Between the years 2010 and 2018, the state’s median age increased by 5.8 percent that is at the fourth-fastest rate in the country. 38 years is the median age in Arizona, which is slightly younger than the United State’s overall median age.
While there are excellent hospitals in the state, care isn’t restricted to medical care. Arizona has many agencies to help seniors age in the comforts of their homes. In-home care is a non-medical service that involves supporting the elderly with activities of daily living like dressing, cleaning, and bathing. While seniors look forward to aging in their homes, it has become crucial to regulate the home care industry and impose laws to facilitate quality senior care.
This guide will examine the home care laws and regulations, challenges faced by home care providers, and other mandates governing the home care industry in Arizona.
Read “Your Guide to Home Care in Arizona” and get tips to comply with the state laws and regulations and stay on top of any new trends or best practices.
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