Your Medical Appointments And Our Caregivers
Our caregivers pride themselves on being your level of support; from caring for you at home to caring for you on your medical visits.
Seniors may find it difficult to manage their medical check-ups, schedule follow up appointments, and record necessary information required by healthcare professionals.
For this reason, our caregivers are not only trained in attending the needs of ADLs, keeping the home safe, and mobility, but also with accompanying our clients to their medical appointments.
When these appointments occur, our caregivers provide transportation and assist our clients from start to finish; never leaving their side.
They are there to ensure clients receive and understand the information given to them by healthcare professionals.
Our caregivers serve as those important extra set of eyes and ears to provide peace of mind knowing that important news, instructions, or progress reports will not be missed.
It's a security that helps loved ones stay involved when distance is a factor.
Equally, a professional in-home care service can provide support to healthcare professionals such as physicians, discharge planners, and therapist by having a trained caregiver available at appointments with their senior patients to relay after-care instructions, monitor patient progress, and document changes in health.
When a healthcare professional can be assured that his or her patient has a support system in place such as an in-home caregiver, they can feel confident knowing their patients will continue to be cared for at home.
All in all, having a professional caregiver properly care for a senior in-home results in lowered chances of repeated injuries, better recovery, and a better quality of health.
Give our office a call and speak with one of our care specialist today to set a free home visit!
We'll get to know you better, answer any question you have about caregiving, and provide options for you that best fit your care needs.
"Professional Caregivers, Precise Care"