In Home Care For Dallas Texas

24-Hour Home Care

Sometimes a patient may need round-the-clock assistance or more intensive caregiving. 24-Hour Home Care provides families with peace of mind and is ideal for patients who are bedridden, recovering from the effects of a stroke, advanced dementia, or any other debilitating condition. Our highly trained and trustworthy caregivers can assist your loved one throughout the day and at night. The type of care can be customized to meet your needs and budget. The valuable services offered can make your life easier and eliminate the worry of your loved one needing assistance when you cannot provide it during the day or night or when you need to be away for periods of time.

Alzheimer’s Care

When a loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, the task of caring for their needs can be overwhelming. Each day brings with it new challenges while trying to cope with the changing ability levels and disturbing patterns of behavior in patients that include hallucinations and wandering. Simple tasks like bathing, dressing, and eating become increasingly difficult for the patient to manage. Our professional caregivers have extensive experience caring for patients suffering from the devastating effects of Alzheimer’s. The biggest benefit home care offers is that a patient can remain in the familiar surroundings of their own home which is far less disorienting than living in a nursing home or facility. Alzheimer’s care offers safety, security, and peace of mind for families who need help taking care of their loved ones.

Cancer Care

Our compassionate caregivers can make things easier for you and your loved one affected by cancer. By providing your loved one with home-care you can spend more quality time together without the stress of being the primary caregiver. Our caregivers are highly experienced in caring for patients with all forms of cancer and will work alongside doctors and nurses to provide your loved one with the best possible assistance and support during this difficult period of time. Their compassionate care includes helping your loved one to live with dignity and to provide them with companionship and comfort when needed.

About Our Caregivers

Our professional caregivers offer supportive care in the comfort of the patient’s own home such as comprehensive assistance with daily activities, meal preparation, medicine administration, transport, as well as companionship. Their services offer the valued support aging seniors need to remain in the familiar surroundings of their own homes and avoid the stress of transition to senior housing. They are also trained to take care of patients with special care needs such as chronic and terminal diseases.

Certified Home Health Care

In-home caregivers certified by the National Association of Home Care and Hospice or community colleges have home health aide certification that qualifies them as professional caregivers.

Certified Home Health Aide

Training to become a certified home health aide involves basic training in personal care, basic medical signs and symptoms, how to measure temperature, take blood pressure readings, and how to help patients safely get in and out of beds and chairs.

Custodial Care

Custodial care is provided by non-medical professionals to support seniors with physical, medical, or mental conditions and daily activities they cannot manage on their own. Professional custodial caregivers can be medically trained or not. Typically they do not provide medical care but assist patients with routine tasks such as bathing, dressing, eating, and other tasks like transport and attending doctor’s visits.

Dementia Care

A person with dementia will need ongoing support as the disease progresses. Dementia patients suffer from a loss of brain function that occurs with certain diseases that affect memory, behavior, and thinking. They often suffer from confusion that can be reduced by having familiar people and objects around them. In-home care can help your loved one deal with the debilitating effects of dementia with simple tasks like sticking to a regular schedule, using reminders and lists for daily activities, taking walks to prevent wandering, and easing their anxiety by talking about current events. Eventually, dementia patients may need long-term care and 24-hour monitoring in a safe environment to meet their needs and control agitated and aggressive behavior associated with the disease.

Elder Care

Eldercare includes a broad set of services provided by in-home care organizations. It typically covers any type of assistance an aging senior needs to live a normal life and overcome the everyday challenges they find increasingly difficult to manage on their own.

Elderly Care

Elderly care involves caring for the special needs and requirements unique to senior citizens who wish to remain in their own homes. It encompasses services such as adult daycare, assisted living, and long-term care.

Geriatric Care

Geriatric care involves managing, planning, and coordinating the care of elderly persons with physical or mental impairments. Home-care for geriatrics can help your elderly loved on to maintain their independence in their own home for as long as possible and help them improve their quality of life.

Hands-on Care

Whereas companion care involves having a caregiver or someone else close by to assist and provide verbal cues to a patient, hands-on care is required when a caregiver has to physically touch a patient to help them with their needs such as feeding, bathing, toilet needs, mobility, and anything else a patient cannot manage themselves. It is usually needed for patients who are bedridden or have a physical disability.

Home care is a supportive service provided by trained caregivers in the home of the patient. Care is given by professional caregivers who assist patients with daily activities they are unable to perform for themselves.

Home Care Agency

A Home Care Agency provides the community with experienced, certified caregivers to help seniors enjoy a better quality of life in the comfort of their own home. At Careshyft our team of professional caregivers is dedicated to providing the highest quality in-home health care services to patients who need assistance. The individual needs of each individual are carefully assessed and compassionately met by our trustworthy aides.

Hospice Care

Hospice care focuses on the palliative care of chronically ill, seriously ill or terminally ill patients. Caregivers in hospice care attend to the alleviation of pain and symptoms as well as the emotional and spiritual needs of patients with terminal illnesses.

In-Home Care

In-home care provides supportive care to individuals in their own homes. Their duties range from ordinary tasks such as housekeeping, preparing meals, and personal care for individuals who are no longer able to manage daily living on their own. Home care allows a person with needs to remain in their home while receiving the necessary support that allows them to live safely and comfortably at home.

Parkinson’s Care

Parkinson’s disease is a life-changing condition that impacts part of the brain. Symptoms are difficult to manage and include tremors, memory loss, slow movement, stiff muscles, and the loss of smell. A professional in-home caregiver can help minimize the disruption caused by Parkinson’s symptoms by providing the necessary support and care needed to cope. Carers experienced in Parkinson’s can offer the emotional support needed to promote independence and restore confidence in the comfortable surroundings of the patient’s own home.

Personal Care

Personal care is a service provided to assist the elderly with general tasks such as light cleaning, meal preparation, laundry, running errands, grooming, bathing or showering, and personal hygiene. Caregivers also engage in activities like reading, playing games, and general conversation. They can also assist patients with cognitive impairments or serious illnesses by taking care of their personal needs and everyday tasks.

Senior Care

Senior care is specialized care focused on the needs and requirements unique to senior citizens at various stages of their lives. Old age is a sensitive phase when people need extra care and comfort to lead a normal life without anxiety and worries about everyday tasks. In-home care can take care of the needs of older citizens, including their physical, emotional, social, recreational, spiritual, and environmental needs.

Stroke Care

Stroke is a type of brain injury with symptoms that differ according to the part of the brain that was affected. Typically stroke victims develop weakness on one side of their body that causes problems with moving, thinking, and talking. Strokes are more common in older people and can be a frightening experience for both the victim and the family. However, many stroke survivors often experience some spontaneous recovery that can be promoted with rehabilitation. In-home care can assist your loved one to recover from stroke and maximize long-term independence. Depending on the severity of the stroke, the patient may require special equipment such as a walker or wheelchair. Stroke recovery support from a professional caregiver can help your loved one with things like memory exercises for improving cognitive function, physical and mobility needs, and emotional support in Dallas TX.