Supportive In-home Care and Professional Services
- All In-home caregivers Staff is Bonded and Insured.
- All non-professional staff received training through our RN supervised Certified Home Health Aide training program prior to placement in the home.
Homemakers/Companions: Trained non-professional will provide companionship activities to individuals who wish a comfort and caring atmosphere. Activities include hands on assistance with;
- Personal hygiene, Bathing, Dressing
- Light housekeeping
- Grocery shopping
- Reading, Conversation, Games, Music, Art, or any activity your loved one enjoys. And homemakers may escort your loved one to various activities such as medical appointments, shopping, trips, etc.
Nurse Assistants: A higher trained non-professional will assist individuals and families with all activities listed above as well as specialized treatments;
- Wound care, ostomy care, etc. that may be ordered by your physician.
- Checking blood pressure, pulse, temperatures.
Nurses (RN's, LPN's): Professional staff who provide medical care to clients on an intermittent or continuous basis, which may consist of;
- Medication preparation and administration of oral and injectable medicines
- Blood pressure monitoring and regulation
- Blood glucose monitoring
- Ostomy and wound care instruction
- Physical assessments or specialized treatments ordered by a physician
We teach clients about their disease and how to manage their in-home care. With our Library of Educational Resources, Books, and Videos clients and families can take charge of the care they provide to loved ones.
Call 1-866-539-7515 for your Free Educational Resource Material.