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A caregiver will provide person-to-person care for patients at their home itself. The patients may be elderly persons, suffering from serious illness, or differently-abled, or may be recovering from any kind of surgery, injury or accident. They can also assist pregnant women and mothers with a new born who is undergoing post-delivery care.
Companion care is a form of home care offering non-medical services to older adults or people with disabilities. The goal of companion care is primarily emotional support and socialization, although companions may help older adults with a variety of tasks including:
- Planning and scheduling appointments and social activities
- Transportation to appointments and other activities
- Socialization and entertainment
- Communicating with family members and other care team professionals
Does Your Loved One Need Companion Care?
Older adults who live independently may eventually have difficulty managing everyday tasks, whether they experience a loss of mobility with aging or cognitive decline from the onset of Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. Companion care is often the first way families seek help to enable their aging loved ones to remain in their own homes.
Companion care is a valuable benefit for older adults who face challenges in keeping up with daily tasks, are at risk of isolation or need transportation to appointments and other locations. If your aging loved one wants to age-in-place, companion care is one of the most helpful services to enable them to remain independent, in their own home.
A serious illness affects more than just the body. It touches all areas of a person’s life, as well as the lives of their family members. Palliative care addresses these sides of a person’s illness. This home care helps improve the quality of life and healthcare of the patient in turn improves the emotional wellbeing of both patient and the family. We address pain, Trouble sleeping, Shortness of breath, Loss of appetite, and feeling sick to the stomach. Treatments may include: Medicine, Nutritional guidance, Physical therapy, Occupational therapy, Integrative therapies. Medicines will be as per the prescription and should be bought by the client.
Vaccination / injection / bard port flushing
Get vaccinated, stay safe and protected. Kindly book your service 24 hours prior. Medication to be provided by the client.
- IM- Intramuscular injections are given with doctor’s prescription.
- S/C- Subcutaneous injections are given with a prescription from your doctor.
- IV- Intravenous injections given with doctors prescription.
Bard port flushing:
During chemotherapy, flushing the system is essential to prevent clot formation and catheter occlusion.
Our nurses / bystanders have expertise in handling varied types of wounds ranging from infected wounds and pressure sores to diabetic feet. And will accordingly provide appropriate wound care for faster recovery.
Our nurses / bystanders are well trained and can help you with the process of Urine catheterization care at your home; be it catheter insertion, catheter removal, or bladder wash.
Ryles Tube Insertion
A tube that is inserted through the nose, down the throat and esophagus, and into the stomach. It can be used to give drugs, liquids, and liquid food, or used to remove substances from the stomach. Giving food through a nasogastric tube is a type of enteral nutrition. Also called gastric feeding tube and NG tube.
Our experienced nurses / bystanders will assist in your recovery by providing mobility, medication administration and wound dressing. This can be tracheostomy care, lscs dressing, or any other surgery. We want to ensure that proper nursing care is provided to reduce the risk of surgical site infection, thus providing you with a quicker recovery time.
Eldercare/ senior care/ geriatric care becomes necessary when our elderly start facing troubles with daily life activities like cooking, cleaning, bathing, taking medicines etc, and there is no family member available to look after them. We help them by assisting with mobility, mild exercises, arthritis and pain management educating family members in fall management and dementia care.