Areas We Serve: Essex, Middlesex, Norfolk, Suffolk
Deriviere Medical provides 24 hours Medical and Non-Medical, homecare services to clients, who may require assistance in their own homes and communities to assist in the maintenance and retention of their independence and well being. These services are responsive to the distinct needs of the client and community and are delivered by qualified home care workers.
We are committed to providing high quality, client-centered and affordable Home Care services to our clients to assist them to lead dignified and independent lives in the comfort and safety of their own homes. Their individual needs are carefully assessed, understood and met through the selective assignment of qualified, trustworthy and compassionate personnel.
Registered Nurses (RNs) - Provide skilled medical care including assessment, IV medication administration, monitoring vital signs, dressing wounds and teaching family/caregivers how to provide quality care of a skilled patient at home
Home Care Aides - Assist patients with activities of daily living and fundamental tasks.
Therapists – Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy) - Work with patients to maintain or restore their cognitive, speech and motor skills.
License Social Worker - Function as a patient advocate, develops comprehensive plan of treatment for assigned panel of patients based on patient needs, standard of care, clinical knowledge and expected patient outcomes, counseling.
Non-Medical home care services assist older people to live independently in their own home by helping them with the tasks of everyday living. These services are non-medical in nature and are delivered by qualified personnel and are sensitive to the unique needs of the client and community. These services do not require a physician’s order. The tasks to be performed by home care workers are non medical in nature and do not require clinical judgment and may be performed by unlicensed individuals.
Personal Care Attendants - Includes assistance with activities of daily living (ADL), such as bathing, dressing, toileting, grooming, mobility assistance, incontinence care, feeding and medication reminding.
Homemaking - Includes assistance with housecleaning, laundry, meal preparation, respite and transportation for appointments, errands, shopping and outings.
Companion/Sitters - Includes non-medical, basic supervision to ensure a client’s safety and well-being.
Respite - Provides assistance and support to primary caregivers.
Reassurance - Making contact with home bound clients.
Live-in – Provide 24 hour care, with continuous monitoring and supervision of daily activities.
Written by: Wichnite D (Director of Nursing)
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