For many elders, it can be difficult to remember when or if a certain medication was taken. Therefore they may take multiple doses or skip taking the medication altogether. Our caregivers remind your loved one to take their medications at the correct time and record this on a Weekly Medication Schedule that the correct dose has been taken on time. This ensures that their medication has been taken correctly and that there are no double doses or skipped medications.
Arthritis, physical disabilities, and age-related conditions are some of the few circumstances that prevent patients from caring for themselves. Our caregivers can assist you with daily tasks such as mobility, eating, exercising, personal hygiene and grooming.
It’s not easy to take care of a patient with Dementia. There are things you need to adjust in order to maintain a gentle pace with them. When it comes to Dementia care, you can always trust us. We have highly trained professional caregivers who are experts in providing care services that would help achieve and accomplish their day-to-day activities.
Our caregivers are trained and experienced in assisting with toileting in the bathroom, in bed, with a urinal, and using a portable commode, as required by the situation. We are also experienced in managing incontinence, the leakage of urine or bowel movement over which the person has no control. We encourage our clients to toilet themselves as much as possible and help where help is needed. Our caregivers develop a toileting routine with your loved one making the process a systematic and professional endeavor.
We are beyond skilled in the area of supportive care services; we are present to provide this special type of care given to patients and their families who are facing serious illness. It provides an extra layer of support to the care team, and is provided along with usual treatment.
Living in a clean home is essential for both physical health and emotional well-being. An environment that is not clean enables bacteria and germs to thrive; increasing the likelihood of infection or prolonged illness. A clean house encourages visits from family, friends, clergy and others, which is important for socialization and mental health.
• Kitchen cleaning • Bathroom cleaning • Bedroom cleaning and change of linens • Laundry • Wash dishes
• Dusting, vacuuming and mopping floors
• Collecting and taking out the garbage