In-Home Wound Care Makes Life A Lot Easier
Seniors often find it hard to care for themselves. Reduced mobility combined with increasing forgetfulness can make it difficult for a senior to maintain personal hygiene, keep the house clean, cook, remember to take prescription medication and more. Given this fact, it is clear that a senior who has one or more wounds will need assistance in caring for these wounds to ensure prompt recovery and reduce the chances of contracting an infection.
While there are assisted living facilities, senior day care centers and other places where senior citizens can receive quality care, most seniors prefer the comfort of home over an unfamiliar environment. That is where a home health care facility such as All At Home Care comes in. Our goal is to improve patient outcomes by providing the home healthcare services you need, when you need them.
Our home health care services can provide not only wound care but also care for other health conditions. This makes it possible for us to work with wounded patients who also have diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, dementia, heart problems or other health issues. In-home health care staff members can be hired on a part-time or full-time basis depending on the need of the senior citizen and the availability of their grown children for additional care.
Caring for a wounded senior citizen is not easy, even if you live nearby and have time available to check in on an elderly parent. Thankfully, grown children no longer have to put elderly parents in a nursing home to ensure that they are safe and properly cared for. All At Home Health Care provides one-on-one services and top quality care that can help wounded elderly patients fully recover from their injuries, and even prevent future injuries from occurring.