Diabetes is a condition that is common among senior citizens. Many senior citizens who are living with diabetes have had to make significant changes to their lifestyle including a change in diet, the addition of a more complete exercise plan and finally medication. At Polaris Home Care, we are committed to providing our clients with the types of assistance they will need while living with diabetes.

Many of the senior citizens that are living with diabetes are living with Type 2 diabetes. In order to manage Type 2 diabetes Polaris Home Care clients are encouraged to make adjustments to their diet, exercise regiment and medication. Polaris caregivers complete rigorous training modules on how to work with patients that are living with diabetes most effectively. Our caregivers are committed to helping you or your loved one by preparing a healthy diet and preparing those meals, assisting them with any physical therapy or exercises and finally help manage the numerous medications.

When bringing additional assistance into the home, it is important that our caregiver understands completely the condition(s) that the client is currently living with so they can most appropriately assist them with activities of daily living. We at Polaris work closely with our client’s physicians to develop a personalized care plan that allows our caregivers to tailor their services to what our clients most need. When working with our clients that are living with diabetes our caregivers are asked to be especially vigilant on the condition of our clients and it is important that they consistently monitor their condition and blood sugar to ensure that there are no emergency hospital admissions related to diabetes.

Polaris Home Care is committed to ensuring that our clients remain at home and avoid hospitalizations. The addition of an in-home care professional can help limit the accidents and incidents that may lead to hospital visits or readmissions.

Polaris Home Care's Services

Personal Care

Bathing, toileting, therapy exercises, dressing, transfers, and all other
personal hygiene related tasks


Your caregiver will become your
friend and natural extension of your

Care Management

Facilitate communication between
all care providers and coordinate
appointments / visits

Household Tasks

Meal planning, cooking, medication
reminders, laundry, light cleaning,
and other necessary chores


Driving to appointments, errands,
activities, and to see friends or

Memory Care

All staff are trained in caring for
people experiencing memory loss
and the best activities and exercises
for them

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