Hospice Home Health Aides
Preparing for End-of-Life Care
A serious illness can be overwhelming for a family; often the right caregiver can alleviate some of the stress a family is feeling when they are caring for a terminally ill person.
Our hospice home health aides are specially trained on how to care both physically and emotionally for a client who has a terminal illness.
The caregiver provide assistance with the activities of daily living and personal care. This includes:
Transfers: getting in and out of bed or in and out of a wheelchair can be challenging. Our caregivers have the training to safely assist our clients.
Assistance with bathing and toileting. Maintaining personal hygiene while still maintaining a clients dignity and respecting his or her privacy, is an essential service we provide.
Meal preparation and encouraging the client to eat – assisting as needed.
Light housekeeping, medication reminders, running errands, and going to social events or doctors appointments.
All of our home health aides and personal care aides are supervised by a Registered Nurse (RN) to ensure the highest and most effective quality of care.
We are mindful that our clients are facing the end of their lives, and we will do everything possible to ensure rest and ease without any form of discomfort.
Our number one priority is to provide a comfortable home and allow your loved one to maintain their dignity during a person’s final days.
Hospice Care in Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, and Westchester County.
We place a high value on dignity and respect for the person who is ill. The services we provide are tailored for the loved one who is approaching the end of life. We are committed to providing end-of-life care to ensure that you do not have to go through this alone.
We are able to bring together a team of professionals and offer resources to you and your loved one, making the end stages of life as comfortable as possible. We help family members understand what to expect, and what they can do to help comfort a loved one who is dying.
In addition, members of our care staff are thoroughly screened and specially trained in the treatment of the physical and emotional responsibilities of dealing with the distress and pain of end-of-life care.