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48 North East Street Farmington, IL 61531


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Many times the focus of care for elderly is on physical needs because that is the most obvious. You can see when a person cannot walk or needs help with personal care. What is often disregarded is the emotional and social support. Losing your independence is a very traumatic experience and can have a profound effect on the quality of life a person leads. It could be something as simple as doing a crossword puzzle, playing checkers, or having a conversation about current events. The type of activity does not matter as long as it engages the mind. The best way to provide the emotional and social support is to have a companion. This could be a friend, family member or caregiver that can go and spend time with the person. If you need help finding the right caregiver contact our Client Services Department(link). They can help you find the right person and determine what type of help you may need or qualify for.

What Our Patients Say

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He was discharged from the hospital in a very "iffy" condition, not sure whether we were doing the right thing or if a nursing home might be a better choice. We soon realized we made a wonderful choice. Jesse regained his strength quickly and his incision healed in record time. He is now feeling very good and starting to look more like the guy we knew before the illness, a long hospitalization and surgery. We cannot thank you enough for all your help! The physical therapist and assistants were prompt and professional, tending to Jesse's safety needs.

November 25, 2015

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