These senior care services can also be utilized as a source of respite by another person who is providing care to their loved one. Many times, family caregivers enlist the help of someone else – whether a friend, sibling or paid professional – to help with certain tasks when they have their hands full. A professional from Safe Care Home Support can be a great relief to overworked family caregivers who need a break.
Toileting and Incontinence Care Are Provided with Compassion and Understanding
Maintaining a senior’s dignity is very important. Safe Care Caregivers especially understand how it may be uncomfortable to need assistance with toileting care. That’s why there is a high degree of compassion and concern about making sure that client’s dignity is maintained when providing these services
Transferring and Positioning
Moving and placing seniors in the correct posture position helps promote health and safety and proper functioning. Proper transferring and positioning from or into beds and chairs eliminates pressure areas on the skin, reduces weakening and stiffening of muscles, and encourages proper breathing and digestion.
Bathing and Hygiene Provide a Positive Boost for Older Adults
Seniors often need help with bathing and basic hygiene. These senior care services are important in maintaining the client’s physical well-being and often also have an impact on their mental well-being. Being clean and having a more attractive appearance can give seniors a new outlook and help decrease depression.
Mobility Assistance Helps Individuals Get Out of Their Homes
Safe Care Home Support provides senior care services with mobility assistance, which can include getting out of their home. Being able to move about often helps build stamina and can also lead to improvements in increasing energy levels.
Assistance with Feeding is Done With Dignity and Respect for the Individual
Whether it is the result of an accident or another medical reason, an individual may need assistance with eating. Our trained caregivers can provide the necessary support and make sure that every effort is made to understand the individual and what he or she is coping with.