What is Elder Care

Elderly care, also known as Geriatric care, is the professional health care provided to elders who can no longer live independently, either due to physical limitations or cognitive decline. It is the best option to maintain a healthy lifestyle for elders of the family, such as parents, grandparents and other close relatives. It can be provided in various settings, such as the elder homes, nursing homes, assisted living facilities and personal residences.

How Does it Help

The care required will vary depending on the old-timer’s individual needs and preferences. Elderly home care encompasses a wide range of services, from daily life needs such as bathing, dressing, eating, and assisting with transportation to more complex needs like chronic health conditions and medication management. Geriatric care ensures that elders remain happy, healthy, and connected to the community.

Role of Caregivers

Geriatric home caregivers also work to promote social and emotional well-being by providing companionship and engaging elders in activities that are enjoyable and stimulating. They can help seniors remain independent and improve their quality of life.

If you are considering geriatric home care for a loved one, be sure to ask about the provider’s qualifications and experience. Senior care is an important decision, and you want to ensure that your loved one will receive the best possible care at home.

Who All Can Provide Care

Elderly home care should be provided by trained professionals who are experts in daily routine assistance, medical equipment, and procedures. It includes:

  • Professional caregivers for daily activities
  • Nursing professional for medical assistance, vitals and health checkups
  • Doctors for emergency and close health monitoring
Who Needs Elder Care:

We believe all elders are like children and need special care and attention. In today’s busy life, it might not always be possible for all to be available for them every time. A senior citizen might need house care in situations like:

  • Chronic diseases like diabetes, osteoporosis, Arthritis
  • Recovering from normal or acute diseases and injuries
  • Elders suffering from long-term neurological disorders like Parkinson’s and Dementia
  • Personal assistance in daily life activities

How We Can Help?

Our team of reliable healthians consists of professional caregivers, nurses and doctors who can serve old loved ones. Options are as follows:

24/7 live-in caretaker(s) and nursing staff (if medical attention required)

Around-the-clock emergency doctor visits at home

Regular nursing visit (if 24/7 medical lookout is not needed)

Daycare/ night shift nurse or caretaker assistance as per requirements.

We can help with:
  • Personal care (tailored to client needs)
  • Critical care and bedside assistance in illness
  • Hospice care
  • Social and emotional support (companionship)
  • Therapies (physical and psychological)
  • Regular medical checkups and case management
  • Simple to complex medical equipment(s), their operations and maintenance (even if self-purchased by clients)

Experts in our Geriatric home care service are also trained for special supervision for cognitive diseases like Alzheimer’s and Dementia. They will take care of fall prevention, home safety, and other personal needs of senior citizens.