What is Frail@Home care?
Our Frail@Home care services is designed for people who are elderly and frail, and/or suffering from Dementia and other chronic diseases and disabilities.
The home care services are provided by registered nurses, physios, social workers, companions and/or carers.
Respite (in home) Care: A temporary caregiver comes to the regular care receiver’s home, and gets to know the care receiver in his or her normal environment.
The temporary caregiver learns the family routine, where medicines are stored, and the care receiver is not inconvenienced by transportation and strange environments.
- Respite (In-Home) Services means intermittent or regularly scheduled temporary non-medical care and/or supervision provided in the person’s home.
Respite (In-Home) services are support services which typically include:
- Providing appropriate care and supervision in the absence of a family member,
- Relieving family members from the constantly demanding responsibility of providing care
- Attending to basic self-help needs and other activities that would ordinarily be performed by the family member
During times of long term or terminal illness is when your loved ones need you the most.
It is also a time when you can do with some professional help. Taking care of a loved one who is suffering from a long term or terminal illness can be one of the toughest, most tiring ordeals a person can experience.
Whether it’s providing someone that is close to you with care during a time of severe illness, or being there for them in their final days, we know that it requires a large amount of strength.
We understand that families are not professional medical caregivers but should rather direct all their energy towards providing their loved ones with all the love and support they can offer, whilst we take care of the health, medical needs in the comfort of their own homes.
Note: Dementia is not a single disease; it’s an overall term — like heart disease that covers a wide range of specific medical conditions, including Alzheimer’s disease. Disorders grouped under the general term “dementia” are caused by abnormal brain changes.
In some people with Parkinson’s disease, however, one or more cognitive processes are impaired. If this impairment is severe enough to interfere with the person’s ability to carry out everyday activities, it is called dementia. Fortunately, dementia occurs in only about 20% of people with Parkinson’s disease.
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Growing old is not the end but rather the next chapter in the story that is your life.
Growing older can result in you not being able to either do as much as you once were able to, or complete certain daily tasks. These shortcomings and other similar cases should not stop you from continuing to live a joyful and complete life. It is also a time when you may have to rely on your family and friends to step in to give you support and care. Whatever your circumstances there may also be a need to look to a caregiver company that can step in to bring additiaonal support and respite.
We have developed various care options which can be customised to meet you and your familiy’s particular circumstances. This ranges from everyday 24/7 onsite care to day time care to respite care so that those who look after you can be given time out.
As we get older we may encounter health conditions which impact our cognitive ability (dementia) and we may also face impaired mobility, which results in the need for assisted living and/or frail care. Our approach is to ensure that you are well cared for through a structured FRAIL@HOME plan.