Celebrating 24-year Anniversary In Business November 2024

At A One Home Care, we respect the veterans who have served our country. We understand that their needs may evolve as they age, and their families often become their primary caregivers. That’s why supporting aging veterans through Structured Family Care (SFC) can be a game-changer. Let’s explore how SFC allows them to receive care from a loved one at home.


What is Structured Family Care?

The SFC program empowers families to care for loved ones at home. It provides financial assistance, training, and support services to family caregivers. This support allows veterans to age comfortably in familiar surroundings, surrounded by loved ones.


Adapting SFC for Veterans and Their Families

While SFC offers a strong foundation, we recognize the unique needs of veterans and their families. Here’s how we adapt the program to serve them better:

    • Veteran-Specific Training: Our training programs go beyond basic caregiving skills. We incorporate topics like understanding military culture, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and the specific needs of veterans with service-related injuries.
    • Connecting with VA Resources: We work alongside the VA to ensure veterans receive all the benefits they deserve. This partnership includes helping families navigate the VA system and access additional support services.
    • Building Camaraderie: We understand the importance of community for veterans. We facilitate connections with other veteran families facing similar situations, fostering a sense of belonging and support.
    • Respite Care Tailored for Veterans: We offer respite care options that cater to veterans’ preferences. These options include pairing them with caregivers who have served or understanding their need for quiet spaces to relax.


The Benefits of SFC for Veterans and Families

    • Improved Quality of Care: Veterans receive personalized care from loved ones who understand their needs and preferences.
    • Reduced Stress: Financial assistance and support services alleviate the burden on families.
    • Maintained Independence: Veterans can remain at home, fostering a sense of dignity and control.
    • Strengthened Family Bonds: SFC encourages families to work together, creating lasting memories.


How to Get Started with SFC

If you’re a family member caring for a veteran, we encourage you to contact A One Home Care. We can help you determine if SFC is the right option for your family and guide you through the application process. Call us at (404) 422-7847 or message us online. You can also email us at help@aonehomecare.org

Let’s honor our veterans by ensuring they receive the care and support they deserve in their golden years.