Caregivers are all Licensed or Registered Nurses normally required for high maintenance patients with complex medical conditions. Their job is to manage, observe, and to comply with the physicians managed care instructions. The goal is to help improve or maintain the patient's condition and to make them as comfortable as possible.
Caregivers with healthcare training not necessarily a licensed nurse but with real life experience. Skill sets include general personal care such as help patients getting out of bed, bathing, using the toilet, dressing, walking, grooming and eating. If care needs are high maintenance or medically complex, a combination of Home Nurse with Licensed Nurse Caregivers is recommended.
Caregivers with experience looking after seniors, many of them seniors themselves. They have healthcare training for eldercare as well as real life experience. Skill sets may include experience with dementia, Alzheimer's, diabetes, high blood pressure, and other senior related medical conditions.
Special Needs Caregivers focusing on special needs children and adults. Special needs children normally have mild learning disabilities, profound cognitive impairment, terminal illnesses, developmental delays, and psychological or psychiatric problems. Children who have special needs may have (but are not limited to) Autism, Childhood Diabetes, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, feeding issues and food allergies.
Typically, Therapists (e.g., physical, occupational or speech) and Caregivers with real life experience can help with the speed and depth of development.
Caregivers focusing on rehabilitative services normally associated for patients discharged from hospitals post operation. Rehabilitative treatments help patients regain abilities recently lost. Experience might include post-hospital stroke, heart or orthopedic care, or various types of Therapies (e.g., Physiotherapy, Physical, Occupational or Speech Therapy).
Specialists Caregivers can also include Pregnancy care, Chiropractor, Acupuncture, Sports Therapist, Sports Psychology, even Chinese Medicine practitioner.
Caregivers focusing on a wide range of services all related to improving a person's health and wellbeing. Expert Caregivers may include Yoga Instructors, Physical Trainers, Hypnotists, Grief, Addiction, or Marriage Counselors.
Other Expert Caregivers include Massage Therapist, Reflexologist, Beauty Therapist, Image Consultants, Hair Stylists and many, many more.
Caregivers with healthcare training not necessarily a licensed nurse but with real life experience. Skill sets really depends on their know-how so please read their profile to see if they are a good match for your needs and requirements. Skill sets include general Personal Care, Baby Care, Eldercare, and First Aid.
Caregivers with healthcare training not necessarily a licensed nurse but with real life experience. Their job is to make your life easier on Sundays. Skill sets include light housekeeping, shopping and errands, Baby Care, Eldercare, and cooking dinner.