Living with Alzheimer’s or a memory disorder is difficult for any family. Enlisting the care of a professional caregiver can benefit the whole family, while responding to the growing needs for your loved one.
Patients are often discharged from hospitals with the recommendation that they obtain assisted care at home from a private duty nurse. A professional caregiver will ensure a successful recovery.
Hospice care provides a special way of caring for family members and loved ones facing an end of life decision. Compassionate care professionals provide delicate care ensuring as much comfort as possible.
Most senior citizens are affected by a chronic health condition or illness that requires some form of long-term care. The majority prefer living in the comfort of their own home. Certified Nursing Assistants and Home Health Aides specialize in assisting aging seniors to maintain an independent lifestyle.
Caring for children with special needs or those with disabilities of any age can be challenging for any family. Having a compassionate care professional can be essential for a joyful and healthy life. Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) and Home Health Aides (HHA) are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
We understand how challenging it can be adjusting to everyday life after suffering from a stroke. A Certified Nursing Assistant can play a critical role in assisting with daily activities and getting you or your loved one through a safe recovery.
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Granny NANNIES cared for my mother for the last year of her life. Marie was her ardently devoted friend and care provider, she stayed with her 12 hours a day, 5 days a week. Marie was the best thing that could have happened to mom during her illness with Parkinson's disease; she was honestly my mom's guardian angel.~ Dara Y