PALM BEACH NURSING CARE
Palm Beach NURSING CARE
As the area’s leading in-home nursing care provider, we refer the very best, compassionate care for the elderly. It is our goal to make sure that our referred aides are there to improve the physical, emotional and spiritual wellness of all our clients, and that is exactly what they do – every day.
With a number of services and experienced in-home care providers, we can assist you to plan a program specifically for the needs of each client.
Our referred caregivers will care for you or your loved one @ home, in or even in a hospital setting to receive the one on one care and attention you deserve.
All of our referred caregivers are trained in communicating with persons who have Alzheimer’s and related cases, which ensures a high level of care to clients
Private Duty In home care services 24 hours / 7 days a week.
We are here to help you get that right person to assist you or a loved one get that special care.
We will work with you to evaluate the level of care that is necessary to improve your loved one’s quality of life. PBNC refer nurses available to serve you 24/7. Our data of licensed nurses provide skilled nursing services in the comfort of your own home, independent living or assisted living facility. Short or long-term visits available (2-hour minimum).
Our referred caregivers offer a variety of services to give our clients the specific care they need, including:
Home Care (Medical/Non-Medical)
Personal Care (Bathing/Bathroom Assistance)
Palm Beach Nursing Care is licensed, bonded and insured, and all of our in-home care referred providers are Certified, extremely understanding, skilled, educated, and experienced in caring for the elderly.
The pool of referred caregivers in our database are dedicated, dependable, mature, caring, and professional
CAREGIVER TIPS: PROVIDE CHOICES TO YOUR CARE RECIPIENTS
One of the key objectives of a caregiver is preserving the dignity of the individual in your care. When this journey with my mother-in-law began she was mentally acute, all her senses functioned normally, she was ambulatory and semi-independent. But as the years passed her hearing grew worse, her vision weakened, her cardiac condition worsened, she fell and broke a leg and is now confined to a wheel chair.