How Home Healthcare Works
Letting Go of the Worry: How Home Healthcare Works
For us, the first step in the process is always the same: we listen. We listen to the particular details of your situation, and the needs of your loved one. We listen to your concerns, and we listen to your goals and expected outcomes. Nurses and More understands that every situation is unique, and the best way for us to make the right match is by hearing what you have to say.
YOUR FIRST STEP
For you, the first step might seem more challenging. How do you even know when a parent or loved one needs help? In cases that aren’t as obvious as a disease like late-stage Alzheimer’s or multiple sclerosis, it’s important to look for warning signs:
- He or she has become noticeably less attentive to personal hygiene
- Once familiar tasks have become difficult or frustrating
- Appointments are forgotten, medication isn’t taken, or bills go unpaid
- Spoiled food sits in the refrigerator, or trash piles up unattended
- Bruising appears without explanation
- Walking or maintaining balance has become a struggle
Have you noticed any of those changes in your loved one recently? These signs are just a few of the many possible indications that your loved may need help. The important thing is to trust your instincts—if something seems different or wrong, it may be time to seek help. Nurses and More will be with you every step of the way. From the initial consultation to the arrival of a caregiver at your loved one’s door, we’ll make it easy. And if you ever have a concern, our office staff will always be there to respond quickly and efficiently to ensure you and your loved one are well taken care of. Contact us today to learn more or to get started.
Frequently Asked Questions
“Nurses and More’s responsiveness is their greatest strength. From the moment you make a request, someone is either available right away or they respond very quickly. The service feels personalized, and the staff is easy to talk to and to work with. We’ve always been very happy with them.”