Sick/Injury Recovery Care
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Nurses On Call provides comprehensive support with Activities of Daily Living to recovering sick or injured individuals within the State of Maryland. Professional support from our Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) enables people who are recovering from sickness, injury, or mobility limitations, to receive the in-home care assistance they require in order to continue living a full and happy life from home, an assisted living facility, or a nursing home. During the process of determining which in-home care agency is right for you or your loved one’s particular situation.
The recovery process can be a short ordeal or it can endure for months while the body is healing and getting back to normal. Unfortunately, one of the more traumatic events associated with recovering from sickness or injury is the discomfort of being away from the home environment. Sometimes, a recovering individual may need intensive or specialized medical attention that requires a stay at a hospital or care facility. For when the recovery process can occur mostly at an individual’s home, there may be a multitude of Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) that are unable occur without. Perhaps you or a loved one is recovering from sickness or injury and some extra caregiving help is needed in the house in various ways throughout the day. A spouse or another loved one could be around to help with some of the aspects of caring for a recovering sick or injured individual, but may need to keep going to work for the rest of the day. Meanwhile, a recovering sick or injured person requires some degree of specialized attention and support to accomplish normal Activities of Daily Living throughout home such as cooking and eating, cleaning and house chores, or bathing and going to the bathroom.
Our In-Home Care services for Recovering Individuals
Nurses On Call offers customizable and completely flexible in-home care services and ADL support in the State of Maryland. Our Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) or Certified Geriatric Assistants (GNA) can steadily increase the quality-of-life for recovering sick or injured individuals by helping them live more comfortably and independently safe from a familiar home setting or care facility.
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