We have hourly care that starts at a minimum of 4 hours daily. Split shift if you need someone in the daytime and at night, and graveyard shift for seniors who needs more assistance overnight.
Depending on your current situation at home and existing health condition, you or your loved ones may require in-home care services to help you with basic care for daily living.
Older adult struggles to cope with daily living due to a decline in their physical, and cognitive functions and as their current condition limits their mobility and their needs and demand increases, most families find themselves in a situation juggling their time from one responsibility to another.
You want the best for your loved ones but being a caregiver yourself for a family member is not an easy task.
It can cause physical, emotional, and mental exhaustion that can change your attitude, strain your relationships with the person you’re looking after.
By assessing your situation, seeking outside support can benefit both you and your family members.
You can choose from our care options and talk to one of our virtual nurses for more information.
Most older adults prefers to live alone and being independent for them means maintaining their self-confidence, control over their life, and decision making.
However, aging poses a change in their situation mostly due to their current medical condition. You can allow them to have as much input in the decision making, listen to what they have to say, consider their emotional state which will make them feel that they are still in control and you just want the best quality of life for them while going through the aging process.
According to data, Chronic Diseases such as Cancer, Cardiovascular Diseases, Asthma, Severe Arthritis, and Diabetes are the leading health problems in adults 65+ above. These conditions affects their daily living and a lot of families resort to outside help to keep their loved ones safe around the house.
Our caregivers are highly experienced in handling patients struggling with health issues. They understand what their responsibilities are as caregivers and they are compassionate toward what they do.