Paradise Home Care is YOUR COMMUNITY CARE TEAM connecting you to the appropriate resources with care coordination and education.
In this ever changing health care environment, we are committed to partnering with the right providers to implement ways that can appropriately address this transformational change that we have been undergoing for the last decade or so. New payment methodologies intend to encourage providers to direct patients to a more appropriate care setting.
We have identified key elements and stratified patient populations due to the Increase of dramatic diseases, multiple and chronic illnesses and the collaboration of team members who understand the complexities of patients.
Paradise Home Care offers an innovative care program that has a set of specific protocols and intervention procedures for any health and care issues including chronic diseases and morbidity.
This program is supported by a team of Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurse Assistances, Case Managers, follow-ups clinicians and therapists working in a home health environment, as well as accredited pharmacies and medical supply companies.
We have comprehensive strategic plan alignment with selected companies to enhance the service we provide by educating, engaging and activating the best services available for a healthy and safe environment for our clients.
Types of Help Available for your loved one
Family or Friends
First make a detailed inventory of any assets individual family members and friends can contribute, including the assets of the impaired elderly person needing the care. Assets include available time, skills, space, equipment, the strengths of the person in need care, and most important money. Sit down with all the family members (or at least as many as are agreeable) and work out a plan for giving help. This involves defining and agreeing upon what tasks will be performed, by whom, on which days, and so forth. For example, Aunt Martha can cook, Uncle Peter can mow the lawn and Mary can check on Mom twice a day.
Some situations may allow for exchanging support services such as the Caregiver Exchange through Area Agency on Aging. A friend who has similar caregiver responsibilities may care for both impaired individuals one day a week in exchange for your providing the care on another day. Another exchange situation might include making a spare room available to a college student for his/her help with care of the care-receiver, in return for free room and board.
Our ultimate goal is to take care of you
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