Nursing Services | Safe Care Home Support
Safe Care Home Support
Our specialized nursing services help to make life easier for you and your family. We work with you to establish a safer and more comfortable environment, build trusting relationships and use techniques to maximize independence for as long as possible.
RN & LPN on Call (we provide health care staff to hospitals, long term facilities and agencies)
Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care
Wounds can either be simply addressed or may prove highly challenging. Such challenging situations can bring forth, when untreated, an array of symptoms and the aftermath of these respective symptoms including chronic fatigue, muscular unresponsiveness, and prolonged sharp pain. There are several conditions that benefit wound treatment and wound nursing services including: chronic non-healing wounds (arterial ulcers, diabetic ulcers, pressure ulcers, traumatic wounds), acute wounds, surgical wounds, osteomyelitis (in human: bone infections from bacteria or fungi contact), and fasciitis (lay-man terms: bodily inflammation).
Our skilled nurses have apt knowledge and experience providing immunizations to both adults and children, providing you the comfort that their repeated symptoms will not return or that they will be delayed. Immunization is a necessary aspect for human longevity, impacting and strengthening our immune system to excellent levels to fight bacteria and foreign agents that get introduced to our bodies. Over-time, with the help of immunizations, your situation will be greatly improved from the help and reassurance of our competent, well-educated nurses.
Post Operative Care
Post operative care can have a substantial impact on whether or not the patient has a successful outcome. The end of the surgery is not typically the end, the end comes after a series of long strides that result in full rehabilitation. The process begins after waking up, followed by documentation, physical analysis, and discussions with your surgeon about recommended steps. This process of waking up requires a bit of time to regain control of all physical extremities, each is individual and anesthesia is highly determined by individual reactions–you may have a short recovery from anesthesia or longer. Following this comes more analysis on your vital signs, to understand your condition as relative to the operation. This important assessment phase provides our care workers more understanding and reduce any complications. Once anesthesia wears off completely, the next hurdle comes in pain management, knowing how to administer any sedatives and control the pain is of significant importance throughout the rehabilitation process; through better pain relieving actions will you see a strong resolve.
Palliative Care is the specialization in reducing the suffering of patients. Palliative methods and medicine is recommended to all patients who are experiencing chronic pain from disease, injuries, or post-operative conditions. Due to the multidisciplinary nature of this medical method, our safe care home support nurses will provide you with both emotional, spiritual, and provide ongoing support until the end of your suffering.
Fear not, this terribly unsatisfying word translates to a life-altering, whether temporary or permanent surgical procedure that consists of surgically opening an area of the abdomen in order to relieve the body of excessive waste (caused by trauma, birth defects, issues in the intestinal tract, and/or diseases). This heavy surgery results in an opening that is made to release further excretion (i.e. functioning as a bypassing route). Individuals with such issues may be interested in live-in care providers, or frequent nursing services in order to allow patients to become independent.
Foot care is significant and reasons for requesting care is as follows: arthritic conditions, diabetic complications, nerve disorders and naturally circulatory disorders that impact overall feeling, causing numbness in the feet. Due to disease, traumatic injuries, or athletic overuse, foot care can become both long-term or a good temporary fix until the next incident. Through our consultation and our care, we can provide you the best of our experiences and knowledge required to overcome your pain and achieve great foot health.
Parkinson’s Disease is a terribly impacting mental condition characterized by severe physical impairment, particularly in fine motor functions. Muscular coordination, fine muscle control, balance (particularly walking) will be affected by this condition. The result is a physical tremor in hands, jaws, face, slowness of movement, and impaired posture/balance. With our experienced safe care staff and our free consultation, we’ll be able to get an understanding of your situation, your issues, and will conclude a meeting to help you achieve your daily tasks.