Our Aged Care Services Includes

Short Term Care: Short-term care services are designed to provide temporary support for older individuals recovering from illness or surgery, or for those in need of additional assistance during times of transition. Whether it’s assistance with personal care, medication management, or household tasks, our short-term care services offer the support needed to regain independence and well-being.

Long Term Care:Long-term care services are tailored to meet the ongoing needs of individuals who require assistance with daily activities due to age-related issues, chronic health conditions, or disabilities. Our long-term care services focus on promoting independence, maintaining quality of life, and ensuring safety and comfort for people we support.

Personal Care: Receive support with personal care needs tailored to your specific requirements. Our support workers assist with showering, dressing, and medication management, ensuring comfort and dignity are maintained. With gentle and compassionate care, we help you navigate daily routines with ease.

Home Help: Maintain a clean and comfortable living environment with our assistance. Our support workers provide help with house cleaning, ensuring your home remains tidy and organised.

Respite Care: Respite care offers temporary relief for family caregivers who may need a break from their caregiving responsibilities. Whether it’s for a few hours, a day, or longer, our respite care services provide peace of mind, knowing that your loved one is in capable and caring hands.

Palliative Care: Palliative care focuses on providing compassionate and holistic support to individuals with life-limiting illnesses and their families. Our palliative care services aim to alleviate pain and discomfort, manage symptoms, and enhance quality of life, while also addressing the emotional, social, and spiritual needs of people we support and their whānau.

Why Choose Geneva’s Aged Care Services?

Specialised Care Expertise: With years of experience in the healthcare industry, our team of skilled support workers is trained to provide high-quality care that meets the unique needs of ageing individuals.

Personalised Care Plans: Our caregivers are compassionate, empathetic, and dedicated to providing personalised care with dignity and respect. We offer flexible and tailored services to ensure the best possible outcomes for people we support, taking into account their individual needs and preferences.

24/7 Wrap-around support: We’re on call 24/7 and will have regular check ins with person we support to review their support plan so that their support services continue to meet their changing needs and preferences.

Discover the difference that compassionate and comprehensive aged care services can make in your life or the life of your loved one. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can support you on your ageing journey with dignity, respect, and compassion. At Geneva Healthcare, your well-being is our priority.

Knowing When Aged Care is Needed

Changes in Physical Health: Noticeable changes in physical health, such as difficulty with mobility, chronic health conditions, or increasing frailty, may indicate a need for additional support and assistance with daily activities.

Cognitive Decline: If you or your loved one is experiencing memory loss, confusion, or difficulty with decision-making, it may be a sign of cognitive decline that requires extra care and support.

Safety Concerns at Home: Safety hazards in the home, such as falls, accidents, or difficulty managing household tasks independently, may pose risks to health and well-being, indicating the need for professional assistance and supervision.

Family Caregiver Stress and Burnout: Family caregivers experiencing significant stress, exhaustion, or feelings of burnout may find it challenging to continue providing care at home. Seeking aged care support can provide relief for caregivers while ensuring the needs of the individual receiving care are met.

Social Isolation: Feelings of loneliness, social isolation, or limited social engagement can negatively impact mental and emotional well-being. Aged care services can offer companionship, social activities, and opportunities for community engagement to combat feelings of isolation and promote overall quality of life.

Progression of Chronic Conditions: As chronic health conditions progress, the level of care and support needed may increase. Aged care services can provide assistance with managing medications, monitoring health conditions, and coordinating medical appointments to ensure optimal health outcomes.

Difficulty Managing Daily Activities: Difficulty with activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, grooming, and meal preparation, may indicate a need for personal care assistance and support to maintain independence and well-being.

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