If you are a senior or somebody who is nearing your senior years, you’re probably wondering how to best manage your health concerns in your retirement years. If you’re the adult child or a loved one of a senior or somebody who is nearing their senioryears, you’re probably wondering what you can do to help them manage their health concerns in their retirement years. Seniors have a lot of options when it comes to their health care. Many seniors are considering residential home health.
Residential Home Health
Residential homes are places where seniors can have their healthcare needs met and where they can also live. There are many different types of residential homes when it comes to senior health care. Residential homes, also known as senior care facilities, come in many different varieties, including: retirement homes, independent, living communities, assisted living communities, and nursing homes. Each of these residential homes offer different types of healthcare.
Some of these residential home healthcare options offer a lot of intense and consistent care to their senior residents (eg: nursing homes). Some of the other types of residential homes don’t offer much, if any, inherent health care services for seniors. Retirement homes and independent living communities are typically places for seniors to live where housekeeping and landscaping are taken care of for them, but no healthcare services are necessarily administered. Assisting living communities try to strike a balance between healthcare services and independence.
Supplemental Staffing for Residential Home Health
A lot of these residential homes are great. Residential homes can offer great healthcare for seniors and younger people who are living with disabilities. They often have great facilities, are clean and well-laid out, organize fun activities, and provide just the care that seniors need. But they tend to come with their limitations as well. With so many seniors living in one residential home, some residents can get lost in the shuffle a bit. This is especially true when these residential homes experience a shortage of staff, which they periodically do.
Executive Home Care is happy to offer supplemental staffing for residential home health. Executive Home Care can provide trained and experienced caregivers and nurses to residential homes for when they have a shortage of qualified employees to provide the necessary healthcare to their residents. Executive Home Care can guarantee that all of our caregivers are screened, tested, and experienced.
Benefits of Supplemental Staffing for Residential Home Health
Executive Home Care’s supplemental staffing services provide a number of benefits for residential home health including:
- Eliminating overhead
- Reducing payroll and insurance costs
- Reducing personnel hiring and retaining costs
- Easing the burden of interviewing, hiring, screening, training and termination of employees
Types of Residential Homes and Other Healthcare Facilities that Can Benefit From Supplemental Staffing:
- Rehabilitation Centers
- Assisted Living Facilities
- Nursing Homes
- Independent Living Facilities
- Physicians Specialty Centers
- Outpatient Clinics
- Emergency Clinics
Executive Home Care
To learn more about how Executive Home Care can help with residential home health, please contact us. Executive Home Care is also happy to offer in-home care services to seniors who prefer to remain living in their own homes.