Mind. Body. Spirit. Family.
These four components allow us to build a personalized plan of care for every patient and deliver outstanding home healthcare services with unmatched compassion.
A Helping Hand for Diabetes
Type 2 diabetes threatens a person’s future health and caring for a loved one with diabetes can be a real challenge. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed, but with proper care and support, your loved one can conquer type 2 diabetes. At Interim HealthCare we specialize in at-home diabetes care, so we know what it takes to successfully tackle diabetes day-to-day. That’s why we created a comprehensive, easy-to-follow Diabetes Caregiver’s Guide.
Our guide outfits you with tools for caregiving success. It explains:
- Why the role of caregiver is so important
- Why making certain changes is so important – and the consequences of ignoring them
- How-to instructions for monitoring and understanding blood sugar levels
- Tips and real-life examples for finding solutions to lifestyle changes in diet and exercise
- How to respond to diabetes-related emergencies
This guide applies the same holistic approach to diabetes care that our Interim home health teams use with every patient – illustrating why and how engaging the mind, body, spirit, and family members contribute to your loved one’s happiness and well-being.
You can do this! We’re here to help.
Dementia is Hard. This Guide Can Help.
Our commitment to caring for the whole patient in mind, body, and spirit includes families because dementia and its consequences affect all family members. Caring for a loved one with dementia is especially difficult. You’re saddened by their diagnosis and worried about the future. Our in-home care team can help provide much-needed support and peace of mind.
With that support, you can spend more time with your loved one while they are still cognizant and that benefits everyone. The effects of dementia will progress inevitably, meaning quality time now is the most important factor for families and patients.
Because the challenges of caring for someone with diminishing cognition or memory are so complex, Interim HealthCare has developed this caregiver’s guide, filled with information and helpful tips.