Seniors With Chronic Kidney Disease
Kidneys are essential to removing waste products from the blood, converting fluid waste and excess water into urine. When your kidneys stop working properly, kidney disease is the result and the individual’s goal is to slow the progression of the disease. If the disease was diagnosed late, kidney failure requires immediate Renal Replacement Therapy in which dialysis or kidney transplant are the treatment options.
Elderly and Senior individuals with Chronic Kidney Disease oftentimes have pre-existing medical conditions such as Diabetes or cardiovascular disease that make them even more dependent on family members to ensure their health. If you have an Elderly or Senior loved one with Kidney Disease, an experienced caregiver from A-1 Domestic can help your loved one keep tight control of their blood sugar and blood pressure levels in addition to maintaining a healthy lifestyle with good nutrition and daily exercise.
Tumor Care Professionals
If your loved one has a malignant tumor from Kidney Cancer or a benign tumor, our Kidney Tumor Caregivers can help your loved one facilitate a quick recovery from surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation therapy. Surgery and therapy are both exhausting procedures that may cause your loved one to feel weak and dependent on certain tasks such as meal preparation or personal care services such as bathing or maintaining personal hygiene.
All of our Kidney Disease & Tumor Care professionals must have prior at home caregiving experience, verifiable professional references, a National Background Check/DMV Check, Tuberculosis testing, Malpractice/Liability insurance, First Aid/CPR training, and a personal interview with our office staff.