b◆home Home Care provides the short-term care necessary to recover in your own home after medical and surgical procedures and hospital admissions. b◆home Home Care is here to assist your loved one with quality recovery.
If you are unable to remain in your home while recovering and want or need to go to a skilled environment, you can also look at a short term stay in our residential homes. For more information and availability about our residential care homes, click here.
b◆ home Home Care can provide additional support through the end-of-life in conjunction with any hospice provider. Support can include frequent nursing assessments and care plan adjustments to ensure detailed bed side care is provided. Some of our care planning approaches include proper timing of medication based on the client’s condition, aromatherapy and music to maximize comfort. Our nurses ensure frequent and thorough communication occurs with each home health aide as well as the client and family. We take care of the mind, body and soul and ensure your loved one has peace, comfort and dignity at the end of life’s journey.
If your loved one is in need of care beyond the support of a companion, we can provide comprehensive hands-on nursing support. Respite care can help remove the social isolation that can set in as a family caregiver. Our respite care services allow the caregiver and family to regain a sense of well-being and have the ability to engage in his or her life and focus on their own family. It allows the caregiver to maintain friendships and possibly pursue a career while knowing your loved one is being well cared for. b◆home Home Care can provide the help to reduce the stress that a caregiving situation may put on the entire family.
Respite Care can be provided in your loved one’s home or within our own residential settings depending on availability.
If you have questions about surgical recovery, end of life, or respite care or wish to request more information, please call us today. We’ll provide you with everything you’ll need to make an informed decision about your loved one’s care. Call Vicki Martini, VP of Operations, at 612.275.5394 or contact us online.