Elder Woman Receiving In-Home Care Through Her Young Caregiver

Types of In-Home Care

All of Us Sometimes Need Help

Aging, accidents, and prolonged periods of difficult times can possibly render us unable to care for ourselves. Recovery and a long, healthy life can still be possible, but you need to seek out a healing process that works for you. Some of us thrive under direct supervision, but some of us just need a little help around the house every couple of days. Making sure that you get the type of help that you need is extremely important to restoring or maintaining your vitality.


Caregiving is aimed primarily at senior citizens who are having a difficult time caring for themselves. As we age, we find ourselves slowing down, and having difficulty doing things that we used to find so easy. This is natural, and we are lucky if we make it to senior citizenhood. Sometimes, though, a little extra care can make a big difference in how we live, and having a little extra companionship can make a big difference in how we feel. A caregiver can do simple things, like reminding you to take your medicine, meal prep, and light housekeeping. A caregiver can also perform more involved tasks for you, like walking or running with you, driving you to appointments, and grocery shopping. Having a caregiver isn’t only for seniors who need a little extra help and companionship, but also for younger people who have been seriously injured, and people with special needs. Because of the sensitive nature of the job, Caregivers must be thoroughly and carefully screened, and thoroughly trained.

Skilled Nursing

Skilled nurses are valuable assets to any caregiving company. For those fortunate enough to have access to a home health nurse, they are able to do more for each patient’s medical needs. Skilled nurses can administer medicine, whether the medicine comes in pill form, or intravenous drugs, making them an important resource for those who are recovering from major surgery. Many surgical procedures can leave a person with extremely limited mobility. Nurses can give medical advice and teach others how to care for their exterior medical devices. Nurses are a great resource for those in need of end-of-life care, particularly for those persons who are in constant need of medical supervision.


Injuries can get the best of us at any age. Painful and sometimes involving lasting damage, our bodies heal quicker and more completely when properly cared for. Getting the proper care for your healing body means getting all the right foods, but it also means moving around, and getting your blood flowing. Physical rehabilitation, or physical therapy, is a well-received and strongly recommended way of recuperating from injury or detrimental illness. Through a combination of stretching, massage, and light exercise, your body is given a real chance to heal, giving you a chance to get back to the person you were before the trauma.


Contrary to the way that many people think, the need for psychological counseling, also called therapy, does not mean that one is weak, or unstable. Different people will handle life circumstances and life changes differently, and not everyone can emerge from difficult times in one piece. Dealing with the thoughts and emotions that you may experience after difficult times can be a challenge, but a therapist can assist you.

Our Caregivers Are Here to Help. Reach Out Today.

If you or a loved one needs in-home care, let Agility Health lend a helping hand.
Contact us today for more information and a free consultation.

We Are Here to Help. Reach Out Today.

If you or a loved one needs in-home care, let Agility Health lend a helping hand.
Contact us today for more information and a free consultation.