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Mobility Assistance

Shikila Health Care Service offers Mobility Assistance as part of its comprehensive care program, ensuring that individuals with mobility challenges can move safely and comfortably. Here’s how they provide this service:

1. Assessment: Each individual’s mobility needs are assessed comprehensively, taking into account their physical condition, mobility aids used, and any specific challenges they face.

2. Personalized Care Plan: Based on the assessment, a personalized care plan is created, outlining specific mobility assistance requirements and goals.

3. Trained Staff: Shikila Health Care employs trained staff who are experienced in assisting individuals with mobility issues. These caregivers are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to provide effective assistance.

4. Assistance with Mobility Aids: Staff members provide assistance with mobility aids such as walkers, wheelchairs, canes, or other devices, ensuring that they are used correctly and safely.

5. Transfers and Positioning: Individuals may require assistance with transfers between different surfaces (e.g., bed to wheelchair) or positioning in bed or chairs to prevent discomfort or pressure sores. Caregivers are trained in safe transfer techniques to prevent injuries.

6. Exercise and Rehabilitation Support: For individuals undergoing rehabilitation or aiming to improve their mobility, Shikila Health Care provides support with exercises and mobility training as prescribed by healthcare professionals.

7. 24/7 Availability: Mobility assistance is available round-the-clock, ensuring that individuals receive the help they need whenever it’s required, even during nighttime hours.

8. Continuous Monitoring: Caregivers monitor individuals’ mobility status regularly, adjusting assistance as needed based on changes in condition or mobility goals.

9. Communication and Collaboration: Shikila Health Care maintains open communication with individuals, their families, and healthcare professionals to ensure that mobility assistance is provided in alignment with the overall care plan and goals.

10. Empowerment and Independence**: While providing assistance, the focus is also on promoting independence and autonomy. Caregivers encourage individuals to participate in activities to the best of their abilities, fostering a sense of empowerment and dignity.