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About Home Instead Senior Care – Cheyenne, WY
If you have an aging family member that needs extra help, but doesn’t want to go to assisted living, there’s a better option. Home care is probably the best option for everyone involved. Home Instead Senior Care is a professional home care agency providing necessary personal care services to the senior residents of Cheyenne.
Senior Home Care Benefits
The first advantage of home health care is seniors are happier in the comfort and privacy of their own homes. For aging and homebound individuals, in-home care means staying independent and maintaining their dignity.
While staying in their own home is a clear benefit for seniors, Home Instead Senior Care has more benefits.
- More Independent
- Security, Convenience, Convenience
- Gives Family Caregivers A Break
- Costs Less Than A Nursing Home
- Individual Care
- Full Service
Home Care Services Offered at Home Instead Senior Care
Home Instead Senior Care will aid your senior family member with a full choice of services whether its temporary or permanant. If f your loved one needs short or long-term care, you can depend on us to make them more comfortable with all the services we offer.
Home Instead Senior Care offers a diverse selection of helpful in-home care options. We provide Personal care, Colostomy care, Dressing, Personal hygiene and bathing, Diet and meals, Medication management, Companion care, Help with activities of daily living, Household chores, Surgery recovery, Alzheimer’s care, Weekend care, Ventilator maintenance and care, Short term care, …and many more - call for all services available..
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Staff and Caregivers at Home Instead Senior Care
It takes a special kind of caregiver to be able to work for Home Instead Senior Care. There are many people who apply do not meet our standards. Only a few are accepted. The steps to join our team is not easy, but the results speak for themselves. A thorough background check that exceeds Wyoming requirements is one of the many steps that a caregiver must pass.
Cheyenne Home Care Pricing
There are several factors that contribute to the cost of in-home senior care. Every senior has unique needs. Level of care needed, weekly hours, and supplies used all affect the price of home care.
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Home Instead Senior Care – Reviews
Home Instead staff in Cheyenne Wyoming have done a great job for my elderly parents. I recommend them highly.
I would like to think all the staff at home instead senior care for this support as I am a care giver who has currently lost their grandmother.
Home instead transportation that has been helping our mom has been wonderful. She is caring and kind and mom loves her. We feel better knowing when we cannot be there that she has someone she can trust. Thank you!
Home Instead has been a lifesaver for me in keeping my father safe. The women caregivers are by nature more nurturing than the men for the most part. The small things the caregivers help with really make a difference in his life, as well as peace of mind for me. Its costly, but I understand you have insurance and bonding issues to cover as well, and hes worth it.
As a caregiver, I was matched to seniors who needed my help. The office staff and owner are totally dedicated to quality care for Cheyenne, Wyoming seniors!
Great place , caregivers truly care and take the great care of patients! No better place Ive seen so far!
For those of us who ascribe to the senior independence school of thought, Home Instead is a godsend. Independence for senior adults is often taken for granted when the senior adult lives close to family; but for those of us who do not enjoy that luxury, it does become problematic at times. I was extremely impressed with your services, your staff personnel...really, every aspect of your services. One area I think that may be not only problematic for seniors released from a hospital stay and sent home with a shopping cart full of drugs for pain, but dangerous. I usually pride myself when it comes to due diligence for nearly every aspect of my health, but I fell short this time...and as it turns out, it was all due to a computer glitch at the hospital. I came home with Percoset, Tramadol, Flexeril and Flomax. I stuck with Percoset for pain relief for the first week because it does not have the marked drowsiness experienced with the others. I was abl e to onl y use one tablet three times a day at first and then just once a day and continued to see progress on my recovery every day. This was a 65 tab prescription and rather than request a refill of that amount, I opted to utilize the tramadol and flexeril. It was a huge mistake. On the second and third days of using them I experienced nearly all of the symptoms listed after I finally realized I needed to check the computer. I was dismayed and astonished to learn that seniors my age should not take flexeril. I stopped all drugs, except for ibuprofen (which was allowed 30 days out from procedure) and am now feeling much better. I do remember that prior to my procedure, the doctor had experienced a problem with getting the correct information in the computer and the nurse said for him to input his order and ignore anything that was displayed. What was displayed was all of the choices for pain meds that I came home with...not certain if that was supposed to happen or not. I don t know how common an occurrence this is for others, but perhaps seniors who live alone should be vetted a little more extensively about their after care plans. I chose to stay with a close friend, who agreed to bring me home, because I was feeling really well and experiencing minimal pain. I was not ready for the prescribed meds to knock back my recovery so hard and so quickly. I guess what Im suggesting is that seniors should be advised to carefully examine their prescribed medications and then proceed with caution. Most of us tend to accept what our doctors and their nursing staff advise without vocalizing any concerns. In my case, the doctors nurse had checked in with me about a week from the surgery and I was well on the way to recovery. It honestly never occurred to me that the switch in meds would have such a dramatically negative effect. This is one of the reasons I believe HI is a very valuable service and would highly recommend it to anyone in my category. I loved that you and your staff were so responsive and care providers were all very professional and caring as well. I dont believe I couldve had a more beneficial experience.
I can honestly say that everyone in the office is truly very warm kind and love their job as well as the other caregivers. The office staff is by far the best employers ever! Bob Mandi Nicole and everyone else youre the best!!
Outstanding staff and CAREGivers.