At Folsom Home Health Care, we find it very important to make sure that your loved ones are living in a clean and clutter free environment. In most cases, it helps improve their mood and contributes to their health. If they are unable to clean their home as thoroughly as they would like to, they may feel useless. They want to live in a clean environment as much as anyone. Besides, germs need to be disinfected because if they are not then it can cause illnesses to occur. They may also need help simply sweeping up and clearing away cobwebs. This may not seem like a big deal to you but if you are at home more often than ever before, these types of things do not go unrecognized. It is sure to bother you if you have to sit there and watch it accumulate and aren’t able to do anything about it. This is why many turn to our home care services for light housekeeping services.
Helping With Organization
When you start to see mail starting to pile up, there are likely some unpaid bills and other notices in with their mail. You can’t be sure. While they likely have the ability to pay their bills, they may simply avoid getting around to it in time. Perhaps they simply forget about their bills and when they are due. With our light housekeeping services, we do more than clean. Our professional team of home care experts will also help your loved ones organize their bills and get them paid on-time. They even go, as far as to help them with stay in contact with loved ones via email or photo sharing. This helps them stay connected to those who they love the most.
Kitchen Organization and Cleaning
Keeping a kitchen organized is difficult for the average person, and is even more so for an elderly person who doesn’t have the same level of mobility. However, if your aging parent still enjoys cooking but they are finding it difficult to find anything, we can help them arrange their kitchen so that they are able to continue doing what they enjoy, cooking. We will also make sure that their kitchen is safe and clean. This may involve our routinely cleaning their counter tops, sweeping and mopping their floors, taking out trash, cleaning dishes, stove tops, oven, toasters, cleaning their pantry and drawers. A big part of keeping their kitchen clean also involves keeping their refrigerator neat and clean.
Not everyone wants people in their private spaces, such as their bathroom. However, when you have an aging parent, this might be a welcomed invitation to do so, especially if the person entering their personal space can help keep them safe. We can make sure that there are no slippery surfaces and that there is no lose rugs that they could slip on. We’ll arrange the medicine cabinet so that they have easy access to their prescription drugs. We keep them safe within their bathroom.