Kansas has been increasingly growing in the senior population. The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that the elderly will comprise the state’s residents by 2023.
Additionally, the state is home to numerous highly ranked hospitals and quality in-home care agencies, making Kansas an attractive destination for 60 years and above citizens.
In-home care assists the elderly with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), assisting with routine tasks like housekeeping, grocery shopping, meal preparation, and other daily living activities. And the best part is that non-medical home care is much less expensive than home health care, including occupational and physical therapy services.
Read “Your Guide to Home Care in Kansas” 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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