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At the end of the day, we are just nurses trying to take care of people, and kind humans trying to take care of our community. We don’t see you as a dollar sign, we are not pushy people, and would never force our services on anyone. We genuinely care about you and your family members and want to provide you with the best care possible. This is not about the money for us, it’s about providing comfort, stability, and support for you and your loved ones through this difficult time. If our services aren’t a good fit for your current needs, that’s okay! We would never pressure you – we truly care about our patients and their families and want to make sure they are as comfortable and happy as possible with the care we provide!
We offer services ranging from Private Duty Care, Transitional Care, Palliative Care, and Hospice care. Our trained professionals know exactly what to do and say in all situations and will do so with empathy and ease. Our staff is fully educated and can ensure that you are informed of everything that is happening throughout the entire care process. Our staff will come to your home to ensure that your loved one is comfortable and familiar with their own space – no uncomfortable cookie-cutter rooms that don’t make your family members feel at home. We believe that our nurses coming to you will make all of these hard transitions of care that much easier on those you love.
“I’m caring for a loved one and I feel overwhelmed”
We can make your life easier!
Private duty assistance is typically provided to elderly individuals who need help with day-to-day activities. Housekeeping, meal preparation, medication reminders, transportation, and personal care such as bathing, dressing and hygiene are all tasks that your private duty attendant can assist you with!
“I just left the hospital and I’m feeling discouraged and stressed”
Let us assist you!
Transitional care includes skilled nurses assisting you after a fall, or a speech therapist who teaches relearning of language after a stroke. Transitional healthcare includes everything from physical therapy, wound care, and any care regarding helping the patient return to a normal lifestyle.
“My health is preventing me from doing the things I love to do”
We can help you through it!
Palliative care is specialized medical care for people living with a serious illness. Palliative care attendants focus on providing relief from pain, stress, and symptoms of life-limiting illness while improving quality of life.
“I’ve lived a good life – but my disease is taking over who I am”
Let us help change that!
Patients and their families call on hospice care when curative treatments are no longer desired. Quality of days instead of quantity of days has become the new healthcare goals at the hospice stage. Hospice attendants provide compassionate care at the final stages.