• Case Manager: Conducts initial assessment to determine the care needed and schedules necessary services.
  • Registered Nurse/Licensed Practical Nurse: Provides assistance with the administering of medication and medical monitoring. The preventative care they provide can catch early symptom of reactions to medications and listen
  • Home Health Aide: Renders personal care, light housekeeping and meal preparation. A training program is available to the family so they can become certified, paid, and trained to help take care of their family members.
  • Respite care: family members need rest as well, having a skilled nurse in the home can gives them the peace of mind that everything is taken care of and allows them to be able to get away.
  • Oxygen and lung monitoring: lack of oxygen can have long lasting damaging effects on the mind and other organs. Proper monitoring of oxygen is a key to preventative care to prevent any damage to those key organs.
  • Daily living tasks: cooking, cleaning, bathing etc.
  • Nursing assessment
  • Catheter care
  • Bowel care
  • Diabetic instruction and assistance
  • Dietary teaching
  • Emotional support for patient, family and friends
  • Freedom: you may be constrained from accomplishing day to day activities or other activities. A care giver can assist in accomplishing those things.