Sometimes in life, we may be dealt with adverse circumstances that leave us to need help in our daily lives. For those born blind or lose their eyesight as they get older, in-home care can benefit a good quality of life. Although service dogs are a great help, having the extra care of a caregiver can give you and your loved one peace of mind knowing they are in safe hands.
If you are looking for in-home care for your loved one, A To Z Home Care is Arizona’s premier care home for the elderly blind. All of our caregivers are Direct Care Worker (DCW), CPR and First Aid certified and undergo a thorough background check to ensure your loved one’s safety.
As aging begins to take a toll on your loved one’s health and vision, you may be seeking home care for the elderly blind. At first, you may believe putting your loved one in a nursing home is the only option; however, A To Z’s in-home care is just as effective and has its benefits. With in-home care, your loved one will be able to be in the comfort and familiarity of their own home, as well as be close to you to visit and check-in on. If your loved one lives with you, in-home care allows you to schedule whenever you need assistance. If you need someone to care for them during the day, or when you are out running errands, A To Z’s caregivers can be there to care for your loved one. A To Z Home Care brings the care homes for elderly blind patients directly to your loved one.
Give us a call at 480-210-6390 and see how we can help you or your loved one.
Here are some of the causes of vision loss that may lead you to get home care for your elderly loved ones who are blind or visually impaired.
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is one of the leading causes of vision loss in people over 50 and comes in two forms, Dry and Wet. AMD is vision loss that occurs in the center of the eye(s). This can cause blurred vision, straight lines to look wavy and the need for more light.
The leading cause of blindness in the United States. It is caused by optic nerve damage and is typically associated with high eye pressure. The progressive loss of peripheral (side) vision. This can cause difficulty driving at night and loss of contrast.
These cause clouding in the lens of the eyes. The clouding can cause hazy vision, difficulty driving at night, double vision, difficulty distinguishing colors and sensitivity to glare.
People with diabetes can develop diabetic retinopathy. It is caused by leaky blood vessels and affects central and peripheral vision and causes blurry or changing vision, trouble reading and floaters in one’s eyes.
Although these causes may not seem detrimental to your loved one’s vision at first, as they get older, these causes can get worse and cause blindness in your loved one. And as their vision loss progresses, their ability to live independently and safely becomes diminished. This is why A To Z Home Care offers care home for the elderly blind to ensure they are safe and can live a good quality life as they get older.
Residential Care Home For The Blind
Care homes for the elderly blind do not have to be directly in facilities. You can keep your loved one in the comfort of their own home, all while receiving care from professional caregivers. The decision to place your loved one in the care of strangers can be scary. That is why the A To Z Home Care team becomes your second family and tailors their care directly to your loved one’s needs.
Losing one’s eyesight can be scary and challenging for your loved one, as well as you and your family. Your loved one has to change the way they have lived and that adjustment can be challenging. But A To Z’s care home for the elderly blind can make that transition a bit easier.
The A To Z Home Care team can help your loved one with light housekeeping, meal planning/preparation, bathing, toileting, hygiene, exercise, companionship and humor/fun.
Sit down and talk with your loved one to discuss their fears about losing their vision and what their care needs are. Take their experience and observe how their blindness affects their way of life to determine what type of care they will need in their home.
Our plan allows you to choose when you need our help, no matter what part of Arizona you are in or the time of day, A to Z is here for you and your loved one.
Call us today and get the care and companionship your loved one suffering from blindness and vision loss needs.
Eliminate the anguish of not being able to afford care.
Get paid to take care of your loved ones!
How to Become a Caregiver
If you’re hesitant about letting someone you don’t know take care of your loved one, simply work with us to get FREE certification and become a paid caregiver and provide professional home care!
We know that caring for a loved one can take its toll on your time and income, that’s why at A To Z Home Care we often train family members to become their loved one’s assigned caregiver.
We can help you get ‘Direct Care Worker’ (DCW), CPR and First Aid certified so you can get paid to take care of your family member(s).
How it Works
Apply for a caregiver in the form to the right and check the ‘I would like information on becoming a caregiver for a family member’ box.
We’ll then schedule an initial call with you to tell you more about what we do, as well as learn your needs.
Who Pays for the Care
Insurance companies pay for the care and A To Z Home Care cover the cost of the training
Once you pass the certification, you are assigned as your loved one’s caregiver and we pay YOU to take care of them. It’s that simple!
Become a part of our professional home care team today!
Have questions? Contact us
We absolutely believe we are the best people to care for your loved one. However, we also know what a big decision choosing the correct homecare partner is and that you may have some questions. Our professional care team is on hand to answer all of your questions, so call or fill out the below form today and we’ll get in touch with you right away