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The chronic care disease management services from NuevaCare help San Francisco seniors and those with disabilities to live with chronic diseases like diabetes, dementia, Alzheimer’s, COPD, heart disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, stroke, and many other conditions of aging. We can help you develop a comprehensive plan of care for managing chronic diseases and our care management team can ensure the implementation of the plan and continued review and updates to the plan as conditions change. Our professional in home caregivers can provide one on one assistance to help your loved one to better manage their health and to reach the highest quality of life possible. While our office is in San Francisco, our caregivers service all neighborhoods in the City, from Pacific Heights to the Avenues, and even to South San Francisco or Daly City and nearby cities, as well as everywhere in between.
Each of our highly qualified professional caregivers are trained in disease management, offering a patient centered approach to help your loved one manage their illness at home. With the assistance of our trained staff, patients can learn to more effectively manage chronic illnesses that could otherwise be debilitating.
Chronic care management is now an issue of critical importance in the world of senior care. A growing number of Americans find themselves faced with chronic care issues like diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, COPD, cardiac compromise, fibromyalgia, Parkinson’s, stroke, and so many more. These diseases are all remarkable because they are all chronic – things that the individuals who live with must learn to take care of on a day-to-day basis for years on end. Whatever condition your loved one is battling, and whatever challenges may present themselves to you and your loved one due to a chronic disease, our professional caregivers are there to help.
Our help with chronic care management comes in so many forms. Here are just a few of the most important aspects of our disease management:
As you can see, much of this is about coordination of care and sticking to the plans that are set out by doctors in order to get the best results for those suffering from chronic illnesses or conditions.
The hardest part of living with a chronic disease is that it requires caregivers to repeat many of the same actions again and again and again. Many of our clients are busy Bay Area professionals, who need help with a mom or a dad who live in San Francisco’s Presidio, for example. They may work in San Jose or San Mateo, but to have an in-home caregiver come to the parent in San Francisco makes it easier to juggle their many responsibilities.
Oftentimes, caregivers can become overly burdened with the tedious but necessary tasks that go along with chronic care management. This day to day grind that goes along with managing long term illness is time consuming and can be mentally exhausting. That’s where the incredible power of in home care comes in, helping seniors with the day-to-day tasks and giving them the facilitation that they need to adhere to the orders of the medical professionals who are a part of your loved one’s disease management.
Whether it’s medication reminders, visits to doctors, prescription pickup, or activity reminders, our non-medical in home caregivers are in the trenches with all of the little things that add up so quickly in the world of chronic illness. The day-to-day is an incredibly important part of ensuring that chronic issues are dealt with effectively, and giving individuals the fullest and most enriching lives possible.
Coordination of care is an important part of chronic care management, and it’s an aspect of the issue that many family caregivers feel overwhelmed with. The good news is that with the support of a professional in home caregiver, chronic disease management doesn’t have to be so overwhelming.
NuevaCare’s trained caregivers can provide assistance with the following chronic diseases;
San Francisco Factoid
The Presidio has a rich history spanning back to the time of the native Ohlone people. The Spanish arrived in 1776 to establish the northernmost outpost of their empire in western North America. The Presidio fell under Mexican rule for 24 years before the U.S. Army took control in 1846. Over 148 years, the U.S. Army transformed the Presidio grounds from mostly windswept dunes and scrub to a verdant, preeminent military post. In 1962, the Presidio was designated a National Historic Landmark and the site has been part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area since 1994. Source: https://www.nps.gov/prsf/learn/historyculture/index.htm