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Aging is a fact of life, but one that often comes with several challenges. With the best quality of life in mind, here’s how in-home skilled nursing can support families who are caring for an aging loved one at home.
Providing Much Needed Guidance
Families find that an in-home skilled nursing service is a smart, practical solution. The right service offers peace of mind that loved ones have the attention they need to maintain their independence for as long as possible.
Offering Companionship and Instilling Confidence
Seniors are sometimes discouraged when they first realize that they can no longer participate in activities they enjoy or perform tasks without assistance. Competent in-home skilled nurses are trained and experienced and can share strategies for success.
In-Home Medical Assistance and Professional Expertise
Professional, medically trained nurses in the home are an invaluable asset for family members caring for an elderly loved one. In-home skilled nurses can administer medications, help with injections and dress wounds.
To learn more, pick up a copy of our free guide… “Critical Questions You Must Ask Before You Hire a Home Care Provider" Just give us a call 619-220-7600 or visit our website at: http://www.FirstatofSanDiego.com
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This episode is about my experience of my mother's final days. How hospice care was critical, how the assisted living staff dealt with the process and the details after death. It is a time of joy and sadness, grief and celebration. It will be about the impact of the year of care giving and the road to recovery when all is said and done. The information, I hope will help others deal with the process of caring for a loved one at the end of life.
This is the continuing story of my mother's passing. In this episode I will talk about what happens after the death, the details like dealing with planning two memorials, social security, finances, wills and final bills. I don't think a person is prepared for what has to be dealt with. I want to provide some insight as to what it is like during this time, staying focused and getting the job done when you are feeling sad and vulnerable.
This blog is in addition to my radio show. It is my journey with my Mother since she had he stoke one yeear ago. It is about my experience dealing with the world of geriatric care, assisted living, nursing home, hospice and my mother's personal care aides. I hope it will provide insight and valuable information that can help someone else on this journey
In this week’s iNurse Episode we are discussing: Quality of care guidelines, featuring Nurse Reezena Malaska. You may remember Reezena as one of our guest speakers from our iNurse episode:Reducing Nurse Fatigue. If you haven’t had the chance to tune in, you can find it on our website at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/inurseradio
Nurse Reezena’s passion and enthusiasm for the field of healthcare has led her to become a Registered Nurse, achieve a Master’s of Science in Nursing, and became certified as a Critical Care Registered Nurse. In addition to practicing nursing, she also dedicates her time to teach and inspire Nurse Students as an adjunct professor at Notre Dame College and Cuyahoga Community College.
Today we will discuss Quality of Care Guidelines, which has become a popular discussion amongst medical professionals, and it is a topic that the American Nurses Association has addressed – hoping to improve patient safety by promoting quality in nursing care and nurses' work lives.
The world of assisted living and hospice is not easy. Walking the road with my mother as she is dying is painful and inspiring. Some days I feel very lucky to have this time and other times my head is spinning.
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Best Home Nursing Care in Del Mar including Homecare, Skilled Nursing, Caregivers. Trained, Certified, Licensed Nurses, 92014
In Home Skilled Nursing: What You May Not Know
Making decisions about an aging loved one’s care is never easy. If you’re considering in-home skilled nursing, here’s what you may not know.
In-Home Skilled Nursing Care Doesn’t Have to Be Full Time
Many of the best skilled nursing agencies offer part time services. That’s peace of mind if you’re looking for help but prefer to carry out primary care responsibilities on your own.
In-Home Skilled Nursing Professionals: A Great Support System
Having a medically trained nurse at home makes it possible to take a well-deserved break to recharge.
Independence Is Encouraged When Appropriate
Most in-home skilled nursing services encourage guided independence. For families, knowing that a loved one is safe, comfortable and allowed to thrive in a familiar environment is invaluable.
Firstat Nursing Services has been providing a higher standard of home nursing, home health and home care services for elderly, disabled and injured people in the greater San Diego area since 1997.
People wanting to learn more are encouraged to pick up a copy of our free guide… “Critical Questions You Must Ask Before You Hire a Home Care Provider" Just give us a call 619-220-7600 or visit our website at: http://www.FirstatofSanDiego.com
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What a crazy ride this journey is. Minefields galore. My mother continues to decline and I can hardly keep up. This blog is about working with hospice and getting the assisted living to respond. Lessons learned that I hope will help you
I continue talks about caring for my Mom in assisted living and hospice. My hope is my experience will help others. I have just returned to New Mexico and witnessing the changes that have occurred in the last two weeks
This is the continuation of the journey through assisted living and hospice. My goal is that by listening, you will gain insight into the process. This blog speaks to some key factors caregivers needs to think about when selecting an assisted living and hospice, what to do when things don't seem to be going your way and keeping your loved one safe.
Here is another installment about life with Mom in assisted living and hospice. There bever seems to be a dull moment. She continues to decline and I continue to try to keep her comfortable and safe.
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