Home Care Orlando, FL
1912 Boothe Circle
Longwood, FL 32750
Counties Served: Orange County, Osceola County and Seminole County.
What Can I Expect from Granny NANNIES?
- Granny NANNIES offers clients the opportunity to hand-select pre-vetted certified nursing assistants/home health aides specifically suited to meet your families’ circumstances.
- Granny NANNIES carefully screens each caregiver to assure clients are able to select from only the best caregivers that are licensed and experienced.
- A Certified Nursing Assistant or Home Health Aide can be referred to your home, assisted living facility, or other long-term care residential placement facility of your choosing.
Home Health Care Services
Pre-vetted Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) and Home Health Aides (HHA) are available for referrals 24 hours a day 7 days a week that can
provide you with some of the following Home Care service examples:
Living in Orlando with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia is challenging and will require professionals who specialize in Alzheimer’s care.
Having the care of a private caregiver can benefit not only the patient but entire family, friends, relatives and loved ones.
Most falls happen because of loss of balance. Patients may have neglected the use of a walker or other assistive device and fallen as a result.
Caregivers focus on reducing the risk of injury and frequency of falls to encourage safe, independent at-home living.
We recognize that patients with heart disease and congestive heart failure need special care and supervision.
Caregivers understand the challenges associated with cardiovascular disorders and are specially trained and qualified to treat your
loved one with the care they deserve.
Hospice care offers emotional support for family members and loved ones facing an end of life decision.
Private duty caregivers work alongside hospice care professionals to maximize the comfort of your loved one.
We understand that taking time off to be in the hospital with a loved one is challenging. A hospital sitter serves as a valuable
resource to your family member who requires around-the-clock loving care.
The last thing you want to do after having a new baby is worry about errands, cooking and housekeeping. Having a homemaker to take care of
household responsibilities can give you more time for the important things in life, enjoying your newborn.
Your loved one may require assistance in order to stay healthy and independent. Continually adapting to day-to-day processes is demanding
and a Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) or Home Health Aides (HHA) can help make the gradual transition as easy as possible by carefully
monitoring your loved one.
Patients are often discharged from hospitals with the recommendation that they obtain assisted care at home from a private duty nurse.
A professional caregiver can ensure a successful recovery.
Everyone needs a break sometimes, so sit back and let a professional caregiver or homemaker do the work. Certified caregivers are experienced,
knowledgeable and compassionate with patients. A caregiver can be the perfect helping hand in cases dealing with special needs, including
Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and diabetes.
As our loved ones age health conditions and age related illness become more common and requires some form of long-term care.
Professional private duty caregivers specialize in helping aging seniors maintain an independent lifestyle in the comfort of their own home.
Family caregivers may not always be able to dedicate as much time as they would like to care for their loved ones. When work gets in the way,
a private duty caregiver in the Orlando area can provide the attention your loved one needs.
Caring for children in Orlando with special needs or those with disabilities of any age can be challenging for any family.
Having a compassionate care professional can be essential for a joyful and healthy life. Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) and Home Health Aides (HHA)
are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week
We understand how challenging it can be adjusting to everyday life after suffering from a stroke.
A Certified Nursing Assistant can play a critical role in assisting with daily activities and getting you or your loved one through a safe recovery.