For Clients and Families: Caring for Your Loved One During COVID-192021-05-20T14:53:43-04:00

For Clients and Families: Caring for Your Loved One During COVID-19

Last updated: 5/20/2021

Although so much of our world has changed with COVID-19, our resolve to be the premier resource for home care services for older adults has only strengthened. We know that you need to rest assured that your loved one’s safety and well-being are in good hands – now and always.

Below are links to information and resources to help you understand how Family & Nursing Care is operating and addressing the unique needs of older adults during COVID-19.

Home Care Services During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has shown us just how important having access to in-home Caregivers is. Family & Nursing Care continues to work with families and health care professionals alike to keep clients safe at home and protect them from this virus.

Click here to learn more about how we are continuing to provide best-in-class Home Care services during this difficult time.

Combatting Isolation During COVID-19

During normal conditions, older adults are at a greater risk for isolation and depression caused by lack of ability to do things that used to bring them joy and decreased interactions with people and the world around them. During COVID-19, we are all experiencing this—and perhaps have a better understanding of the mental health challenges our senior population faces.

We understand that social, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth cannot stop during this time—especially for older adults.

Click here for a list of stimulating activities we’ve put together to keep clients engaged, positive, and moving forward.

COVID-19 Resources for At-Home Care

In this time of uncertainty, information is key.

Click here for a list of resources that provide information to help keep you and your loved one safe at home.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

We are here to support you and your loved one through these trying times.

Click here for a list of frequently asked questions and answers (FAQs) that address how Family & Nursing Care is operating through COVID-19.