From Home Health to Palliative to Hospice Care, Assisted Home Health and Hospice offers a multitude of services to our patients to meet their healthcare needs.
Home health care allows the elderly and medically dependent individuals live in their own home with the assistance of a private care professional. Depending on their medical condition, home health care can help seniors to live independent fuller lives and avoid the need for a nursing home. In home care can involve a variety of services from different types of health care professionals.
Palliative care is the care of a patient’s symptoms that have been diagnosed with a serious illness. Ongoing pain and discomfort can be a significant contributor to a patient feeling defeated and unstable, which can affect their ability to live their lives. This is why palliative care treatments center on the symptoms and well-being of the patient and are not curative measures for the disease themselves. Dealing with pain and discomfort is a crucial aspect of a palliative care plan. Other symptoms that can be reduced by palliative care are Nausea, Weakness, Loss of Appetite, Difficulty Sleeping, Shortness of Breath, Constipation, Anxiety, and Depression.
Hospice care is personal medical care for the terminally ill. Our hospice team understands the needs to have the final moments of a family member or loved ones life to be as comfortable and compassionate as possible. This is why we focus not only on the medical needs of the patient but their mental and emotional states as well. Hospice care can include a number of medical professional working in tandem. Hospice teams can include the patient’s doctor, nurse, caregiver, bereavement, and support staff. The team approach to hospice care makes certain all of the needs of the patient as well as the family are met. Many illnesses can have a need for hospice at a crucial point in a patient’s development. These illnesses may include Alzheimer’s, cancer, heart disease, liver disease, kidney disease, AIDS, Parkinson’s, and other terminal diagnoses.
Assisted specializes in Nursing Care for patients with the following diagnosis:
• Catastrophically Injured Workers
• Spinal Cord Injury
• Brain Injury
• Cerebral Palsy
• Epilepsy/Seizure Disorder
• Muscular Dystrophy
• Chromosomal Disorders
• Chronic Respiratory Diseases
• Multiple Sclerosis
• Lou Gehrig Disease
• Parkinson’s Disease
• Stroke Aftercare
• Heart Disease
• Aids/HIV Positive
• Down Syndrome
• Failure to Thrive
Assisted Healthcare Services’ caregiver services enable seniors to age-in-place and embrace their independence.
Assisted can offer support with tasks and chores such as:
• Light Housekeeping
• Laundry & Ironing
• Shopping / Errands
• Nutritious / Meal Preparation
• Medication Reminders
• Assistance with Personal Hygiene
• Incontinence Care
• Monitor Vital Signs
Our trusted caregiver services staff can help. We provide medical and non-medical assistance up to 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Need help for just a few days? Or want more regular assistance? Our experienced, friendly Assisted team will work around your schedule and your individual needs.
Caregiver services are a good option for those who:
• Are recovering from an Illness or Surgery
• Are at Risk of Falling
• Live with Family Members who Travel or Work Long Hours
• Want to Give Their Spouse or Other Caregiver a Break
• Need an Escort to Doctor Appointments
• Need a Little Encouragement to Get Up and Move Around
• Live Alone and Need Some Company
• Need Incontinence Care
• Need to Stay in Bed
Assisted delivers quality talent through a broad array of flexible staffing solutions. We work with you to determine how to most efficiently meet your medical staffing requirements while improving your workforce coverage and operational effectiveness.