Home Care FAQs

 

Q1. What is Home Care ?
Q2. What is Psychiatry Care?
Q3. What is Elder Care?
Q4. What is Home Care?
Q5. What is Premarital Counseling?
Q6. What is Marriage Counseling?
Q7. What is Drug Rehab & Deaddiction?

Q1. What is Home Care?
A1. Home Care, (also referred to as domiciliary care or social care), is health care or supportive care provided in the patient's home by healthcare professionals (often referred to as home health care or formal care). Often, the term home care is used to distinguish non-medical care or custodial care, which is care that is provided by persons who are not nurses, doctors, or other licensed medical personnel, as opposed to home health care that is provided by licensed personnel.

Q2. What is Home Care?
A2. Home Care, (also referred to as domiciliary care or social care), is health care or supportive care provided in the patient's home by healthcare professionals (often referred to as home health care or formal care). Often, the term home care is used to distinguish non-medical care or custodial care, which is care that is provided by persons who are not nurses, doctors, or other licensed medical personnel, as opposed to home health care that is provided by licensed personnel.

Q3. What is Elder Care?
A3. Caring for an aging parent, elderly spouse, domestic partner or close friend presents difficult challenges – especially when a crisis hits and you are suddenly faced with the responsibilities of elder care. Perhaps your aging mother fell, is hospitalized with a broken hip and needs to go to a rehab facility or nursing home to recover.

Caregiving can also begin as a result of unsettling mishaps and warning signs that indicate a need for long term elder care. Perhaps your elderly spouse has wandered off and gotten lost several times. Or a long-time friend has lost a lot of weight and rarely leaves home.

For more detail about elder care refer our section elder's care.

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Q4. What is Home Care?
A4. Home Care, (also referred to as domiciliary care or social care), is health care or supportive care provided in the patient's home by healthcare professionals (often referred to as home health care or formal care). Often, the term home care is used to distinguish non-medical care or custodial care, which is care that is provided by persons who are not nurses, doctors, or other licensed medical personnel, as opposed to home health care that is provided by licensed personnel.

For more detail about home care refer our section home care.

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Q5. What is Premarital Counseling?
A5. Premarital counseling is a type of therapy that helps couples prepare for marriage. Premarital counseling can help ensure that you and your partner have a strong, healthy relationship — giving you a better chance for a stable and satisfying marriage. Premarital counseling can also help you identify weaknesses that could become bigger problems during marriage.

For more detail about premarital Counseling refer our section Pre-Marriage Counseling.

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Q6. What is Marriage Counseling?
A6. Marriage counseling, also called couples therapy, is a type of psychotherapy. Marriage counseling helps couples of all types recognize and resolve conflicts and improve their relationships. Through marriage counseling, you can make thoughtful decisions about rebuilding your relationship or going your separate ways.

For more detail about marriage Counseling refer our section Post-Marriage Counseling.

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Q7. What is Drug Rehab & Deaddiction?
A7. When drugs are involved, the first step to making a change usually occurs after you become aware that your life has become unmanageable in some way. It doesn’t matter how you got here, what’s important is that you’re looking for answers to deal with your current circumstances. Once you find new ways of coping with life’s problems, without the use of drugs, the tight grip addiction has on your life will begin to loosen its hold over you. Recovery is possible with the right professional help and social support.

For more detail refer our section Drug Rehab & Deaddiction.

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