Getting an aging loved one to accept help can be difficult. One of the aims of senior care is to help elderly people and those with disabilities live normal independent lives. Caring for an aging parent, elderly spouse, or close friend presents difficult challenges especially when a crisis hits and you are suddenly faced with various responsibilities.
We encourage social interaction and quality care for the elderly that includes but not limited to:
- Assisted Living – we assist patients with activities of daily living and provide attention and assistance with medication management, bathing, dressing and toileting tasks
- Alzheimer’s and Memory Care – we provide a gentle daily structure which maintain the patient’s abilities and encourage the use of their current skills. This daily routine gives patients a sense of security that they are “right where they need to be and that they are loved.”
- Tube Feeding, Enteral Nutrition
- Tracheostomy Care
- Drawing blood samples for diagnostic purposes
- Vital signs monitoring, diet modification and implementation of exercises training for Hypertension