Generally speaking, our clients require either daily assistance or live-in help. We provide highly-trained and supervised caregivers to meet both these needs.
How We Care?
Daily, usually a minimum of four- six hours per day, three- four days per week. This can increase to two shifts of twelve hours per day, seven days per week, depending upon the circumstances of the patient. Live-in, this would entail 24/7 help, with at least one caregiver together with relief caregivers for days off. In either case, services provided are the normal daily duties of whatever personal needs the patient requires plus companionship, light cleaning, light cooking, errands, doctor's visits, etc. After initial contact, a representative will be sent to interview the client and family members. A general assessment is made and a suitable caregiver will be assigned to the client after being interviewed by the client and/or their family.
All of our care givers;
- Are Insured and Bonded
- Receive Thorough Background Checks
- Undergo Continuous Assessment
- Are supervised and monitored
The Nurture Services Skilled Nursing program provides a wide variety of services and treatments ranging from medication administration, diabetic training, and wound care to IV therapy. In addition, Nurture Services realizes that the best way to improve health is through education. Our nursing staff focuses on training the client or caregiver to improve compliance.
Nurture Speech Therapy is a comprehensive program specializing in evaluation and treatment of speech disorders, swallowing disorders, as well as training with communicative devices. Nurture Speech Therapists also assist and train clients with verbalizing expression and understanding language in order to maximize communication skills after stroke, surgery or trauma.
Nurture Services Physical Therapy is a comprehensive program specializing in the evaluation and treatment of orthopedic problems, neurological conditions, joint or muscle dysfunction, posture problems, amputations, head injury, spinal cord injury, stroke, sports injuries, industrial injuries, gait training, restorative therapy, range of motion, therapeutic exercises, and other medically diagnosed pain or dysfunction.
Medical Social Work
The Nurture Services Social Work program focuses on early interventions that may assist in preventing unnecessary hospitalizations or re-hospitalizations relating to social problems. The Nurture Services social worker seeks to improve family cooperation and enhance the client’s or a caregiver’s involvement in the plan of care. Finally, through frequent contact and assessment, the Nurture Services social work program hopes to eliminate the frequency or existence of emergency situations.