According to Veterans and PTSD (2015), there were 2.7 million Americans as of September 2014 who fought in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, and at least 20% of those soldiers suffer from PTSD and/or Depression. According to Dr. Sandra Bond Chapman, founder, and chief director of the Center for Brain Health, “Veterans and others who have sustained traumatic brain injuries often experience persistent cognitive and psychological difficulties, such as depression and/or post-traumatic stress disorder, which hinder day-to-day life activities”. If you have a loved one who bravely served our country but is suffering the repercussions of that service, A-1 Home Care is here to offer assistance with daily activities while your loved one gets better.
In-Home Care for Veterans with TBI
Emotional mood disorders also have physical consequences, such as digestive problems, decreased energy, difficulty with concentration, and trouble with remembering details. A-1 Home Care offers part-time and round-the-clock in-home care for veterans who suffer from depression resulting from traumatic brain injury. Our seasoned, highly skilled caregivers will cook, clean, and provide transportation and emotional support for your loved ones. All our certified nurse aides, home health aides, caregivers, and companion care aides are thoroughly prescreened and verified before they enter your sanctuary.
Veteran Benefits & Traumatic Brain Injury Care
A-1 Home Care has been serving families in Orange County and Los Angeles County for over 20 years. Delivering excellent brain injury care to veterans, A-1 Home Care offers the most competitive rates in Southern California for those who pay out-of-pocket. Easy financing options are available with reasonable payment terms, and A-1 Home Care accepts Veteran Benefits as well as long-term insurance from providers like John Hancock, MetLife Insurance, Penn Treaty, and CALPERS.
To learn more about A-1 Home Care today (949) 650-3800 or 562-929-48400 or visit our website www.a-1homecare.com for more details.