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meeting
your
healthcare needs

Palliative care is not 
about Death  

Palliative care is available when you first learn you have a life-limiting (terminal) illness or severe frailty. You might be able to receive palliative care while you are still receiving other therapies to treat your condition. End of life care is a form of palliative care you receive when you're close to the end of life.

Senior Portrait

older adults care

Did you know that you can live high quality of life when you are old. Getting old could be fun and pain free. 

 

Example of services that can be arranged at home:

  • Comprehensive Nursing Assessment and Care Plan 

  • Caregivers: assistance with ADL (activities  of daily living) for daytime, nighttime, living in

  • Hospital Stay and Discharge: discharge planning, preparing home environment, equipment installation 

  • Liaison with the medical doctors, pharmacies and specialists, arranging and managing appointments & care  

  • End of Life care: Advance Care planning (Representation agreement explaining)

  • End of Life care: Pain management and Symptom management   

  • End of Life care: Psychological issues - depression, sadness, anxiety, fear, loneliness

  • Dementia Care: different levels off care depending go the stage 

  • Fall Prevention:home assessment and fall assessment, arranging PT, OT, SAIL exercises 

  • Medication safety: med reconciliation, medication administration, oral meds, topical, inhalers, injections 

  • Diabetes management: blood sugar check, assistance with insulin and diet, patients education 

  • Non medical care: shopping, transportation to the appointments, housekeeping, meal preparation and more..

Older adults care

our nurses are regulated

You Care Plan is the official document written by a Registered Nurse. Nursing process consists of 5 steps approach. 

 

1. Assessment

A systematic, dynamic way to collect and analyze data about a client. Please share any information in relation to your condition. All collected information is kept confidently for the care plan development only.

2. Diagnosis — done by a nurse

Unlike a medical diagnosis that deals with disease or medical condition, a nursing diagnosis deals with human response to actual or potential health problems and life processes.

3. Planning

We set measurable and achievable short- and long-range goals for you. This work can bring emotions and even physical reactions.

4. Implementation

Your care is implemented according to the care plan.

You will have a different team of healthcare professionals assigned to deliver care. In some cases the caregivers or other team members might be outsourced.

5. Evaluation

Both your status and the effectiveness of the care plan must be continuously evaluated, and the care plan modified as needed.

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direct nursing care

If you are overwhelmed with the complexity of healthcare system OR you have been managing care for yourself or your loved ones,  you will definitely benefit from a professional healthcare assistance

What we do:

  • Assess your needs and identify goals of care.

  • Using clinical judgment and your needs create a comprehensive Plan of Care.

  • Collaborate with a multidisciplinary medical team including physicians, medical specialists, and caregivers to allow for timely screening, diagnosis, treatment, and increased supportive care.

  • Coordinate and provide direct nursing care: parenteral feed, urinal catheter changes, injections and intravenous therapy, diabetes management, etc.

  • Collaborate with your physician, and other members of your health team, advocate and arrange appointments in a timely manner.

  • Provide resources and assistance with accessing clinical and supportive care services (community or facility resources).

  • Serve as your patient family advocate with respect to your right to privacy by protecting confidential information.

  • Educate patient and families regarding planned procedures, medications and treatments.

  • Advocate for you during hospitalizations or nursing home stays, to ensure the established guidelines of the facility is followed and no unanticipated outcome in the patient’s care which results in patient harm is done.

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holistic therapies

  • Vitamin therapy administers high doses of crucial vitamins and minerals directly into the bloodstream via intravenous (IV) infusion. This method surpasses the effectiveness of daily multivitamin pills by avoiding the digestive system, thereby allowing a more potent dose of nutrients to be directly absorbed by the body's cells. Beyond providing essential nutrients, IV vitamin therapy also replenishes fluids and electrolytes, maintaining optimal hydration levels and potentially shortening the recovery period after sickness, physical strain, or even mitigating severe hangover symptoms.

  • Cupping therapy, an age-old alternative medicine technique, involves a therapist placing special cups on the skin for a brief period to generate suction. This practice is sought for various reasons, such as aiding in pain relief, reducing inflammation, enhancing blood flow, promoting relaxation and overall well-being, and serving as a form of deep-tissue massage.

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