Children with medical complex conditions have different needs to be maintained in the home setting. These children need care focused on their medical diagnosis, activities of daily living, and their lack of growth and developmental abilities. Parents need equipment in the home setting that is in excellent working condition and in most cases, a back up plan for malfunction.
It can be an emotional and physical challenge to find safe and appropriate NDIS Service for a child with more than one need. Parents do not need a babysitter, but a qualified and trained skilled nurse in their home to care for the same needs the child would have if hospitalized. Parents need reliable companies to deliver and service things like feeding pumps, respiratory supplies, and life supporting ventilators and suction equipment. And above all, they need skilled nurses they can trust to use the equipment properly and render the care their child needs in the comfort of the childs home setting.
What Parents need to know…? Parents looking for excellent skilled care for their child in the home setting might consider these tips:
1. Check on how an agency is accredited and don’t be afraid to ask what state and federal guidelines an agency follows to be a provider of pediatric skilled care.
2. Ask how an agency trains the nursing staff and how they monitor the skills of the caregivers who come to a home. An agency who claims to provide skilled care for children should have a pediatric … Read More