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It’s true that the baby boomer population continues to age further and further into their advanced years. What this ultimately means is that more and more family members will be faced with making crucial decisions on the behalf of their elderly loved ones. Chief among these decisions deal with various healthcare issues. On this page we’ll discuss finding in-home healthcare for elderly members of your family.
If you’re responsible for someone who:
Odds are you will have to begin the process of contracting an appropriate healthcare company.
So, as you start the process of selecting an in-home healthcare agency there are a few steps that you should keep in mind. First you should try to screen multiple agencies at the same time.
And while you’re screening try to be selective. You should never settle for the first agency that you like. There could always be one better. The agency you settle on should meet all of your needs.
An important part of the screening process is asking for references and then checking up on them. This will give you a better idea of what the agency in question offers than just the interviews alone.
Finally we’ve put together a series of questions for you to ask during the screening process:
Ridgefield Visiting Nurse Association
27 Governor Street
Ridgefield, CT 06877
F: 203-431-6583, or