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Affordable Live-In and Overnight Care for Seniors

Often times caregivers may be living at a distance from an aging parent. At Nightingale Private Care, we are committed to easing the process of caring for a parent.   Whether you are just down the road from your loved one or miles apart, Nightingale Private Care provides licensed caregivers in your home for either non-medical or skilled care needs.

Understanding Live-In Care 

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Nightingale Private Care can be your solution to affordable home care in South Florida no matter the level of care required. The live-in stays in the home, overnight sleeping for at least 8 hours but provides safety and security for the remainder of the day.  Care from a Live-In allows an elderly person the opton to age in place in the comfort of their own home.  There is no need for relocating to an unfamiliar environment such as an assisted living facility licensed health care professional.

We understand the importance of having a trusted caregiver in your home no matter what type of care is required in order to keep a loved one safe in their own home.   When considering allowing a licensed caregiver into your home, Nightingale Private Care can provide a Live-In.

Duties a Live-In Caregiver Can Provide

  • Preparing Meals
  • Medication Reminders
  • Cleaning the Home
  • Managing Errands
  • Grocery Shopping
  • Assistance in Transferring/walker, wheelchair and hoyer lifts
  • Laundry/Linen Changes
  • Pet Care
  • Assistance with Bathing/Dressing/Grooming
  • Attending with Doctor Appointments

Home Health Aides- Live-In Care of Hourly Service

These specially trained caregivers can assist with bathing, personal care, ambulation, laundry, meal preparation, medication reminders, and shopping. We take the worry out of caregiving for an aging parent. The home health aides can even travel with you, should you desire. For clients who prefer or whose needs require, the home health aides can "live-in" 24 hours per day, providing added continuity of care.

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Yvonne Stutzke, R.N.Owner / Administrator

I learned in my training that a nurse's first responsibility is to be a patient advocate, and that's the premise I've based my practice and my business upon each and every day. It's often the nurse that is the spokesperson for the patient as they navigate through the medical care system. Nurses are privileged to have that responsibility.

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