Wellspring Home Health announced the release of a guide to hiring in-home support for people in need of disability care. The organization is a leading provider of high-quality home care for residents of Anchorage, Alaska, and Washington State who have a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits their life activity.
More information is available at https://www.wellspringhomehealth.com/disability-care-what-you-should-know-about-your-service-provider
The newly released guide aims to answer many of the questions people have when they set out to hire a provider of in-home disability care.
Home care has been on the rise for some time, having grown 44% in the past five years according to a recent study by an industry source. In 2020 alone, U.S. home care spending reached an all-time high of $113.5 billion. Even when the pandemic is over, 67% of people surveyed said they plan to use in-home care in place of institutional arrangements.
Wellspring Home Health has been at the forefront of the increasing demand for home care for over a decade, providing high-quality, safe, and affordable support for its customers since 1995. The recently released guide emphasizes the importance of hiring a disability care professional who is well trained, devoted, caring, and trustworthy – someone who will care for another like they are family.
It is equally important, according to the guide, that the disability care provider hired is competent in the specific services a client requires. This is significant because disability care can be needed for various reasons: it could be a short-term need to support recovery from a surgery or a more long-term need based on a chronic condition.
The team at Wellspring Home Health responds to requests for home care services based on a client’s needs and circumstances. Disabled veterans, seniors, and other individuals might be looking for someone to provide skilled or unskilled services or a combination of both. Skilled care services are usually prescribed by a physician and include certified nursing assistance, speech therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and medical social work.
Unskilled services refer to providing the types of support that make life easier for a patient such as meal preparation, housekeeping, errands, feeding assistance, bathing, and transportation.
According to a spokesperson for Wellspring Home Health, “If you’ve reached the point where you’re ready to start working with a disability care agency, and you’re based in Alaska or Pierce County, Washington, our friendly and professional team can help.”
Interested parties can find more information on disability home care at the above-mentioned website or https://www.wellspringhomehealth.com
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