Talking to Elderly Parents about
Home Care
It can be difficult for your elderly parents to admit
they need support at home, it’s even more difficult
for you to broac...
They just want to do their own thing
like they have done for years…
It’s better to lay the cards on the table now,
rather than when a crisis point is reached…
You might find they’ve got concerns anyway
and they’ll be pleased you’ve brought it up…
Be sensitive in your approach, try to listen to
their concerns, and what they want out of
life…
Take the opportunity to talk when you’re on
neutral territory and everyone is feeling
relaxed and together…
Let them know that you love them, you’re
worried about them and that you want to
help…
They might not react well to the suggestion of
getting help, try not to treat them like a child
and respect their wishes, ...
Alleviate fears. Home care is a support service, it’s
not designed to take over their lives, it’s there to
support their i...
Early intervention, even a few hours of support a
week can prevent later crises requiring
hospitalisation, or worse …
Carewatch can help you at every step of the way, it
can help to have a care professional come and chat
with you all togeth...
Call us on 0800 270 7000 for an obligation
free meeting to get support and guidance
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How to talk to your elderly parents about getting a little help at home

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Talking to elderly parents about home care

  1. 1. Talking to Elderly Parents about Home Care
  2. 2. It can be difficult for your elderly parents to admit they need support at home, it’s even more difficult for you to broach the subject with them…
  3. 3. They just want to do their own thing like they have done for years…
  4. 4. It’s better to lay the cards on the table now, rather than when a crisis point is reached…
  5. 5. You might find they’ve got concerns anyway and they’ll be pleased you’ve brought it up…
  6. 6. Be sensitive in your approach, try to listen to their concerns, and what they want out of life…
  7. 7. Take the opportunity to talk when you’re on neutral territory and everyone is feeling relaxed and together…
  8. 8. Let them know that you love them, you’re worried about them and that you want to help…
  9. 9. They might not react well to the suggestion of getting help, try not to treat them like a child and respect their wishes, the more you push, the more difficult it will be…
  10. 10. Alleviate fears. Home care is a support service, it’s not designed to take over their lives, it’s there to support their independence and help them to live life in the way they want to…
  11. 11. Early intervention, even a few hours of support a week can prevent later crises requiring hospitalisation, or worse …
  12. 12. Carewatch can help you at every step of the way, it can help to have a care professional come and chat with you all together…
  13. 13. Call us on 0800 270 7000 for an obligation free meeting to get support and guidance
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