Living at home alone can be a challenge for the elderly and disabled. They are at risk of injury from accidents. They may not be capable of preparing meals, cleaning their home or maintaining their personal hygiene. Depression can ensue from loneliness.
Usually, in these situations, there are 3 options:
When family members take on the burden of caring for their sick or elderly relatives, it is an act of love. However, there are only so many hours in the day. Between full-time jobs and caring for their own home and families, it’s challenging to find enough time and energy.
Reputable assisted living facilities will provide them the medical and personal care they need; however, it’s still not the same as home. Most people prefer to remain at home as long as possible. They enjoy the familiarity, comfort and independence of their own environment.
That’s where Visiting Care Giving Services comes in. We have staff that can handle all your loved ones’ medical and non-medical needs. They can remain in the comfort of their own home, while remaining certain that they will receive the proper level of care.
We know caring for the elderly and sick can be stressful and overwhelming. Let us help!
Visiting Care Giving Services has staff trained in all levels of home care services. Whether the need is for an RN, LPN, CNE or other health care service provider, we can meet your needs. All of them are compassionate and respectful, treating every client like family. You can get the peace of mind you deserve!
At Visiting Care Giving Services, our top priority is the safety and wellbeing of our clients, which is why we’re vigilantly following recommended guidelines related to the current COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, including:
- Sanitizing and disinfecting items that may be brought into a client’s home, such as a caregiver’s personal belongings
- Ensuring the health of our caregiving staff, and keeping them out of clients’ homes when exhibiting any symptoms of illness, if they’ve recently traveled out of the country, or if there’s the potential that they were exposed to someone who may be at risk for COVID-19
- Reinforcing proper procedures with staff for preventing the spread of illness, such as effective handwashing methods
- Staying on top of the latest news and recommendations from both the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
We are always available to answer any questions or address any concerns you may have. We’re committed, as always, to providing the highest quality care for our clients in the environment that is most safe and comfortable, especially during this challenging time – at home.