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In-Home Diabetic Caregivers for Elderly

Diabetes is a chronic disease in which high levels of sugar in the blood have negative consequences for the person’s health in the form of frequent urination, thirst, hunger, weight gain, weight loss, fatigue, blurred vision, nerve damage, and other symptoms. For this reason, Diabetes needs to be kept under control by monitoring blood sugar levels and leading a healthy lifestyle with Type 2 Diabetes or taking insulin injections for Type 1 Diabetes.

There may be a point when your Elderly or Senior loved one is no longer able to care for themselves because of natural aging reasons or advanced complications that have occurred because of the progression of Diabetes. Eye complications, foot complications, nerve damage, and skin complications can make mobility and activities of daily living more difficult for your loved one. Your loved one may have difficulty with medication adherence, healthy meal preparation, exercise, and monitoring blood sugar levels.

If your Diabetic loved one needs compassionate living assistance, A-1 Home Care can provide experienced and qualified caregivers, nurse aides, companions, and home helpers for in-home Diabetic Care on a 24 hour Live-In Care or Hourly Care basis.

All of our caregivers must have prior at home caregiving experience, verifiable professional references, a National Background Check/DMV Check, Tuberculosis testing, Malpractice/Liability insurance, First Aid/CPR training, and a personal interview with our office staff.

To interview and hire a Diabetic Caregiver in your area today, CALL us at 310-657-8780 for a FREE in-home assessment.

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