Services used daily by the elderly

Very often, the elderly and disabled are the main users of care services. A major advantage of this is that the elderly increasingly stay at home, and help with hygiene, meal preparation, doctor\’s visits, cleaning, laundry, ironing, etc. can now come to their homes. Thus, the elderly no longer have to apply for admission to a nursing home, and at the same time, they do not have to burden their relatives who do not have enough time to take care of the elderly while going to work. Not to mention the very high cost of admission to a nursing home. And why pay more if you don\’t have to at all?
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Long-term care services alone are not enough. In addition to long-term care services, seniors very often use so-called home care and day care centers. These are facilities where the elderly spend part of their day until their caring relatives return from work.
But that is not all. There are many elderly people who are completely independent and do not yet need special services. They can cook, clean, and take care of themselves. Yet they are still interested in certain services. For example, so-calledsenior cabs have been operating in most cities for some time, and can be used to go to the doctor, the office, or to visit relatives at a reduced rate.
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If public transportation is no longer comfortable or if the elderly cannot drive their own car, senior cabs operated by city authorities are available;another new service exclusively for the elderly is home handicrafts,which can be done in the comfort of the home.Many seniors can no longer cope with these tasks. However, finding artisans is now a problem. Some cities have responded to the demand for handicrafts among the elderly by offering them craft jobs in addition to caregiving jobs.