When senior citizens reach a point where they need care at home, it is common for relatives to step in and help out when they can. In many cases, it is possible for families to care for their senior loved ones during the day. However, it gets difficult at night as relatives may not be able to spend their nights in the home with their senior loved ones. Even when this is possible, the caring relatives are likely to sleep at night and will not be able to respond quickly in an emergency. If your senior loved ones suffer from dementia, have recently had surgery, or have a high risk of falling, it may be best for them to have an overnight caregiver present.
At Assisting Hands® Home Care, we provide overnight senior care services to help seniors and adults with disabilities who need a caregiver present through the night in West Palm Beach, North Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, and Boynton Beach, FL. Our overnight caregiver will be at your loved one’s home in the evening to provide care and assistance and they will stay through the night to provide assistance as needed and respond to emergencies. You can choose to have the overnight caregiver stay in the bedroom of your loved ones or in a nearby area to respond quickly when needed.
Non-Medical Overnight Home Care
Our overnight caregivers are highly trained to provide quality, compassionate home care and they have each passed a background check so you can trust them in your loved one’s home. Each of our caregivers are also licensed, bonded, and insured for your protection.
With our overnight home care services, our caregivers will arrive in the evening to help your loved ones get dressed and ready for bed. Once your loved ones are in bed, our overnight caregiver will stay nearby to check on them regularly and respond if they need help getting to the bathroom. We will also respond immediately if there is an emergency. In the morning, our caregiver will help your loved one out of bed and assist them with bathing, dressing, and restroom use.
You can expect our overnight caregivers to provide assistance with the following
- Help with activities of daily living (ADLs) such as bathing, restroom use, and dressing
- Getting into and out of bed and changing positions if needed
- Assistance going to the bathroom at night
- Medication reminders