The Home Care 4 Seniors team of caregivers is available for short shifts of 1 to 2 hours, moderate shifts of 4, 8, 12, and 16 hours, and long shifts of 24 hours.
Our team specializes in 24 hour care, because we have had numerous clients who have needed this kind of care for temporary or permanent purposes. Whether a client needs 24 hour care because of a recent surgery, or because the client has developed a more complex medical condition, or because the client’s family has had a change in schedule, we make sure the client has round-the-clock care. This 24 hour care will establish all the care needs of a client are taken care of even at night when their family members are asleep. The Home Care 4 Seniors caregiver caring for a client overnight will not sleep during their shift, but rather perform tasks that will not wake the client or the household.
A client who requires 24 hour care needs the following assistance at all times:
- Incontinence Care
- Repositioning of body due to complete bedrest
- Feeding Assistance
- Tube Feeding
- Oral Care and all other hygiene needs
- Alzheimer’s care and dementia care
How Will You Know Your Loved One Needs 24 Hour Care?
- If a family member wakes up more than twice a night to provide incontinence care, then 24 hour care may be required.
- If a client is beginning to develop bed sores and pressure ulcers, then 24 hour care may be required.
- If the client has a severe decline in health and they require additional assistance especially at night, then 24 hour care may be required.
- If the client is always disoriented, unaware of their surroundings, has memory problems, and attempts to leave the home frequently, then 24 hour care may be required.
- If the client has lost the ability to walk in a safe manner and they have fallen numerous times, then 24 hour care may be required.
- If the client has received major surgery and requires additional support as they recover, then 24 hour care may be required.
How Do We Get 24 Hour Care Started?
- Call us to schedule a free in-home assessment with our Admissions Director.
- Once the assessment is complete, we create a schedule that best meets your needs, and discuss client-specific training for caregivers.
- Caregivers are introduced to the client and get acquainted with the daily routine, and the home.
- Our team will make regularly-scheduled calls to clients/family members to ensure satisfaction with the services provided