Care You Can Trust In 2019
Your loved one’s care team can make all the difference
When your loved ones care team includes a registered nurse, you’ll receive additional care, support, and resources that go beyond your loved one’s day-to-day medical needs.
Before you choose a home care partner, take a moment to learn about the benefits a registered nurse can bring to the team. We’ve listed below the five benefits our clients say they appreciate most. Use the list as you consider whether your loved one could benefit from in-home care led by a registered nurse.
Every person and family we work with has a registered nurse who leads their care team. This is not true with many private duty home care agencies that do not have a nurse on their team. We want you to feel confident in the care your loved one receives, the environment in which they live, and the decisions you make. Nursing has been ranked the most trusted profession in the country for 15 consecutive years, according to the annual Gallup honesty/ethics poll. Nurses instill confidence and exude compassion, and that is exactly what our more than 5,000 nurses strive to do.
To learn how a BrightStar Care nurse-led team can help you and your loved one, call (866) 618-7827 or contact a BrightStar Care® home care agency near you.
Benefits of having a nurse involved in home care
While nurses partner with you on your loved one’s care, they also can serve as consultants. Their background and training means they can provide services, resources, and education that keep you confident your loved one is safe and in the right hands.
Answer questions about medical conditions and treatment
There’s a lot to take in when dealing with a medical condition. Sometimes you forget to ask a question when you’re at the doctor’s office, or you don’t think of it until you return home, or you just don’t know what to ask. Your dedicated BrightStar Care nurse often can answer questions as they pop up. They’ll take time to explain the details of your loved one’s condition and treatment.
2019 skilled medical services
if your loved one needs injections for a condition, or your dad needs care related to an ostomy – a surgically created opening in the body for the discharge of body wastes – in most states, a BrightStar Care nurse can assist with these types of services. If you don’t have a nurse on your home care team, you will need to find a provider to perform these specific tasks.
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BrightStar Care of Morris County provides a full continuum of home care services comprised of companionship, personal care, dementia care, transportation, medication assistance, skilled nursing and more to improve clients’ health and quality of life.
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