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Are you or someone you love struggling to cope with a chronic and disabling illness such as multiple sclerosis, dementia/alzheimer's, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, ALS, quadriplegia, paraplegia, respiratory failure, acute & chronic dysphagia, and hemiparesis? If so, long-term care could be the solution to alleviate daily needs such as bathing, dressing, and transferring.

Who Needs Long-term Care?

Long-term care services are for individuals who cannot carry out daily activities due to an illness, disability, or aging. This may include bathing, dressing, eating and using the toilet, as well as shopping, housekeeping, and managing medications. Long-term care services do not only pertain to seniors; anyone of any age may require it as needed due to disabling conditions.

Multiple Sclerosis

Long-term care is especially vital for those living with multiple sclerosis. This neurological condition impacts walking ability, vision, and body movement—necessitating ongoing support services to meet physical and emotional needs.


Individuals living with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) may need assistance with daily activities like bathing, dressing, and eating. Long-term care must also be provided to manage symptoms and keep individuals comfortable.

Acute and Chronic Dysphagia

Individuals diagnosed with dysphagia require assistance when eating and drinking as well as participating in other related activities. Long-term care services may help them remain independent while improving quality of life.

Dementia /Alzheimer's

Due to the progressive nature of Alzheimer's disease, those affected require special care and compassion as it progresses. Decision making assistance as well as someone to manage medications is often required. Long term-care must also be provided so as to maintain independence as long as possible.


People living with quadriplegia frequently require assistance with mobility, self-care, and communication issues. Long-term care for quadriplegia patients is key in order to help preserve independence and maximize quality of life.


People living with hemiparesis may require assistance with mobility, self-care, and communication issues. Long-term care is vital in order to manage symptoms and ensure comfort for these individuals.

Muscular Dystrophy

This genetic condition gradually weakens muscles over time, making it increasingly difficult to walk or perform daily tasks. Long-term care services will assist those living with muscular dystrophy to maintain independence and increase quality of life.


People living with paraplegia often require assistance with everyday activities like bathing, dressing, and transferring. Long-term care services provide physical, emotional, and spiritual support that may make life more manageable.

Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy is a developmental disorder affecting movement and coordination, speech production and learning ability. People living with cerebral palsy may require assistance with mobility, communication and self-care. Long-term care can provide vital assistance as they adjust to their disabilities while upholding quality of life.

Respiratory Failure

People living with respiratory failure may require assistance with breathing-related activities, including suctioning and oxygen therapy. Long-term care services are crucial in order to remain independent and enhance quality of life for those affected by respiratory failure.

What Does Long-term Care Include?

Long-term care services aim to meet the needs of those suffering from chronic or disabling illnesses. These may include assistance with daily tasks like bathing, dressing, transferring, meal preparation assistance, shopping assistance, and managing medications. Furthermore, long-term care offers emotional and social support to ensure individuals receive both physical and psychological assistance.

  • Help With Daily Needs: Long-term care can include assistance with daily activities like bathing, dressing, and transferring. This assistance can be especially useful for individuals whose conditions have led to decreased motor skills or mobility.
  • Meal Prep: Individuals needing help in this area can also receive meal preparation services to ensure they get enough nutrients in their diet for overall good health and activity levels.
  • Transferring: Individuals who require assistance transferring from bed or chair to wheelchair may benefit from long-term care services to remain independent and safe when performing this task.
  • Medication Administration: Long-term care services can assist those living with cognitive impairments by making sure that they take their medications in accordance with their schedules and doses.
  • Nursing and Therapy: Patients who require more immediate need with medication management, bowel care, lab draws, and overall symptom management of diagnosis, can all benefit from ongoing care through nursing and therapy. Therapy is often required for Home Exercise Program management and reassessments with various stages of diseases. Due to the degrading effects of diseases, nurses and therapists can offer their services to assess transfers, assess basic ADL & iADL activities, and help acquire new and updated equipment for the home.
  • Relieve Caregiver Fatigue: Long-term care services may also help ease caregiver fatigue by giving family or friends much-needed relief from their duties.
  • In-Home Care: In-home care is one of the most frequently employed forms of long-term care, involving caregivers coming into a person's home to offer services such as personal hygiene assistance, medication administration, and light housekeeping duties. Home health aides may also provide companionship while shopping or running errands on behalf of their client.
  • Peace of Mind: Long-term care provides individuals and their families peace of mind knowing that those they need receive the care necessary for independence and safety. Long-term care can make all the difference for those struggling with chronic illnesses or disabilities, providing quality of life while maintaining independence, as well as security for families who support these loved ones. With proper support in place, individuals can remain as healthy and active as possible no matter their age or disability status.

Long-term care can be invaluable to those suffering from chronic illnesses or disabilities. It provides physical, emotional, spiritual, and everyday living assistance while supporting independence and quality of life for those who require it, helping individuals remain as active, independent, and healthy as possible regardless of age or disability.

We aim to help those in need receive the proper care to continue living the best quality of life possible. To learn more about our services, contact our office today for information or appointments.

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