HOW DO WE PROTECT

OUR ELDERS FROM ACCIDENTS AT HOME?

Home Health Care for Adults,

Seniors, and Children

Provide your home health care business with a compassionate mission. Your mission statement should focus on values which will allow the business to grow, prosper and thrive. Whether the business specializes in elderly or hospice care, rehabilitation and/or convalescing care, or care for special children- special bonds need to be nurtured between patient and health care provider. A mission that communicates personalized service – from diet and nutrition to personal hygiene, from timely medication schedules to round-the-clock patient monitoring.

Pediatric

Mary's Loving Care HealthCare professional has extensive experience in the special challenges and rewards associated with pediatric home care.

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This person will not provide hands-on care for the client (such as feeding and dressing) but will . . .

Paying for home care services is one of the most challenging issues for caregivers because most el . . .

Understanding Live-In Care When you or a loved one need an increased level of care, you still ha . . .

If you or someone you love is hospitalized in New Jersey we can offer bedside companionship.  Mary’s Loving Care is experienced in offering bedside care in a hospital or rehabilitation sett . . .

From head to toe, your loved one wants to feel and look their very best. Our at home personal care and hygiene services can assist with a range of care and grooming depending on your need to keep ea . . .

Approximately 125,000 deaths and up to 25 percent of annual hospital and nursing home admissions are related to patients straying from their medication schedule, according to researchers by Kathleen . . .

Nutrition forms the foundation for good health. Yet as people age, they often find it difficult to maintain a balanced diet. Elders who struggle with poor? dentition or ill-fitting dentures may expe . . .

When looking for an at-home care provider, Mary’s Loving Care is here to help. According to the International Journal of Nursing and Midwifery, mobility is an important factor in the quality of . . .

When your aging or disabled loved one lives in a clean and organized home, they enjoy greater feelings of wellbeing—and even good health. Those germs that linger on countertops and other surfa . . .

For your aging parent, driving to an appointment can leave them feeling confused, frightened or unable to negotiate the high volume of traffic entering and exiting parking lots. Aging parents who ar . . .

Mary’s Loving Care has one of the most comprehensive housekeeping and laundry services programs in the industry today. We are dedicated to implementing the right program to meet the individual c . . .

At Mary’s Loving Carel, our trained and caring staff understands the challenges that an ill or aging person needs. So in addition to our medical and therapeutic services, we offer the following . . .

Our Mary’s Loving Care Shopping Service can provide non-emergency, on-going support with weekly grocery shopping and limited errands (i.e. bank, post office, pharmacy). .     . . .

There are two groups of daily living activities: activities of daily living and instrumental activities of daily living.   The activities of daily living are basic, routine tasks, such a . . .

Incontinence is the second leading cause that forces seniors to leave their home. While over 80% of women and 50% of men over age 50 will experience incontinence, it is not a normal part of the agin . . .

We understand that taking time off to be in the hospital with a loved one is challenging. A hospital sitter serves as a valuable resource to your family member who requires around-the-clock loving c . . .

Is your loved one living with a chronic condition, recovering from illness, or simply in need of daily assistance?

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