Many seniors want to live as independent as they can as long as they can. However, when health conditions begun to decline and independent life is no longer appropriate, the life assisted into choice. In the listening facilities, residents are given an environment that allows them to have the independence they need, while having supervision and assistance needed to promote their safety and welfare.
Disturbed life facilities have caregivers and trained staff available to monitor, supervise, and / or help with everyday life activities. They also provide assistance with treatment administration or intake. They coordinate with health care providers that are suitable for residents to ensure their health and safety.
Many articulated living facilities do not directly employ medical professionals needed to provide assistance that may be needed by many of their residents. Therefore, the relationship between home health institutions and other medical service providers is very important. Home health agencies can provide medical services for many of the conditions owned by residents in the best-in-law facilities.
Some of the most common conditions are:
2. COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) and other respiratory diseases
3. Running style abnormalities or nervous system dysfunction and / or musculoskeletal systems
4. Decreasing functions including those at high risk for falling and those who experience difficulties with everyday life activities.
5. Those who need post-hospital care
6. Those who need help with drug management
7. Land lottery and laboratory support
8. Catheter management
9. Diabetes teaching
10. G-Tube and Colostomy care
11. Infusion therapy.
12. Assessment and Nutrition Support
13. Palliative care
14. Wound care
Home health professionals generally are those who are certified and / or are licensed with the following positions:
– Skilled nursing
– Physical therapy
– Medical Social Workers
– Jobs related to therapy
– Speaking therapy
– Ajai Health House