Spotlight on the Benefits of Skilled Nursing Care [INFOGRAPHIC]

benefits-of-skilled-nursing-thumbnail-1000-ffccccccWhite-3333-0.20.3-1 Do you have a loved one who needs regular medical care? The good news is that you have an option other than putting him or her in a nursing facility. Home health care from an RN lets your loved one stay in the comfortable, familiar surroundings of home without compromising his or her care. With skilled nursing care, an RN will provide your loved one with the support they need, from medication management and injections to wound care and catheterization. These home health care providers are trained to manage care for a wide range of conditions, including cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. Learn more about skilled nursing care in this info-graphic from ANS Home Health Services, Inc. Our home health care agency can help your family find the right kind of care for your loved one, including skilled nursing and personal care. Please let other families facing these decisions know more about their options by sharing this information.


15 thoughts on “Spotlight on the Benefits of Skilled Nursing Care [INFOGRAPHIC]

  • Thanks for sharing all this information on how nursing homes can benefit the elderly. I like that you mentioned all the specialized equipment and training the staff have. If something were to happen to my grandmother, I would feel helpless. Maybe I should look into getting her into one of these homes were she can be better taken care of.

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  • I really did not know that nurses were so capable with home health care! When I think of a nurse, I think of someone who does the work the doctor does not want to do. Now I know that they are trained in all kinds of things to assist doctors maximize their jobs. Thanks for posting this awesome info on nurses and home health care.

  • My brother is an RN and I didn’t know he could do stuff like home care. He loved his job before he went back to school, but worked night shifts. I wonder if he would have enjoyed doing home care? It’s great that there is so many different types of care out there to help individual needs.

  • My parents are pretty old and I am worried about them. My siblings and I don’t know if it is the right time to hire in home care for them. So, I am happy that you wrote a list of signs that it is time to hire someone. The tips liked the most was on if they have chronic pain. A few years ago, my father really hurt his back and it gives him a lot of pain. After reading that it seems like it is probably time that we get them some help

  • It makes sense that having a skilled nurse to take care of your loved one will be helpful for them. Getting a nursing home administrator who has lots and lots of experience would be even more helpful because of that extra experience. Either way getting help for your loved one would be the most important thing.

  • It really made me glad when you mentioned that nursing care not only allows our loved one to receive care at the comfort of our homes. it will also provide us relief knowing that they’re receiving the necessary care. Maybe hiring someone to care for my grandma really was the right decision. At first, I didn’t like the idea that someone else will take care of her for us. Now I realized that it’s the right choice considering that professionals know exactly what they’re doing. Thanks. I’ll talk to my parents about this.

  • I really liked how you talked about the different home care services provided for by RNs, like catheterization and pain management. My grandpa is getting out of the hospital soon and needs skilled nursing to make sure he recovers alright. Thank you for the information about how this can be found and they can handle almost everything he would need.

  • It sure is nice to know that there are home health care providers that can help someone take care of people with a range of conditions including cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. My aunt is an operations manager at a very large tech firm, and she doesn’t see herself retiring anytime soon. She loves her job and she doesn’t want anything that can prevent her from fulfilling her responsibilities; including her diabetes. I’ll be sure to share this really helpful piece with her so she can consider getting a private nurse to help her out with her medication.

  • When you mentioned that one can feel confident that a loved one is getting his or her necessary medical care, it reminded me of my grandfather. He just got a foot injury after trimming his own hedges yesterday. He was able to be sent to the hospital but he needs supervision so as to help his foot heal. Since no family member can come to his aid, your article gave me an idea to get him a home care nurse so that not only will his foot heal properly but also rest at the comfort of his own home.

  • That is true that a nurse would be better equipped to deal with feeding tips. My mom has dementia and can’t feed herself properly. I’ll have to hire an in-home nurse to make sure that she gets the nutrition she needs.

  • Thanks for sharing all this information on how nursing homes can benefit the elderly. Our caring caregivers are knowledgeable in providing medical care as well as emotional and educational support to all our clients.

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