Our Personal Care Services specializes in serving populations with either physical, intellectual, developmental, and/or mental illnesses.
Personal Care Services provides in-home assistance for individuals with functional limitations that need assistance with daily living activities such as bathing, dressing, toileting, or feeding. It is about feeling comfortable with a home care provider coming into your own private space and, possibly, assisting you with the most intimate care.
Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) work under the supervision of an RN. They take vital signs, medication reminders, report changes to nursing staff, transport patients, make beds, and help with the overall daily routine.
Companion sitters are, as the name suggests, are companions to the disabled or elderly. They are responsible for providing social interaction for the client, which includes but is not limited to Grocery shopping, Social events, and encourages exercise.
They also alert nursing personnel of changes in behavior or status.
Skilled nursing care is a high level of medical care that must be provided by a registered nurse. These services can be necessary over the short term for rehabilitation from an illness or injury, or they may be required over the long term for patients who need care on a frequent or around-the-clock basis due to a chronic medical condition.
Our registered nurses are available for care 24/7. They are accountable for evaluating and monitoring the patient’s condition.
Ensure the development of your loved ones through our licensed and compassionate nurses.
Their responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Diabetic monitoring
- Dressing Changes
- Family-Patient Health Teaching
- Hypertensive monitoring
- Fall prevention and assistance
- Mobility assistance
- Supervision of Medications
- Wound Care
Need more information about our services or have questions.
Mothers Helping Hands Home Care offers a variety of services, from personal care to skilled nursing.
Have questions? Call us today at 470-260-4137 or visit our most frequently asked questions page.