Why Choose New Generations
Not everyone is ready for their loved one to need their assistance full-time. In fact, at New Generations, we understand that taking on that responsibility can be stressful and unexpected. That’s why we offer the services of our compassionate caregivers. Our caregivers strive to make a difference in our patients’ lives. While some may simply help an individual with his/her daily tasks and then leave, our caregivers take the time to get to know each individual while they’re there.
“Elder Life Crisis”
When an elderly individual reaches a point where they’re no longer comfortable in their environment, they can go through what’s been called an “elder life crisis.” This is often brought on by a major life event, such as a move, a decline in health, the passing of a partner, or another emotional event. Once this event happens, an individual can feel lonely, isolated, or and/or helpless, and can lose the joy that they once found in life.
At New Generations, we help bring back that joy and our caregivers become people that troubled seniors can count on. We help re-discover interests, passions, and hobbies that a person may have once had, such as gardening, cooking, sewing, game-playing, reading, and more. When an individual can no longer perform these activities, it can deeply affect them and the feeling can extend to their family. That’s why we do more than just help with this problem; we open the door to a friendship and work to bring their spirits back up.
At this point in time, many individuals from the “baby boomer” era are beginning to need some sort of senior care. This can be especially hard for them, since baby boomers grew up to be very independent, hard-working, and goal-oriented. Today, many of these individuals are law firm leaders, corporate executives, doctors, and business owners, and settling into a less active lifestyle can be tough. We understand this, and do our best to recover that sense of importance.
Give our South Carolina senior care a try. We offer home care services that can be as little as two hours or as many as twenty four hours every day, depending on the type of care that an individual needs.