Situations Where Home Care Can Help
There are many reasons and times in life when someone might need home care. Perhaps a family caregiver needs to get out of the house and a professional caregiver can come in and provide a few hours of respite care; a woman on bedrest may need an extra pair of hands around the house until her delivery date; a surgery or procedure is performed in the hospital and your physician discharges you back home or to an assisted living facility; an adult child may have relocated to another city and can't help their elder parent with tasks around the house; a degenerative disease such as dementia may necessitate a watchful caregiver to prevent injury or a fall.
We can help facilitate a smooth transition back home after an inpatient stay or surgery by working closely with you, your physician, hospital social worker and any family members who are involved with your cares.
Whether you or a loved one is coping with multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease), recovering from a stroke, or have been diagnosed with a form of dementia such as Lewy Body disease, we can help.
Our RN clinicians are trained and experienced in wound management, the healing process, and the selection and use of effective wound products and devices. Our nurses and therapist have access to the latest standards of practice and products for wound care.
Medication management is the monitoring of medications that a patient takes to confirm that he or she is complying with a medication regimen, while also ensuring the patient is avoiding potentially dangerous drug interactions and other complications.
When kids are ill or have special needs, it’s hard on the whole family. Along with providing top-quality medical care, our experienced professionals offer support, understanding and just the right dose of tenderness to help everyone feel better.
We can help to make again at home possible by providing light housekeeping, running routine errands and by assisting with everyday tasks that can become more difficult for the elderly.