Carers at Golden Care Agency offer assistance and encourage independence. Our carers ensure that clients do as much as they can on their own in order to gain confidence and to keep themselves motivated.
It’s our goal to help our clients maintain their standard of living, regardless of their limited capabilities or health issues.
Golden Care Agency offers practical care with:
- Getting in and out of the bath
- Continence management
- Grooming and beauty
- Getting dressed and undressed
- Cooking and nutritional needs
- House work
- Phoning for doctor appointments
- Transportation to doctor appointments
At Golden Care Agency, we aim at providing the best medical care. Our carers remind their clients to take their medication on the right time, and ensure that the correct dosages will be given and that it hasn’t already been taken by the client.
Our carers will make sure medication is stored safely and isn’t damaged. All expiry dates will be checked.
Clients will be assisted with prescriptions and medication that needs collecting from the pharmacy.
Our clients may find themselves in a situation where they are not able to physically take medication themselves; our carers will assist the client with blister packs, dosette boxes and the preparing of liquid medicine.
Our well trained carers are able to deal with all situations and are able to call for any medical assistance when needed.
Our client’s health and well-being is our greatest pride.
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