Caring.com says 10 states are doing the best job of easing the financial burden on caregivers of older adults and providing mental, emotional and physical support.
The Good Samaritan Society has locations in six of the 10 states — Oregon, Colorado, Washington, Hawaii, Wisconsin and Minnesota — and offers comprehensive home health and post-acute rehabilitation services to help support families.
Oregon ranks as the number one state for family caregivers.
For those looking for services for their family members or themselves, the Good Samaritan Society’s employees help families by providing medical and non-medical services for seniors in their own homes.
This includes helping people recover from surgery, illness, accidents or falls. Locations include:
Colorado gets good marks for state support and services available to family caregivers.
Services from the Good Samaritan Society in Colorado help seniors and their families by providing care and services that allow them to stay in their own homes:
This vacation destination provides an abundance of support and advocacy for family caregivers. Services provided by the Good Samaritan Society in Hawaii help give families peace of mind that their loved one is receiving the services they need to stay in their own homes:
The state offers a variety of programs and policies that support family caregivers and has many top-rated senior care providers.
The Good Samaritan Society offers seniors consistent, quality care in the convenience of their own homes.
The state is one of the best for working caregivers. It’s one of the few states with a law that makes “family responsibility” a protected classification from discrimination.
The Good Samaritan Society has a large presence in Minnesota, providing home care services in several communities to help clients get back on the path to well-being: