A skilled nursing facility provides post-acute care to allow a patient to heal after an unexpected hospital stay or during treatment for a condition. A comfortable setting with a compassionate team like Santé is ideal for patients who no longer need inpatient care, but aren’t ready to go home. Getting involved with the coordination of… Read More »
Santé has a compassionate team available to help patients get the care they need. Whether it’s from one of our rehabilitation locations or a home health aide. As we work to provide a continuum of care that focuses on providing the best possible experience for patients and their loved ones, we understand that caregivers need… Read More »
The position of long-term caregiver may be both one of the most rewarding and most challenging. Emotional hills and valleys are only some of the invisible signs of daily care for another human being. Caregivers often tend to provide such loving support for others that they forget to take care of themselves. This can cause a downward spiral in health and mental well-being. However, caregivers are often the last people to ask others for help. How can you provide caregivers with the support that they need to be more comfortable in their role?
Making the decision to spend the remainder of your time at home provides you with a peaceful way to be surrounded by friends and family. However, depending on your condition, your home may not be suitable for someone who is ill and needs significant medical and nursing support. Caregivers who want to make their loved one as comfortable as possible have a variety of options that allow for intensive hospice care at home. These small additions to your living space can provide meaningful benefits to your loved one and caregivers alike.