Elder Care and Home Care in Annandale, Arlington, Baltimore, Washington and Surrounding Areas

Providing care and comfort to the elderly is a noble job. Not only does elder care require dedication and hard work but also intelligence and wit. We, at Professional Healthcare Resources, offer you this service both at your home and at our institution. Our trained professionals are the best in the field. They provide a personal touch along with their professional expertise. They work in government programs and are available for taking care of the elderly in your homes. We provide round the clock assistance with our nurses, therapists and doctors setting new levels of excellence with every passing day. We offer our services in Annandale, Arlington, Baltimore, Kensington, Lanham and Washington.

Elder Care and Home Care in Annandale, Arlington, Baltimore, WashingtonBelow we have listed three points that you need to keep in mind when taking care of the elderly. Take a look.

  • Paying Attention to Signs

When you are taking care of someone very old, it is possible that he or she is not able to express, in words, exactly what is troubling them. So you need to be alert to signs and symptoms which could show their discomfort.

  • Being Patient

Taking care of an aged person is a job that needs a tremendous amount of patience. The elderly cannot be expected to have the mobility of a young individual. So matching their pace is important. Rushing an old person can lead to further harm or injury.

  • Remaining Calm in a Crisis

You might be in a situation where your patient might require immediate first aid or hospitalization. Panicking under such a situation will be detrimental and might even be fatal. So you need to be prepared for crisis management with emergency contacts ready at hand.

Therefore, if you feel you need someone to take care of the elderly in your house, give us a call at 703-752-8700, without further delay.

Disclaimer: Professional Healthcare Resources accepts patients under the care of a licensed attending physician and per individual request for personal care services without regard to race, national origin, marital status, religious preference, sex, age, sexual orientation, or disability.