Meal Delivery: Senior Meal Delivery Programs are a perfect way to make sure seniors receive nutritious meals every day in a safe atmosphere. Dietary requirements change as you get older, and the retirement foods you need to stay healthy are also difficult for senior citizens to get. The ideal solution to this dilemma is a senior food delivery service. Food supply services provide a number of choices, such as balanced meals, reduced levels of sodium or salts, or ready-to-cook meals. Senior food service providers ensure that seniors are provided well-served food without needing to go to the nearest store or foodstuffs.
Today, there are a variety of senior menu programs. All have a structured meal plan for their customers with programs that provide food every day, three times a day, and each week a selection of food. Some programs are arranged per meal and allow greater versatility for the consumer. It can be difficult to find the best food supply package for all the choices, but a small amount of study can give you a better understanding of what you need from the meal supply service. In order to help you get a better understanding of the foodservice you need, Jannic Health Services will work with you and your loved ones to decide on the best possible option and begin the service.
In-Home Art Therapy
In-Home Art Therapy: Art therapy is a type of therapy performed in the area of mental health. Patients engage with art and media to explore emotions, improve social skills, control actions, cope with addiction, make themselves more conscious, make sense of conflict, minimize anxiety, and increase self-esteem. Depending on the individual and their mental health issues, the exact purpose can vary. In general, caregivers work to assist their clients in day-to-day life with their sense of well-being and function. Along with other types of therapy and mental health management, art therapy is most commonly practiced. Both of our ideally matched caregivers have an intimate knowledge of the artistic process and diverse types of visual art as well as an understanding of counseling, human growth, and psychological practice.
Hospice & Palliative Care: For certain chronically ill or terminally ill patients, hospice and palliative care may be a more dignified and supportive alternative to spending one’s last days in the impersonal atmosphere of a hospital. Palliative care will help you control your pain, while special care for the patient and the family can improve the quality of life. Not giving up hope or putting off death but pursuing hospice and palliative care, which are the most suitable and best care in the last step of life.
For those whose life expectancy is six months or less, hospice is traditionally a choice and requires palliative treatments (pain and symptom relief) rather than continuous curative steps, allowing you to enjoy your last days to the fullest with intent, dignity, grace, and encouragement. Hospice care is not given in hospitals, nursing homes, and other healthcare facilities. Most hospice care is provided in the patient’s or family’s home. The choice allows you to spend your final days at home with your family and support from hospice care staff.
How We Can Help
Our non-medical home care services for hospice and palliative clients help with aspects of the patient daily life not covered by skilled nursing. We complement a patient’s medical care by providing personal, companion, and respite care services.
Caregiver: Our caregivers will assist your loved ones by performing personal care, such as bathing, shaving, and nail care. Additionally, most of the services performed under personal and companion care will make our clients more comfortable.
Respite Care: Our respite care support schedule gives your family a break from the intensity of taking care of your loved ones, allowing you to recuperate.