Proactive Health Care Services LLC provides only the most professional care for clients who need attention. Proactive Healthcare Services is an In-Home Care Service that is locally owned and operated.
We make it our priority to provide only the utmost physical support, moral reinforcement, healthy, reliable and safe living surroundings, understanding and compassion for seniors and the families who care for their loved ones. Our excellent Home Care services are provided by treating all our clients with respect, regardless of their gender, religion, age or race, and with the highest ethical, moral and business norms. We strongly believe that we make a positive difference in the quality of our clients' lives. We carefully screen, select and train our professionals in Healthcare Services to provide In-Home Care and Respite for Families, and make it possible for seniors and their families to continue living independent lives in the comfort of their own homes for as long as possible. We would like our clients and prospects to know that we are not only your healthcare professional. We are also your dependable family member who is on call 24 hours a day and not just for home care. Our services are provided when clients are living at the following places: Skilled Nursing Facilities Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Facilities, Continuing Care Retirement, Facilities Rehabilitation Centers, Hospitals Additionally, Proactive Healthcare Services is an equal opportunity employer, and holds no discrimination towards race, gender and religion. We are on-call after hours and can be reached at (267) 369-5503.
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[08/15/13] How long is it reasonable for a loved one to live at home? With the type of help we provide, seniors can remain at home into their 90s, according to a national study, which indicated 59 percent of Americans who have reached 90 are still living in their homes.
[08/13/13] Did you know that a recent study found that the use of paid in-home non-medical care is associated with a lower rate of in-office doctor visits, thus helping to improve seniors' quality of life while helping them save on healthcare expenditures?
[08/08/13] We can go to your loved ones home and conduct an assessment. We'll report back on the services that would appear to be necessary to ensure that your loved ones can remain at home.
[08/06/13] Did you know home care extends life? A study by the U.S. General Accounting Office has established that people receiving home care tend to live longer and have a better quality of life. Home care helps not only add years to life, but "life to years."
[08/01/13] For most of us, just thinking about doctors, nurses, and hospitals can increase anxiety. Thoughts of home, however, can have the opposite effect. Evidence shows that home care can help reduce stress.
[07/30/13] What if your elderly loved one has a fall? Who will be there to offer assistance or medical attention? With a full-time home caregiver, you can be sure that your family member always has the support they need.
[07/25/13] Most individuals who are terminally ill prefer to live their final days surrounded by friends and family in the comfort of their own home. That may be why there is a growing public acceptance and demand for hospice care. Talk to your loved ones to decide if home care is right for you.
[07/23/13] Let your parents or other loved ones retain their independence as long as possible and live at home with the help of a variety of services we offer. It's difficult for many caregivers who work full time and have their own family to also be available at all times for elderly family members.
[07/18/13] Did you know that seniors who live at home have a longer lifespan than other seniors who receive institutionalized care? That's the conclusion of a study by the U.S. General Accounting Office.
[07/16/13] Did you know that by the end of 2011, the US senior population had increased by 3 million to nearly 49 million, thanks to the Baby Boomers? By 2025, the US senior population, which was 35 million in the year 2000, will have more than doubled to 72 million.
[07/11/13] The strain of holding a job while caring for a senior can take a serious toll on a caregiver's career. Did you know that our companion care services can help supplement the care you provide so you can have more time to focus on yourself and your career?
[07/09/13] Did you know that according to a survey by the National Alliance for Care giving and AARP, more than 65 million people -- 29% of the US population -- provide care for a chronically ill, disabled or aged family member?
[07/04/13] Did you know that 77 percent of family members who care for elderly loved ones say their care giving duties are taking a toll on their family lives? Our professional caregivers provide the support and services that seniors need so that family careers can take a well-deserved break.
[07/02/13] We recognize that your desire to stay in your home is both sensible and understandable. That's why we provide in-home care that ranges from a few hours a day to 24/7 care. Our caregivers will help you right in the comfort of your own home.
[06/27/13] While nursing homes and other elder care institutions have their place, nothing compares to the one-on-one care seniors receive from our professional caregivers. Our highly-skilled staff offers not only practical help for seniors but also companionship and conversation.
[06/25/13] Did you know that a recent study comparing a group of seniors using paid in-home non-medical care and a group of older adults who did not have such care found that the first group had about 25 percent fewer doctors visits per year?
[06/20/13] Has your parent been forgetting appointments, or missing parts of their regular routine? If so, it might be a sign that they need a caregiver to help them at home.
[06/18/13] Did you know that seniors with paid in-home non-medical care receive on average 87.9 hours of care per week versus 35 hours of care for those without? In other words, older adults with companion care receive about two and a half times more care than those without.
[06/13/13] Are your parents able to safely walk up and down their stairs? This is key is deciding whether or not your parents are able to live by themselves.
[06/11/13] An AARP survey found that 85 percent of Americans over the age of 65 said they want to stay in their homes as they age. In order to remain at home and be able to age in place, most seniors need caregivers who can check on them and provide them with assistance.
[06/06/13] Allow us to handle the mundane and life's little emergencies, so your loved one can spend their energy enjoying their retirement years.
[06/04/13] Does your parent have random bruises or scratches on them? If they're from falling or bumping into things around the house, your parent might need a caregiver in their home.
[05/30/13] Home care agencies can provide a wealth of services for older adults. Going through a licensed home care agency will assure that individuals are screened and qualified to enter the home and provide direct care.
[05/28/13] Experience your retirement years with respectful and professional assistance without leaving the place you love.
[05/23/13] It's no surprise that studies consistently show seniors overwhelmingly prefer to age in place. In fact, an AARP survey showed that nearly 8 out of 10 seniors said living at home was their preferred option.
[05/21/13] A top benefit of home care is a pretty obvious one. It's at home! There are such positive feelings that all of us associate with being home. When we are not feeling well, most of us ask to go home. When we are feeling well, we enjoy the sanctity of our residences and the joy of being with our loved ones.
[05/16/13] Did you know that as society moves away from institutionalizing seniors in favor of allowing them to stay in their own homes, in-home companion care will come to play an ever-increasing role in ensuring that seniors receive necessary and appropriate care?
[04/11/13] National statistics show that more and more seniors are finding a way to live in their homes as long as possible. According to a University of Michigan retirement study, more than 80 percent of people who are 65 live at home.
[04/09/13] Do you and your parents have a care plan as they age? The older seniors get, the more likely it is they will need assistance. About 40 percent of people over the age of 85 need care assistance.
[04/04/13] Home care is the oldest form of healthcare - and it is also the "newest. Modern technology has developed to the point where many services that are available in the hospital can be provided at home.
[04/02/13] If you have a growing concern for your independent loved one's safety and well-being, it is time to stop worrying. An assisted living home can be the answer you are looking for.
[03/28/13] In a nursing home, seniors may have to wait their turn to be fed, walked, or cared for. A home caregiver, on the other hand, is readily available and will spend more time with seniors, offering them the unique care that each one deserves.
[03/26/13] FACT: In-home care promotes healing. Several studies have shown that patients heal more quickly in the comfort of their own home.
[03/21/13] Does your elderly parent have dementia issues? When putting together an in-home care plan, make sure you assess if they are able to make decisions on their own, if they pose any safety threats to themselves, or if they are at risk of wandering off and getting lost.
[03/19/13] Did you know that in the US, more than 43 million caregivers aged 18 or older -- about 19 percent of the country's adult population -- are providing care to an adult family member or friend who is at least 50 years old?