Elder Care Services in St Petersburg, Tampa and Pinellas County FL

Elder care helps senior citizens retain independence and dignity

Today there is more demand for elder care than ever before.  Bayshore Home Health Care help meet this demand in in Clearwater, Hillsborough County, Pasco County, Pinellas County and Tampa. Their senior care services enable elderly people remain in their homes and still receive the medical and personal attention they need.


Private elder care services enable senior citizens to retain independence and freedom and continue to enjoy the comforts of the home they know. Without professional elder care, many senior citizen will need to move to an old age home or assisted living facility.


Elder care services include basic medical services, assisted living and companionship. Medical services include visits by a trained nurse, administration of medication, wound dressing and similar tasks. The nurse will also communicate with the patient’s doctor as and when required.


Assisted living services include hygiene care such as washing, bathing and dressing. It also includes help around the home with chores such as meal preparation, laundry and cleaning. Elder care services also include shopping and transport.


When a person ages, daily tasks often become more difficult. A personal care giver will assist with homemaking and companionship. A personal assistant will tale light housekeeping and ensure the client can live in a comfortable and dignified manner.


It is also important that the client can get to his or doctor or medical facility when needed. Elder care services can also include medical transportation as well as transportation for shopping or just visiting friends or attending religious services.


A health care company such as Bayshore understands that each client’s needs are different and therefore offers custom plans to address specific needs and circumstances. Whatever your home health care needs, Bayshore has a plan that will work for you, your family and your budget.

Published Date: February 24, 2017