Senior Isolation & Loneliness: How Can You Help?
Lonely Without Being Alone
In this current Covid-19 pandemic, seniors who live in assisted living facilities may suffer from increased loneliness and isolation. Although there are many residents in these communities, loneliness among the elder population prevails. Isolation can have a significant impact on seniors and is linked to serious health problems. It is an unpleasant, debilitating feeling of emptiness. While our loved ones moved to assisted living facilities for their safety, socialization and well-being, many adults have become isolated due to the quarantine restrictions in place. It is especially painful when loved ones cannot visit due to Covid-19 fears.
Lack Of Companionship
As we face the restrictions of COVID-19, the evolving rules for visits from family and friends is difficult to navigate. With regulations being updated all the time, it can feel impossible to connect with your loved ones. That is where Home Care Connectors can help. Our fully vested, highly trained private duty aides can step in to help ease the loneliness for your loved one. Lack of companionship can be debilitating and tamper with their will to thrive. Our private duty aides are committed to engaging seniors with art projects, music, puzzles, conversation, supervised walks and more. Daily structure with personal interactions is so very important in these difficult times. Caring companionship helps reduce stress and anxiety, and brings needed comfort to those feeling lonely.
Safety Is Our Priority
Home Care Connectors strictly adheres to safety guidelines provided by the CDC. Our employees are very familiar with the guidelines and dutiful in carrying out their procedures to ensure the safety of your loved ones. We are prepared to adapt as we move through the pandemic and adjust based on the recommendations released by the CDC. Most importantly, we are proud to be able to provide care and companionship for seniors in this difficult time.
Our team is well equipped to care for people with Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, ALS, Cancer, Multiple Sclerosis as well as people who are recovering from a stroke and much more. From homemaking and companionship, to mobility assistance and personal care, we’re here for you and your family. We offer our services in Darien, Greenwich, Stamford, New Canaan, Fairfield and throughout Fairfield County Connecticut. For more information about our services, please reach out to us today.