As National Nursing Assistant Week comes to a close, we want to thank the Nursing Assistants for all they do to help their patients be more comfortable. These special individuals provide hands-on healthcare to patients by helping with basic daily tasks such as feeding, bathing, dressing, grooming, and getting around. These are activities that we take for granted every day; they are part of our daily routine. But when you can’t do one of these tasks anymore, or your loved one can’t, what do you do? The answer is – call Assisting Hands Home Care.
At Assisting Hands Home Care, we love hiring Nursing Assistants because they have to go through additional training and certification. They understand how to treat each patient with dignity and respect, knowing their patients are relying on them for basic needs. They are also there to make sure their patients are safe and secure, from fall prevention to properly medicating or other dementia concerns.
Why should you call Assisting Hands Home Care? Here are 4 reasons:
- We come to you. We provide personalized non-medical caregiving services to our elderly or disabled clients in their homes. No need to transport to another facility.
- We are available 24/7. We can be flexible with our hours. Whether you need someone to be with your loved one during the day, in the evening or overnight, we can accommodate your needs.
- We provide companionship. Whether your loved one wants to play games, take a walk or be creative in some other way, we can provide that physical and mental stimulation that they might not otherwise have if they were home alone.
- We can help your loved one stay independent. Whether your loved one needs help with a few tasks, or with many, we can give them with the quality care they need. We can also provide care to them in assisted living or long-term care facilities, where CNAs may be stretched thin.
At Assisting Hands Home Care we want to create a less stressful environment for you and your loved one. You will sleep better knowing that your loved one isn’t home alone when they need help with medication, fall prevention, personal care, eating or other needs.
Contact us today to schedule your free in-home fall prevention assessment at (630) 352-3656.