Immaculate Homecare Services recognizes that Skilled Nursing Care has become more complex, intensive, and long-lasting than in the past, and there is barely enough preparation for this role. From the physical health, psychological, emotional, and social effects, caregivers give a lot more than is expected of them, at least theoretically. To honor caregivers, the American Health Care Association (AHCA) established the National Skilled Care Week, which recognizes the essential role of skilled nursing care agencies and centers in caring for America’s elderly, disabled and ailing. In solidarity, we hosted a car parade this year as we celebrated our caregivers and all the healthcare heroes around the Woburn area in Massachusetts.

 Appreciating our Healthcare Heroes

This year’s celebration was met with several challenges due to the COVID-19 social distancing rules and the inability of family and friends to enter the caregiving centers. Uncertainties on how long this will continue have changed the daily activities of the caregivers and our clients. However, one certain thing is our caregivers are playing a crucial part in passionately providing exemplary homecare services and saving lives. Immaculate Homecare Services partnered with a number of nursing centers around Woburn, where our car parade would pass by these centers and honor our healthcare heroes from their respective centers. We appreciate all healthcare heroes around the country.

At the heart of Immaculate Homecare Services are our caregivers who are dedicated to ensure that our clients are safe and well taken care of at the comfort of their homes. As your reliable homecare service provider, our agency offers 24/7 support with the following services:

  • General Healthcare: Administering medicine, prescription usage, overseeing medication, and appointment reminders.
  • Health Monitoring: Following a prescribed care plan, monitoring health changes, and making reports on any differences.
  • Caring for the Elderly: Orienting Alzheimer’s disease or dementia patients and relaying information from a physician to the family.
  • Respite Care and Support: Temporary/Short-term care on behalf of the primary caregiver.
  • Assisting with Personal Care: Bathing, grooming, dressing, toileting, and exercise.
  • Emotional Support: Stable companionship and support in personal, health-related, and psychological matters.
  • Mobility Assistance: Helping with accessing wheelchairs, cars, or showers.
  • Personal Supervision: Providing general supervision and constant companionship.
  • Home Organization: Helping with packing, organizing, general house care, and cleaning.