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What are sitter services for the elderly?

Anthony Cirillo
Geriatric Medicine
Sitter services for elderly include aides, private duty nurses or therapists that can come into the home, hospital or residential facility on a private pay basis. Services may include personal care assistance, grooming, medication supervision, light housekeeping, transportation, nursing care or therapy.
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