Home Nursing & Care
At Med-On-Wheels, it's about providing the highest-quality Home Nursing & Care services to fit you and your family's needs.
Senior/ Elderly Care Services
There are a variety of services Med-On-Wheels can provide, including:
Companionship and Home Helper
Our staff can help with meal preparation, medication reminders, grocery shopping & errands, light housekeeping and socializing with the patients or to help them keep company.
They can help with bathing, dressing, incontinence care/toileting, mobility assistance and alot more.
Alzheimer's or Other Dementia's Care
Trained staff can manage behaviors, encouraging engagement, assisting with activities of daily living, keeping seniors safe are our priorities.
Transitional Care Services
The Transition Care Services provides short term support and assistance for older people after completing any necessary acute and sub-acute care in a hospital.
This provides goal oriented, time limited and therapy focused care for older people at the end of a hospital stay. Transportation, prescription pick-up and or discharge assistance.
Care for Serious Conditions
The definition of health has evolved over time from an emphasis on mortality and survival rates to a multidimensional perspective. That includes ''an emphasis on the individual's ability to perform daily activities, and an emphasis on positive themes of happiness, social and emotional well-being, and quality of life.'' (McDowell and Newell, 1996).
Observe how conditions affect the senior, recognize changes that may occur, report and record information relevant to care is the duty of our staff so we can provide the care they need in the best possible circumstances that you may have.
If you or your loved one or anyone you know have been diagnosed with a serious, long-lasting disease or with a life-threatening illness, palliative care can make your life , and the lives of those who care for you, much easier.
Palliative care can be performed along with the care you receive from your primary doctors.
With palliative care, there is a focus on relieving pain and other troubling symptoms and meeting your emotional, spiritual, and practical needs. In short, this new medical specialty aims to improve your quality of life. However you define that for yourself.
Your palliative care providers will work with you to identify and carry out your goals: symptom relief, counseling, spiritual comfort, or whatever enhances your quality of life. Palliative care can also help you to understand all of your treatment options.
One of the strengths of palliative care is recognition of the human side of illness.