Our staff is trained to handle our patients with care and dignity.
When someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or Dementia it is difficult for the family. The primary reason is there is so much unknown, and the rate of deterioration varies widely. With nearly 1 in 10 seniors over the age struggling with a variant of dementia, we at Faithful Nurse are constantly learning and implementing protocols with the latest information available. Our services allow your loved one to maintain their independence at home while creating a safe environment. There are thousands of accidental fires, wandering episodes, and hospitalization due to injuries dementia-related every year. Our qualified staff works to ensure meaningful activities are done to maintain connections with their familiar surrounding. We can’t stop the disease but we can offer peace of mind to the support system of our clients. Without the help of a certified nurse, a family’s efforts to assist their loved ones with memory loss and dementia care can be very challenging, especially when emotions are involved. When an elderly family member experiences confusion, has mood-swings, suffers from withdrawal, or is caught out wandering around, everyone in the family suffers. If this is happening to you schedule a consultation to start your pathway to trust with a Faithful Nurse.
Our caregivers are rigorously screened and matched with clients to ensure compatibility. Whether you require several hours of assistance per week, around-the-clock live-in care, or less frequent or intermittent care, we can help. For additional peace of mind, we keep very detailed notes and plan of care in a system to avoid mistakes with potentially deadly consequences. Safety is our first goal, and world-class care is our standard. We believe the quality of care doesn’t start with the checkbook because everyone deserves top-notch care.
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