is a form of home care offering non-medical services to older adults or people with disabilities. Companion care differs from personal care in that personal care aides (also known as home health aides) may provide the same services as companion care but also help with tasks such as bathing, dressing, and medication management, depending on specific state regulations. The goal of companion care is primarily emotional support and socialization, although companions may help older adults with a variety of tasks including Light housekeeping and Other household chores such as washing clothes and dishes Running errands such as grocery shopping Planning and scheduling appointments and social activities Transportation to appointments and other activities Preparing meals Socialization and entertainment Communicating with family members and other care team professionals
provides relief for the caregiver. It takes some of the burdens and stresses away, whether it's for a few hours a day or a few days a week. Getting respite care is important for your health and for your ability to continue to provide care for your loved one. Many people need help even when they are able to stay at home. Respite care is growing in importance today because more seniors are living longer, remaining healthy longer, and want to remain in their homes. Those that step in to provide ongoing care are respite workers. They can be an incredible benefit to the entire family including seniors who need different levels of care.
Post -Op Care
Countless people undergo surgery every day for thousands of different reasons. Surgery might be performed for anything from an elective basis, as part of a preventative health plan, or in emergency situations, to save the life of someone having an acute health crisis or suffering from a serious injury. And regardless of the reason, in most cases, the days following any surgical procedure may require a little more caution for any recovering patient requiring post operative care. The Serenity Rose service can work with you or your family to make sure that a compassionate and skilled caregiver will be present when you need them to provide post operative care at home or post operative nursing care at a nursing or rehab facility. As plan for a surgery you may be wondering "What Questions Do I need to ask my doctor?" or "What are common operations that need Post-Op Care?" Let us be a resource and help you understand more about Post Operative care and what your options look like to have care in your home after surgery.