It’s no doubt that we live in an age where technology is a central part of everyday life. Many of us didn’t grow up having a cellphone at our disposals, computers in our homes or even automatic coffee makers. Nowadays these items are used on a daily basis by millions around the globe, and advancements in technology are growing by the day. For those of us who remember a time when speaking to a friend or loved one meant calling them on a landline, writing a letter or driving to their home, latest modes of communication can be difficult to maneuver.
Affordable Care at Home wants your in-home care experience to be comfortable, safe, effective and nonrestrictive. Our caregivers are here to not only meet your daily living needs, but also help you stay connected with friends and loved ones near and far. Setting up an email or social networking/media account is easy with a guiding hand. Communicating online through Skype and FaceTime allows you to not only speak but also see who you are talking to on your computer or cellphone, while an account on Facebook or Twitter allows you to share about your day, view and post pictures and stay up to date with the daily lives of your family members and friends. These and many more can be accessed on computers, laptops and your cellphone with ease. This may be an easier way to communicate with those around you if you find writing difficult due to arthritis or hand mobility limitations or have difficulty speaking due to other conditions.
Keeping in touch online with those we cherish helps to keep us involved in the lives of those we may not get to see every day, especially those from younger generations who are quite accustomed to online communication. Along with meeting all of your in-home care needs with compassionate, reliable, quality care, let Affordable Care at Home help you reach out and stay connected.