Attendant at Home
Our Mukat Home Care Attendant at Home service, provided by skilled Medical Attendants from Mukat Home Care, offers affordable medical assistance within the comfort of your home. Our caregivers address daily needs, supporting patients in physical, mental, and social activities. From personal hygiene to mobilization, bathing, feeding, and engaging in mental care activities, our experienced attendants cover it all. Beyond basic care, we offer a second level of care, catering to more affordable non-critical nursing procedures. Mukat Home Care collaborates closely with you to understand your loved one’s healthcare requirements, arranging compassionate attendants for day-to-day care. Additionally, Mukat Home Care is your go-to for short-term needs, emergencies, and various support services, including doctor visits, nursing visits, physiotherapy, and medical tests at home. Our Nursing Attendants are adept caregivers, specially trained for Post Hospitalization, Post Surgical Care, and Long-Term Medical Care.
Our attendant at home services include:
Personal care: Assistance with activities of daily living such as bathing, grooming, toileting, and dressing.
Medication management: Administering medications as prescribed by healthcare professionals and monitoring medication schedules.
Mobility support: Helping individuals with mobility issues move around safely, including assistance with walking, transferring from bed to chair, and using mobility aids.
Meal preparation and feeding: Planning and preparing nutritious meals according to dietary requirements and assisting with feeding if necessary.
Light housekeeping: Performing light household chores such as tidying up and maintaining a clean living environment.
Companionship: Providing emotional support, companionship, and engaging in activities to promote social interaction and mental well-being.
Transportation: Assisting with transportation to medical appointments, grocery shopping, and other errands.
Monitoring health conditions: Keeping track of vital signs, symptoms, and any changes in health status, and communicating with healthcare professionals as needed.