In some circumstances, a client may need the qualifications and experience of a specialized worker. High-Intensity Supports are situations in which specialized, High intensity daily living, more competent, or more experienced support staff are required. Paradise and Paradise Care can provide you with all kinds of support that you may require.
High-intensity Care Includes the following:
When a person is in danger of severe abdominal pain or intestinal abnormalities, such as chronic constipation or dysentery, it demands specialized care. Our employees will strictly follow the bowel care plan that the patient’s doctor has given. They will also keep the details of the patient’s bowel movements pattern. They are trained to recognize symptoms that require immediate action High intensity daily living
Our experienced professionals recognize the extremely personal nature of this form of support and ensure that the patient is comfortable while treating them. They always maintain personal hygiene and infection control protocols while observing and recording changes.
A person who relies on assisted feeding or a feeding tube has complicated medical conditions that demand high-intensity care. Individuals unable to communicate properly because of old age or autism often dislodge their feeding tube; hence, they are at an increased risk of choking and suffocation. This group of people requires close supervision.
Our healthcare providers introduce food via tube as planned, supervise the rate and flow of feeding and make necessary adjustments. Our staff are well trained in positioning the feeding tube to keep the airway safe and avoid choking risks, with utmost care.
Tracheostomy care means keeping the trachea tube clean. This reduces the likelihood of a clogged tube and lowers the infection risk. Replacement of tracheostomy dressings/ties requires two individuals due to the potential of unintentional displacement of the cannula. Workers who provide this help must also possess the necessary first-aid skills to do CPR and place a human in a recovery position. Our healthcare workers are specialized in tracheostomy care. They perform it keeping the minor details in mind.
When a patient has difficulty breathing, ventilation, it helps the patient get adequate oxygen and clears carbon dioxide. Our health workers are well equipped with the knowledge of basic respiratory system physiology, types of ventilation systems and major equipment components and operations, signs of breathing difficulties, problems associated, and what action is required to solve it.
A catheter is used in people who experience difficulty passing urine naturally. Our workers know all the essential urinary system practices for both men and women. They are also aware of common issues associated with someone using various types of catheters, factors of side effects that require the help of a doctor.
This form of care is administered when a person cannot self-administer injections. Your nurse will:
1. Deliver a pre-dosed drug through injection.
2. Measure and monitor the dose.
Paradise and Paradise Care employees are trained to work with patients affected by both diabetes types 1 and 2. They know about the factors that impact Blood sugar levels, ways of managing sugar levels, variables that affect insulin production, and the common signs and risks of low or unstable blood sugar.
Additional support activities include:
We employ staff who are knowledgeable about different kinds of seizures; seizure trigger points and symptoms, proper seizure command and management processes; common methods of emergency planning and potential side effects.
Our employees are great when it comes to meal preparation and delivery assistance. They will adhere to written meal preparation and delivery guidelines. On instruction, they will comply with food preparation processes, bring the food and monitor meals to recognize and respond to risks when required.
This can apply to several types of stoma treatment, such as colostomy and ileostomy care, as well as tracheostomy care. Workers from Paradise and Paradise Care adhere to hygienic practices and infection control treatments; replace and dispose of bags as needed; keep charts/records; oversee skin problems and keep stoma area clean; and recognize and communicate problems such as clogs, signs of deteriorating health, or inflammation.