Hospital sitters can play a pivotal role in not only assisting the patient suffering from poor health, but they can also provide them with companionship and motivate them to continue the fight.
As aging adults grow older, chronic illness and naturally diminishing health pave the way for more frequent doctor and hospital visits – sometimes just for a regular check-up and other times for more serious cases such as diagnosis or screening for an emerging illness or scheduled surgery.
Our Hospital Sitters Are Right By Your Side Every Step of the Way
At A-1 Home Care Agency, we know how frightening some hospital visits can be. The feeling of anxiety can be difficult to cope with, especially if your loved one must be at the hospital for a long stretch of time.
Don’t worry, each of our trained hospital sitters are personable, friendly, and experienced. Every one of our caregivers and hospital sitters understand how to approach those that have undergone traumatic events.
Facility Aides Available 24/7
For those that are disabled, chronically ill, and are less independent, our trained Facility Aides can assist your loved one by assisting them with daily activities such as using the toilet, bathing, and washing, cooking, dressing, and more.
Since we believe in always putting the patient first, we’ll prioritize the health and wellbeing of your loved one and help with other tasks such as physical mobility, recreational, and social activities.
While assisted living centers and communities do employ personal care aides, you must consider that there are dozens, if not hundreds, of seniors that require additional assistance and support. These aides cannot tend to everyone all at once, resulting in times where an elderly or senior is left alone.
A-1 Home Care Agency provides compassionate Hospital Sitters or Facility Aides for Elders and Seniors to provide companionship and reassurance during their stay, no matter how long the duration. We can provide 24-hour Overnight Care or Hourly Care for your loved one.
All of our compassionate and experienced Hospital Sitters must have at least 2 years of prior at home caregiving experience, verifiable professional references, a National Background Check/DMV Check, Tuberculosis testing, Malpractice/Liability insurance, First Aid/CPR training, and a personal interview with our office staff.