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HOMECARE
24 - HOME CARE

Two or more caregivers rotate shifts to ensure someone is always awake and available day and night to help the client when needed at any time. Pros: A trained and alert caregiver is always awake to care and supervise your loved one.

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HOURLY HOME CARE

Helping with personal activities, such as bathing, dressing and grooming Light housekeeping, such as doing laundry, washing dishes and changing the bed linens Shopping for groceries Planning, preparing or serving meals Providing transportation to doctor’s appointments Helping with using the toilet Monitoring and documenting a client’s condition, including checking vital signs or recording how much they ate Giving medication reminders

DEMENTIA CARE

Memory care is a form of senior living that provides intensive, specialized care for people with memory issues. Many assisted living facilities and nursing homes have created special memory care units for dementia patients.

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FACILITY CARE

Assisted living is a home-like care facility that provides personal and medical assistance for people (usually older adults) while prioritizing their independence. Those in need of assistance receive services ranging from personal care services and skilled nursing to senior housing.

AT HOME ASSISTANCE

We understand how difficult it can be for patients to accept or admit their need for help. To support your family member, we offer flexible hourly home care that is available on an as needed basis. Clients can use our services for as much as they need, allowing them to maintain their regular routines without sacrificing their independence or dignity. Our caregivers form meaningful relationships with their clients, and they encourage patients to maintain their highest level of independence with proper support and assistance when necessary.

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MEDICATION MANAGEMENT

Improper medication management is a leading cause for return hospital visits for patients. Often, patients take the wrong dosage, mix incompatible prescription and over-the-counter drugs, and don’t know how to take their medication, or stop taking it all together. Mistakes such as these with taking your medication can create serious problems that can make you sicker or prevent your proper recovery.

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