Patient Bliss specializes in providing 24-hour live-in home care to help meet the unique health and personal needs of every clients. Our trained team of personal care staff (Live-in Caregivers) provide around-the-clock assistance with anything from assistance with daily tasks (ADL’s) including transportation, light housekeeping, laundry and meal preparation.
Live-in Caregiver resides in the client’s home to provide help with daily activities and to have someone in the home at all times. These trained and certified caregivers can assist when clients have difficulty with daily functions such as toileting, sleeping, eating meals and bathing. They are trained to provide personal care, manage the household, and assist with activities.
One of our Registered Nurses will meet with you and your loved one to developed person-centered Care Plan to meet your loved one’s specific personal and health-related needs.
Our 24-hour home care services support clients in many ways:
Our number one priority is to provide high-quality care for our clients and provide family members with peace of mind. Fostering assurance and trust is important to us. This is why our well-trained professional nursing team carefully assesses the home and care needed to create a customized Care Plan. They also oversee our caregivers, and coordinate care with medical providers. This keeps everyone on the same page and our clients safe at home.
Call Patient Bliss today at 215-780-5475 to learn more about 24-hour home care options.
WHY 24-HOUR CARE MAKES SENSE
When your aging parent begins to require support during the day, at night, or even around the clock, that doesn’t mean they need to leave the home. They are comfortable in their own home. Patient Bliss offers 24-hour home care services when your loved one needs either continuous assistance in daily tasks or short-term help while recovering from medical procedures. Live-in Home Care can be set up quickly to provide peace of mind and assurance for individuals who are recovering from an illness or injury, or who are experiencing a change in condition that requires someone to be available in the home.