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Angels In Guard Home Healthcare

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Angels In Guard home healthcare provides a personal and family like care for your aging family. We are a small home healthcare company that focuses on all your loved ones needs. Health, companionship, nutrition, doctors visits, outings, drives, light house duties. We believe laughter and happiness is the best medicine for everyone!

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25 November 2020

My mother had a severe stroke. We wanted to keep her in her house. This would include daily care. Lisa was my mother’s caregiver for seven years. She took care of my mom six days a week. This included bathing, dressing, cooking, taking her to appointments, and doing daily exercises. Lisa did much more than just care for my mom. They became friends and Lisa became family. Lisa has an immense knowledge of nutrition, vitamins, and how the body works. She had my mom take all kinds of vitamins and eat healthy. My mother trusted Lisa to help her with her health issues. I feel this kept my mom living many more years. Lisa is hardworking, cares for her clients, and is very responsible. I can not say enough on how good she is with elderly people. We love her.❤️Linda Watts More...

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The purpose of companionship care is to offer company and friendship. Companions may help with certain household chores, such as laying out towels before a shower, but their primary purpose is to spend time with the patient. Grown children may want to hire companions to keep an eye on their aging parents, for example. Some of the services offered by companionship care include:
*Reading a book aloud
*Playing games
*Accompanying the patient for a walk outside
*Letter writing
*Monitoring the home
*Outings for meals
*Outings to meet their friends for coffee or tea

Think of homemaking as an addition to companionship care. With a homemaker, patients will receive all the benefits of a companion—such as transportation—but with added bonuses. Homemaking extends to include tasks such as cooking, cleaning, holiday decorating and even grocery shopping. Some of the services offered by homemaking include:

*Taking out the garbage
*Light housekeeping
*Respite care
*Meal plans for diet restrictions

Home health aides provide everything from companionship to basic health assistance, including:

*Bathing and dressing
*Light housekeeping (laundry, vacuuming, etc.)
*Medication monitoring
*Grocery shopping
*Meal planning and preparation
*Transportation to doctor’s offices and other appointments
*Companionship visits
*Organization of schedules and appointments
*Physical exercise and at-home therapy exercises

In addition, many home health aides are also trained to check pulse, temperature, respiration, help with braces or artificial limbs and perform a number of skilled nursing duties.