Our caregivers bring the following skills and support to those with:
Alzheimer’s Disease or Dementia
Capturing memories, which provides comfort and honors their remembrances from their past.
- Apply learned techniques to better manage behavior.
- Encourage interaction.
- Support for the family.
Hope Senior Home Care staff is educated on the many demands and factors of Diabetes. They are trained to assist in the following areas:
- Monitoring Blood Glucose Levels
- Diabetes Nutrition
- Exercise for the Diabetic
- Nail Care for the Diabetic
Caring for the Bedridden Patient
When a person’s world is limited to one room and the interactions that occur there, the experience can be frustrating and uncomfortable. The home care professional can improve the patient’s physical comfort and emotional well-being by providing safe, gentle bedrest care.
Caring for someone who is immobile and bedridden requires physical and emotional strength as well as important technical skills. We train our caregivers on the essential skills needed when caring for someone who is confined to bed. Some of the topics covered in our training our:
- Proper posture and body mechanics
- Recognition and prevention of pressure ulcers
- Bedrest positions
- Moving and positioning someone in bed
- Mechanical lift use
- Making an occupied bed
- Elasticized Stocking use
- Active Range of Motion exercises
Hospice care is meant to give a patient comfort at the end of life. Hope Senior Home Care works side by side with Hospice Care Companies to provide help with the day to day care while giving support to the patient and their loved ones. We provide Hospice Care training as follows:
- Communication and Effective Listening
- Ethics and Confidentiality
- The Stages of Dying
- Advanced Directives
- Grief and Bereavement
- Review Caregiving skills necessary to care for a Hospice patient.