Who do I call for that? I ask that question routinely. For things that don't occur in our natural day to day operation, we wander through Yellow Pages and websites aimlessly hoping our answer will jump out at us.
A friend of mine had some significant pastic surgery and needed help for 2 days getting home, getting clean, preparing food, getting prescriptions filled, etc. Her mom was coming to help her, but her mom fell the day before the surgery and could not travel.
Similarly, another friend was trying to get pregnant and required daily injections in her hip for several days while her husband was out of town. The injections were supposed to be given at a certain time and the doctor's ofiice wasn't open.
My neighbor is pregnant with her third child right now. Her first child has autism and requires additional attention. We were trying to determine the best baby shower gift we could give to her.
People think Home Care is just Activities of Daily Living support for a senior citizen. Yes, we do lots of that and we take so much pride in our ability to do that well. But we do so much more. We help clients out post-surgery for as short or as long as is needed. We do medical work as well as non-medical work so with our team of nurses working around the clock, we can do injections and infusions in your home. And the coolest baby shower gift out there is MOMMY TWO. We can help the new mom out in whatever ways she needs while she is bonding with her new baby. And if she is on bedrest, we are there to help too.
Yes,we do that!! Just call and ask!