our brain disability CARE
Our caregivers ensure that clients managing brain disabilities or injury are comfortable and well taken care of in the safety of their own home.
CARING for brain disability and injury
The difference between a good care experience and a bad one depends on how well a person’s environment is maintained. An environment is more than just a physical space. It’s an accumulation of space and energy, both inside and outside of the body and mind.
People with brain disabilities, such as Alzheimer’s, dementia, and stroke, are highly sensitive to their environment. To improve their quality of life, our caregivers focus on providing our clients with better tools to engage with their surroundings in a way that promotes their overall health and well-being. We give each of our clients our unique guide to health and wellness, which encourages connection between the body and mind.
Our caregivers are trained to properly address the needs of our clients managing mild to severe brain disabilities. This can include creative forms of communication and being a source of empathy and compassion whenever they need it. Our care staff is committed to building strong relationships and a lasting bond. Our care staff is Here to Care.™
If limitations from disability prevent our clients from helping their pets, we can step in! We’ll help with dog walking, feeding schedules, transportation and assistance with vet appointments, and pet hygiene to keep both owner and pet happy and healthy.
Managing brain disability or injury often means dealing with complex medication schedules and dosages. Our caregivers make sure our clients take the appropriate amount of medication right when they need it.
Bathing, toileting, dressing, teeth brushing, and other personal hygiene tasks can be difficult to manage with limited ability due to brain disability or injury. Our compassionate caregivers are trained to provide these services with respect and dignity.
Our caregivers can help prepare meals, shop for groceries, monitor dietary restrictions, and provide assistance in promoting a healthy lifestyle. Sometimes, having a home-cooked meal without having to fix it themselves is just what the client needed.
Caring for a household can be an even bigger chore when managing the effects of a brain disability. Our trained caregivers can help with daily tasks like laundry, dishes, vacuuming, and more so our clients can focus on healing.
Exercise & Recreation
Physical activity is a great way to connect with others, enjoy the outdoors, and improve mental health. Whether it’s a walk up and down the driveway or assistance with physical therapy exercises, our caregivers can help your loved one stay active in their day-to-day lives.
If you are unable to drive or walk due to brain disability or injury, our caregivers can assist with tasks like grocery shopping, medication pick-up, maintaining personal appointments, and more.
Medical Appointment Support
Our caregivers often accompany our clients to their medical appointments to help them navigate any information or instructions provided by their doctor.
Our caregivers approach engagement through gentle and positive encouragement. We facilitate meaningful activities to help our clients socialize, let off steam, and recover successfully.
Our caregivers are proactive in preventing harmful falls or other injuries by maintaining a clean environment, removing tripping hazards, helping our clients with mobility, and keeping the environment as safe as possible.
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