NEMA Eldercare cares for elders with serious illnesses to relieve them from the disease's symptoms, side effects, and stress. We provide holistic care that addresses the person as a whole and not just the disease, improving the quality of life for seniors and families.
Palliative care is provided by our specially-trained team of nurses, care attendants, and doctors who work with a patient's treating doctor to provide an extra layer of support.
It is based on the needs of the patient and not on the patient's prognosis, provided along with curative treatment.
Our caregivers focus on physical, emotional, social, and spiritual issues that the patients may face during their stay with us.
The diseases have different physical and emotional effects, and their treatments may vary from person to person.
Palliative care addresses a broad range of issues, integrating an individual's specific needs to care.
Our palliative care specialist will take care of physical symptoms, provide emotional support & satisfy psychological needs.
Physical symptoms may include pain, tiredness, loss of appetite, breathlessness, vomiting, insomnia, fatigue, delirium, etc.
Patients, as well as their families, require emotional support. Our palliative care specialists offer resources to help the patients and families with the emotions that come with a severe illness’ diagnosis and treatments. Depression, anxiety, and fear are just a few concerns our palliative care can address. Our caregivers listen to them, have one-on-one interactions, and ask for and satisfy any particular desire they may have. And arrange Skype/Zoom calls with the family & relatives.
Psychological & Spiritual needs
Patients and their families suffering from serious illnesses search for more meaning in their lives. Some believe that their serious illness brings them closer to their faith and spiritual beliefs. On the other hand, others try to figure out why illness has happened to them. Our palliative care psychologists help such people to explore their beliefs and values. Allowing them to look out for peace or reach a point of acceptance based on their situation. With tailor-made customized care plans, we have multiple projects and resources available to support you throughout your illness. choosing the correct treatment option advised by the multitude of empaneled doctors aligning it with your goal.
Respite Care for Caregiver
Family members are an important part of palliative care. The family members also have to change needs, just like the patients. So naturally, family members may feel buried under the extra responsibilities handed over to them. Many family members and relatives find it difficult to take care of the sick relative when they have other work, household duties, etc.
The fear of being unable to take care of your loved one who has medical situations worries the caregiver. The caregiver may compromise his physical and mental health while facing these challenges. Our palliative care specialists offer respite to families and friends.