Slow-paced lifestyle and low cost of living make Tennessee a popular place for seniors to retire. Around 17% of the population is 65 or older, attributing to low housing costs- 30% lower than the average costs.
While many hospitals provide quality care, seniors in Tennessee can receive treatment in the company of friends and family in the comforts of their own homes. Home care offers personal care and companionship, including meals, dressing, toileting, and housekeeping.
In-home care is a non-medical service that involves supporting the elderly with activities of daily living. Since seniors look forward to aging in their homes, it has become crucial for the state to regulate the home care industry and impose laws to facilitate quality senior care.
Read “Your Guide to Home Care in Tennessee” 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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