Understanding Palliative At-Home Care
Visiting Angels' at-home care is available for senior citizens in Wilkes-Barre, PA
Non-medical assistance is provided by palliative care to help patients cope with pain and discomfort. Both strive to make daily life more accessible and enriching for individuals and their families. Palliative care can help with pain and stress relief at any stage of a severe medical illness, including shortly after diagnosis. It's usually used in conjunction with medical treatments to improve a person's quality of life while managing their sickness.
The benefits of palliative at-home care
At Visiting Angels of Wilkes-Barre, palliative care includes various services for our patients and their families. Some of the benefits of our palliative care for seniors and other people with chronic illnesses are as follows:
Physical assistance with daily duties at home. Our at-home care can help your senior with cooking, grocery shopping, and light housework, to name a few things. They can also discreetly and respectfully assist with bathing, toileting, and general hygiene.
Conversation and social stimulation. Managing a severe illness can be a lonely and challenging experience. Our caregivers will be present to listen, provide sympathy, and keep clients engaged in their environment.
Optimism and hope. By maintaining a positive attitude and emphasizing hope, healing, and community, we can address our customers' emotional needs.
When you're caring for a loved one who has a severe medical condition, it's tempting to lose track of your thoughts and needs. We hope to provide respite to our customers and their families by providing exceptional service.
Your family can unwind, recover, and process feelings about your senior loved one's condition with our at-home care. We're also here to listen, provide guidance, and assist in any way we can.
Contact Visiting Angels
It's never too early to get involved with the Visiting Angels of Wilkes-Barre. Although your loved one's needs are now manageable, they may change at any time. The transition to senior professional care will be more straightforward for everyone if you progressively familiarize your loved one with their care provider. If you're feeling overwhelmed, anxious, or exhausted, it's time to contact our team to get professional assistance.