The certified nursing assistants at HomeCare Advantage are licensed in the state of Rhode Island to provide long-term home care to patients who are unable to complete personal care or other daily activities. Our main goal for long-term care patients living with a chronic illness or disability is to improve comfort at home, prevent complications, and reduce hospitalizations.
Included in the areas that we provide long-term care services are patients with memory loss, confusion, disorientation, and cognitive impairment, which can often be the result of Alzheimer’s disease.
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Activities of Daily Living Support
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) are activities in which people engage on a day-to-day basis. These are everyday personal care activities that are fundamental to caring for oneself and maintaining independence. These include:
- Transferring from bed to chair
- Climbing stairs
- Mouth care
Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs) are activities related to independent living and are valuable for evaluating persons with early-stage diseases, both to assess the level of disease and to determine the person’s ability to care for himself or herself. These include:
- Using public transportation
- Managing medications
- Using the phone
State Licensed Long Term Care When You Need It
Whether you need an hour per day or 24-hour care, the home care services from HomeCare Advantage are available when you need them to fit your schedule. Contact us today to learn more.