Caregivers trained in providing non-medical support services assist elderly or disabled individuals in their daily living activities. This includes providing emotional support and social interaction to enhance their quality of life.
Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care
Specialized assistance is provided to individuals with memory impairments, helping them manage symptoms and maintain a safe environment. Caregivers support daily activities, offering emotional support to improve quality of life.
Individuals with Parkinson's disease receive assistance managing symptoms, medications, and daily activities. Caregivers promote independence, provide emotional support, and improve quality of life.
Transitional care involves providing support and medical care to individuals as they transition from one healthcare setting to another. The goal is to ensure continuity of care and prevent readmissions.
Chronic Disease Care
Caring for individuals with chronic diseases involves managing symptoms, providing ongoing medical support, and helping them maintain a healthy lifestyle. Caregivers also provide emotional support to improve the quality of life.
End of Life Care
Providing care to individuals during their final stages of life involves ensuring their comfort, managing pain and symptoms, offering emotional support, and respecting their wishes for a peaceful and dignified death.
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