Home care can be a significant relief to seniors who are no longer able to live on their own, whether it’s due to disability or chronic illness.
It has been proven that patients recover much faster when living in the comfort of their own home and having one-on-one time with trained caregivers specifically assigned for them.
Declines happen slowly there as well, especially for those suffering from dementia and Alzheimer’s disease because they feel comfortable in an environment they have already grown accustomed to over the years.
After a stay at the rehab or hospital, home care services are available to take the burden of daily life tasks away and allow the seniors and their families to focus on themselves and their recovery.
Our professional caregivers have been trained to handle the specific situations related to aging and can provide all of the support that is needed as a family caregiver.
At every home care, we know that every situation is different. That is why we work hard to fulfill your requirement with a caregiver with the specialty skills required for your loved ones’ personal needs.
Skilled nursing care refers to a patient’s need for care or treatment that can only be performed by licensed nurses.
Diseases connected with aging will sometimes necessitate a Skilled Caregiver to be present for most or all day. This amount of Care is essential when your loved one is bed-bound, suffering, and incontinent from advanced stages of diseases like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.
You’ll be comforted knowing that there is an experienced Skilled Care Professional with your loved ones assisting with daily activities and personal Care.
It is a Big Job: Skilled Care
Skilled Care is closest to our hearts. Families come to us with nowhere else to turn, with their loved one suffering from a significant illness or disability and needing the aid of a skilled CNA to give the specialized Care.
It is in this moment where Del Cielo Hospice care partners stay right by the side of those in need.
There are many reasons you should have a reliable Skilled Caregiver be with you or your loved one, below are a few examples.
- Inability to feed one’s self
- Incontinence Care – Loss of control over body functions
- Palliative care / Hospice Care – Specialized end of life care
- Dressing, grooming, and/or bathing assistance
- Surgical recovery – Patients can need special assistance
- Cancer recovery – Patients can be frail, prone to illness, and need lots of rest.