Our care staff and caregivers provide essential home care assistance to seniors, disabled individuals, and those recovering from illness, injury, or a hospital stay. With our personal care services, we help them with their activities of daily living. The day-to-day life of your loved ones can be safer and more comfortable with the help of our professional and dedicated caregivers.
We create a personalized care plan for every client and will match your loved ones with a qualified caregiver that suits their personalities and standards. With that, you and your loved ones can have peace of mind that we will deliver all care and support needed with utmost attention and concern.
We assist our clients in:
Our care professionals assist our clients with sitting down, standing up, walk, keeping their balance, and moving from one position to another. We also teach them and their families the proper way to do it to avoid accidental injury to the caregiver or patient. We believe that it is essential to get a patient moving as soon as possible, especially after surgery, to improve blood flow, which in turn can speed up the process of wound healing.
Our caregivers are knowledgeable and skilled about ambulation, transfers, and a range of debilitating medical conditions. They have the patience and strength to take care of your loved ones. They are also familiar with many assistive types of equipment, including wheelchairs, walkers, canes.
Bathing is essential to keep the skin healthy, help prevent infections, and achieve greater well-being. With careful planning, we take into consideration our client’s specific health conditions to make bath time better for them and our caregivers. We make sure to understand their needs and preferences to avoid confusion and unnecessary risks.
Our caregivers will help and encourage our clients to bathe themselves first as much as possible to promote independence. They will help at every step of the way to make bathing not only more comfortable but safer.
Assisting with Medication
Our caregivers can assist with medication management under the supervision of our licensed nurses and other healthcare professionals. They can help to remind our clients to take their pills and medications at a prescribed date and time.
Taking medications on time and the right dosage can prevent unwanted health risks that can impact their overall health and well-being. With our medication reminders, we can make our clients’ way to recovery faster.
Our caregivers will ensure that your loved ones are safe while taking the medication prescribed. To learn more about this service, contact us at 703-490-2273.
Difficulty with walking, balance, and mobility and vision can and make it challenging for individuals to put on clothes and other accessories. With the help of our caregivers, your loved one can look and feel their best. They are trained and experienced in assisting in dressing and other personal tasks. They will treat your loved ones with the utmost respect to your dignity and privacy.
Infections, injuries, immobility, poor diet, and other critical conditions can cause bladder and bowel problems. This health problem can cause individuals to feel embarrassed and devastated.
With us, we will help you manage your incontinence. Our caregivers can provide quality incontinence care to you while ensuring your well-being and preserving your dignity. We help prevent and handle incontinence accidents sensitively and compassionately. Our caregivers can also assist with scheduled bathroom trips, bathing, dressing, and other personal care tasks.
At Southern Made Home Care, you and your family can experience the peace of mind and comfort through our quality Incontinence Care. Whether an incontinence accident happens at home or outside your residence, our caregivers help in maintaining your hygiene.
Regular exercise is essential to keep our bodies active and healthy, and it is even more critical for older adults and other persons with disabilities. Exercising can help maintain strength in their muscles, mobility, and independence. It can also improve their mood, relieve stress, and improve their overall health.
Our caregivers are ready to support and guide you with your exercise activities. We will take extra safety precautionary measures to prevent fall accidents and avoid unnecessary risks. Our caregivers can help with encouragement, support, and assistance with physician-prescribed exercise plans, such as:
- Aerobic exercise
- Strength building exercises
- Balance exercises
Head, neck, and esophageal cancers, as well as head trauma, traumatic brain injuries, stroke, and neurological disorders such as dementia and Parkinson’s disease, can prevent patients from eating, hence the use of tube feeding.
Many families may need assistance when it comes to these. For that reason, Southern Made Home Care provides eating or tube feeding assistance. We make sure to manage feedings safely and at appropriate times. Our caregivers are trained for this service and other advanced care needs and will be monitored under the supervision of our registered nurses to ensure proper care of the client and the devices.
Our home care professionals at Southern Made Home always work hard to keep our clients safe and healthy in all aspects, and that includes taking care of their skin. Proper skin care is essential to prevent skin infection and skin disease. And as we age, our skin becomes less supple, thinner, and dryer. So, it is vital that our seniors loved ones should have a good skincare routine.
Our caregivers can help take good care of their skin and health. We can help in applying lotion to their skin and assist in other skincare routines or making sure they are eating a healthy diet and getting plenty of fluids.
For seniors and other persons with disabilities, many essential daily tasks, such as maintaining their hygiene, can often feel challenging.
At Southern Made Home, we help to make you look and feel your best. We believe that with the little help in the areas of bathing, showering, toileting, dressing, and other personal hygiene and grooming activities can maintain your confidence and independence.
Our caregivers will care for you with the utmost respect to preserve your dignity and privacy. They are trained and bonded and can help provide a variety of services to help you remain in the comfort and safety of your home.
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