Support We Offer
iHomeCare offers several advantages, including the ability for individuals to maintain their independence, stay in a familiar environment, and receive personalized care tailored to their specific needs. It can be a more cost-effective and preferred alternative to institutional care, such as nursing homes or assisted living facilities, for many people. The level of care and services provided can vary depending on the individual's needs and the caregiver agency or organization providing the services.
This includes assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) such as bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, and mobility.
Caregivers can help individuals with medication reminders, ensuring that they take their prescribed medications at the right times and in the correct dosages.
Caregivers can prepare nutritious meals, taking into consideration any dietary restrictions or preferences of the individual.
Loneliness and social isolation can be significant issues, especially for seniors. Caregivers provide companionship and engage in activities that promote mental and emotional well-being.
Assistance with light housekeeping tasks like cleaning, laundry, and food shopping can be part of iHomeCare services.
Some individuals may need help with transportation to medical appointments, shops, or other essential outings.
We have a range of skilled healthcare professionals, such as nurses, pyysiotherpaists occupational therapists (OT), who can provide medical care at home, including wound care, physical therapy, and administering medical treatments.
Respite & Hospice Care
This type of care offers relief for family caregivers, allowing them to take a break while a professional caregiver takes over temporarily. For individuals with a terminal illness, hospice care can be provided at home to ensure comfort and support during the end-of-life stages.
Some individuals may require specialized care for conditions like Alzheimer's disease, dementia, or terminal illness. Specialized caregivers are trained to address the unique needs of these individuals.
Nursing care is for people who need a qualified nursing care team available to them 24 hours a day. That might, for example, include people who need intensive rehabilitative care (like people who have suffered a stroke), people who need peg feeding, people with physical disabilities and people with long-term conditions. Our approach to nursing care is based on the use of personalised care plans. Drawn up with the individuals we support and their families, our care plans will help ensure that each person we look after is treated with respect and that their independence and choices are maximised.