A helping hand non-medical attendant also called “Ayah/Wardboy or Caretaker or Caregiver”.
Everyone needs a little help from time to time and while many seniors or patient person lean on the friends and family members for support, there may be some instances in which it’s necessary to seek additional assistance or long-term care, most of us will need some kind of care at the end of our lives,
Ayushya Healthcare provide Wardboy service in mumbai also provide the Ayah service in Mumbai.
Our attendant (Ayah/Wardboy) helps to patient in daily activities of daily living to make life easier of your loved one.
WHAT EXACTLY FEMALE/Male ATTENDANT DOES?
Female/Male caretakers help patient who need assistance. They can help their patients get dressed, eat, bathe assist for walking, Caretakers plan, prepare and monitor meals. They remind patients of medications and escort them to events — if working as an in-home attendant.
WHAT EXACTLY OUR ATTENDANT DO?
We offer unmatched Caretaker Services to household and firms around the city for Home care and Hospitals. Our Ayah/Wardboy are professionally trained and they have the capabilities to offer extra care. Our Home Health care staffs are capable of providing newborn baby care, patient care, bedridden patients care, elderly care, senior citizen care, old age care, mother care etc. Our Home Health care staffs are ready to work in homes, private duties, hospitals etc. Our Attendant offer the physical as well as emotional support to people who they are taking care of.
They will provide their services 24*7, ensuring your family members’ well-being. Our female caretaker will also provide the complete guidance to parents of the newborn and support breastfeeding mothers, and address all neonatal concerns.
WHAT SERVICES INCLUDES IN FEMALE/MALE ATTENDANT SERVICE?
►Personal Care Assistance:
Bathing and grooming, dressing, toileting, and exercise, Preparing basic meals of patient, cleaning of individual patient room, overseeing medication and prescriptions usage, appointment reminders and administering medicine, help with getting in and out of a wheelchair, car or shower, Status reporting to family, Safety and fall prevention.
Providing constant companionship and general supervision, Being a stable companion and supporter in all matters personal, health-related and emotional, Orienting or grounding someone with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, relaying information from a doctor to family members, Providing other caregivers a break, Following a care plan and noticing any changes in the individual’s health, recording and reporting any differences.