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What a Caregiver Does for Clients

Caregivers Give Life More Meaning

Your caregiver won’t be your entire world, but they make your world better. If you’re an older person with some issues getting along alone, or if you’re in need of long-term care, you’ve got a great option in hiring a caregiver. Many can be partially funded through insurance, including Medicare or Medi-caid. Caregivers are there to make your world better by making your life easier. Some people need caregivers after being involved in an accident, or after being diagnosed with a chronic condition. Caregivers can be there for you in ways and at times that your own family may not be able to be there for you if you are in need of extra care. Caregivers can be employed through agencies, through hospital programs, or on a contract basis directly with a client. All of the wonderful things that caregivers can do for you will make you more comfortable as you adapt to a new life change.

Making Sure Meds are Taken

One of most caregivers’ primary responsibilities is making sure that medication is taken. While only someone with proper medical training and certification will be able to actual dispense medication, a caregiver can provide reminders. These reminders, though, are just as important as having a person to dispense the medication. Sometimes, dealing with a life change related to health can be overwhelming, and can cause some to fall into depression, or neglect important things. A caregiver will be able to provide the medicine reminders, and help you stay on track.

Helping with Bathing and Dressing

People with mobility issues may have issues doing even simple things around their home. Whether help is needed because a person is of advanced age, has multiple broken limbs, or neurological difficulties, the best way to help yourself is by hiring a professional caregiver. A caregiver will be able to run a bath for anyone having difficulties getting around in their home. A caregiver can help you into your bath, help you wash, and help you get dried off, and dressed. Your caregiver may even suggest a great outfit to help you feel your best. Some caregivers also assist with going to the toilet, something that some people find uncomfortable, but eventually get used to. Sometimes, we need help in ways that make us feel like less than the person we were, but a caregiver is actually the best way to get and maintain independence.


Caregivers cannot properly care for anyone without first getting to know them. Caregivers may not always be needed to do the heavy lifting of caring for someone – some people are perfectly capable of caring for themselves long-term, but lack the comfort of having friends and family close by. If this is the case, a caregiver can be hired to stop by your home, and spend some time getting to know you. Caregivers can make cooking and make fun activities out of cleaning around the home. Caregivers are called, ‘caregivers’ because their priority is to care for another person, and make that person’s overall well-being a priority. Don’t underestimate the power of hiring a caregiver for yourself, or a loved one.

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.
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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.