Trained and monitored caring caregivers are important in home care

  • Empowered staff with their customer experience successes
  • Informed teams of areas for improvement as patient experiences unfold
  • Enabled management, with actionable insights, to drive operational changes

Motherhealth trains and monitors its bayarea caregivers to have consistent care matching the home care needs of clients. This is very important for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s clients.

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A place for your employees in the bay area with corporate landlord

Motherhealth will now accept requests from corporations in the bay area looking for house for rent for their employees. We will furnish the place and prepare them for your employees. Profits will support affordable senior home care and housing in the bay area.

Email Connie at motherhealth@gmail.com

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Urgent care, emergency care and health care without the outrageous cost

I am in health sharing plan that allowed me to see a doctor via a phone ($40) after I emailed picture of my skin issues and got the prescription with 50% discount ($90) emailed and called in to Rite Aid. This saves me time and money. I pay $200 per month for my premium.

Urgent care and emergency care costs are different per county but in the bay area the prices are similar to the ones listed below.

Email motherhealth@gmail.com to save on your health insurance costs and also to save on your senior home care costs. Text 408-854-1883

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Bay area senior care and home assistance

We cannot leave our seniors at home without a compassionate and caring caregiver 24/7. We also need to senior safe our house to avoid falls and other accidents/emergencies. Leave contact information and medication list/schedules to a caregiver and another copy in your refrigerator and a copy of medication list in the purse of your mom or dad.

When choosing a caregiver, trust and compassionate care are important. Call 408-854-1883 or email at motherhealth@gmail.com if you need a caring caregiver for your seniors at home alone.

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How to be an amazing caregiver for seniors in bay area

Patience and loving seniors as your family are important traits of a caregiver.  A caregiver cares every moment she is with her client, a homebound senior.  She monitors her client like a hawk watches her babies. She adds more greens in the soup to give her client more energy. She knows every elimination issues will prevent her client from sleeping or being calm during the night. She can detect a sudden shift in health condition. That is an amazing caregiver.

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Name, age

 

Sweet Lady loves dancing ; 65 yrs old

 

Elimination time/status

 

6am; constipated ; pee every 3hrs; urine yellow

 

Grooming time/status

cleaned mouth/teeth/dentures, shower at 8am

 

BP/Sugar, pulse,others

120/75, 90 pulse, 100 sugar,skin rashes/joint pain

 

Weight

160 lbs

 

Breakfast/Liquid + Solid intake

yogurt, toast,banana,milk,prune juice, one egg, one sausage

 

Medication/Supplements/Herbs time and dosage

10 kinds of medications Rx, fish oil, Vit C, Vit D, Calcium and Magnesium ; pm: neuro meds

 

Exercise/Movement

 

Lunch/Liquid + Solid intake

sandwich, soup

 

Nap/Exercise/Appointment

 

Dinner/Liquid + Solid intake

 

Provider/health pros/Caregiver notes-observations

anxiety from 6pm till midnight, dementia progressing,sleeps at 8pm, shouts often, talks to herself

I love my caregiver

I love caregivers

I love my caregiver and waiting for her each day.

Though I live with my busy family of grandkids, I have one companion I can lean on.

She massage my aching body, especially my legs as my Parkinson and Dementia are progressive diseases giving me more cramps.

She blends massage oil with ginger, turmeric, eucalyptus oil, olive oil, rosemary leaves and anything she can find in the garden and kitchen.

She prepares a good breakfast for me especially an avocado smoothie with almond butter and soft boiled eggs.

She always remind me of my dietary supplements, if I poop, my liquid Floradix iron with warm prune juice.

She takes me to walks, senior center, dancing shows and library.

She reads the Reader’s Digest and most health blogs that we google each day about health.

She ensures that I am not over-medicated and believes in natural healing.

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Motherhealth caregivers in the bayarea 408-854-1883 motherhealth@gmail.com