P A C E
Committed to Promoting Patient Independence.
Who is a Home Health and Professional Aide?
Home health and personal care aides help people who are disabled, chronically ill, or cognitively impaired. They also help older adults who may need assistance.
What does a Home Health and Personal Care Aide do?
They help with activities such as bathing and dressing, and they provide services such as light housekeeping. Home health aides may check the client's vital signs, and assist with home exercise programs. Home health aide follows a plan of care developed by a case manager (RN, PT, OT)
Why do you need a Home Health and Personal Care Aide?
Examples of home health aide services include:
Home health aides offer personal care services help individuals remain safe, independent and engaged in leading enriched lives. It's often the kind of in-home help that allows people to avoid moving out of their homes into a more expensive and less attractive setting.
These services can also be utilized as a source of respite by another person who is providing care to their loved one. Many times, family caregivers enlist the help of someone else - whether a friend, sibling or paid professional - to help with certain tasks when they have their hands full. A professional from Pace Home Health Care can be a great relief to overworked family caregivers who need a break.
Help with basic daily activities like getting in and out of bed, dressing, bathing, eating, and using the bathroom
Help with light housekeeping, laundry for the patient.