Caregivers referred to provide in-home nursing care are available to provide the following services, amongst others:
- RN nursing assessments; reporting to family and implementing the subsequent care plan
- Medication management
- Wound care and dressing changes
- Care plan maintenance; working with the physician, the client, and their family
- Colostomy care and catheter care
- High-tech intravenous therapy
- Various nursing procedures as ordered/prescribed by a physician
Caregivers referred to provide skilled nursing care often supplement ongoing companion or personal care when the client may require specialized in-home care by licensed medical professionals, such as the services listed above. In-home nursing care is provided by licensed registered nurses and licensed practical nurses only, whose licensure and experience have undergone thorough verification.
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TenderCare Services can schedule an initial nursing assessment for any client who requires in-home skilled nursing care from an RN or LPN. This assessment enables our team to establish the client’s medical condition and history and ascertain the level of service they require. As well as establish an appropriate care plan for the ongoing caregivers to adhere to in accordance with our Florida Agency for Health Care Administration Nurse Registry license.
Below is just one example of skilled in-home nursing care:
An RN or LPN will visit the client’s home for an hour-long medication management visit each week. The nurse will transfer all medication from their original containers into a 7-day medication dispenser and order any medication refills from the pharmacy before they run out, ensuring a constant supply. TenderCare Services will relay any medication changes provided to us by the client’s doctor to the nurse, who will order new medication from the pharmacy and fill the dispenser or remove stopped medications from the dispenser. The nurse will also take vitals during the visit and address any medical concerns from the client or their caregiver.