Neurological illnesses often leave patients with debilitating conditions. They can experience problems with mobility, speech, cognitive senses, etc. All these drastically affects the patient’s quality of life. Caring for such patients at home without any trained support can be overwhelming.
Ubiqare Health’s neuro care at home service allows family caregivers to share the burden of caregiving with trained medical teams for best possible patient outcomes.
What is Ubiqare’s Neuro Care at Home Program?
While there are many home nursing services providers for neuro patients, Ubiqare is different by virtue of it’s objective and approach. The objective of our neuro care at home program is to provide clinical, physical, and emotional support to the patient at home and the family as well. Our telehealth platform and ecosystem of medical professionals and proximity clinics enables us to extend specialist protocol and deliver doctor driven care at home to neuro patients.
Our team of doctors and medically trained nursing staff provides the much-needed clinical support to the patient at home. Assured access to our Care Doctors and our collaboration with the patient’s primary specialist ensures that the patient receives doctor-driven care at home.
Our team also provides clinical interventions at home for episodes that a neuro patient experiences. These timely interventions prevent avoidable hospital visits, readmissions, and further complications in the patient’s condition.
A neuro patient often experiences loss in mobility, control over bladder or bowel movements, etc. They need help every now and then for their nursing needs. Our nursing assistants help patients with their physical needs.
Presence of our nursing assistants also provides relief to the family caregivers for whom the physical burden of caregiving can be daunting. Presence of a trained helping hand can go a long way in reducing the stress experienced by the family members.
Patients of neurological disorders struggle emotionally as well. They experience helplessness and anger due to their condition. This can develop into clinical depression in the long run. Similarly, the family of the patient also struggles with anxiety and stress caused by their loved one’s illness. The frequent hospital visits, the coordination of different clinical services, navigating the care protocol – all of these can make them feel as if they are losing control.
We provide therapists and counselors to help the patient and the family deal with their own emotions and maintain a healthy emotional state.
3 Pillars of Ubiqare’s Neuro Care at Home Service
Our supportive care helps patients get through their curative treatment and get best possible patient outcomes. This includes:
Doctor-Driven Interventions like, but not limited to:
Skilled Nursing Interventions like, but not limited to:
Intravenous medication and feed
Interventions for vascular stasis
Indicated catheterizations and intubations
Manage episodes of symptoms
We provide rehab services to help patients regain control over their body functions as much as
possible and adapt to assistive equipment.
For patients with degenerative or progressive neuro diseases, we focus on providing symptom
relief and improving quality of life through different stages of the illness.
Continuity of Care for Neuro Patients
Neuro patient often miss the medical attention of their primary specialist after discharge from the hospital. The specialist also loses control over the follow-up care of the patient at home which can impact the overall recovery process.
Ubiqare Health’s care model provides continuity of care to specialist and patient post discharge. We combine our digital platform with trained medical professionals and proximity clinics for comprehensive neuro care at home.
Our Care Doctors extend the care protocol defined by the specialist and provide timely clinical interventions at home. The audio-video consults, digital patient records, etc. allow the specialist to oversee and control the follow-up care for best patient outcomes.
Shailaja, an 86-year old lady, suffered a severe stroke in October 2018. She was immediately rushed to the hospital by her family. A known patient of diabetes and hypertension, Shailaja was admitted to the hospital and put under the specialist care. After the initial treatment, Shailaja was moved back ...
Biswajit, a 78-year-old Bengaluru resident was presented to us with several complaints. He had developed issues such as reduced oral intake and increased frequency of micturition. The reduced oral intake was beginning to make him weak and frail. It was also affecting his stamina to withstand any possible curative treatment. ...