Living Alone at Home
Stay in Your Own Home For as Long as Possible
As you get older you start to think about what it will be like if you want to stay at home and avoid a care home or even costly visits from care workers. Aging in place alone, at home, how can you do it?
Most elderly people who live alone just want to stay where they are for as long as they can. Moving into a care home is a second or third choice option. Staying at home as long as possible is the goal.
Most elderly ‘live aloners’ do not want to be a burden to anyone. And yet they want to stay living in their own home for as long as possible, aging in place. Family, friends, and neighbors are often best placed to be the first at hand, carers.
There are many services including healthcare workers visiting each day or several times a week that can be used to check up on you. But we all want to avoid the need for such expensive services. What most people are looking for is to just carry on, aging in place for as long as possible.
Iamfine helps achieve this. It can bring friends, neighbors and the extended family into the official care circle to help act as ad-hoc carers and work as a coordinated team, in keeping a watchful eye on their live-alone loved one. For a very low-cost Iamfine allows you to age in place for as long as possible and prolong the period before specialist care workers are needed.
So if you are looking for a way that you can stay safely at home for longer, give Iamfine a try.