

Propose a Probationary Period

Imposing your will on an aging parent can backfire spectacularly. Rather than going into this talk on the defensive, you need to calm down and plot out what you will say. Having a game plan in place will help you get through this difficult talk without forgetting important information. One of the primary things you need to consider before talking with a senior citizen about home care services is proposing a probationary period.

This means you will agree to give home care services a try for a month or more just to see if your aging parent likes it. In most cases, your parents will grow to love the help they get from the home care service. Not only will a good home care service help with things like cooking, cleaning, and grocery shopping, they can also provide your aging parent with some much-needed socialization.

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