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Personal Care Services

R A S Health Care's caregivers understand that personal care is a sensitive service. With that in mind they will provide personal care with the utmost respect and privacy. Some of the most common tasks provided when personal care is ordered include:

Ambulation
Bathing/Showering
Bathroom/Incontinence
Bed (re)positioning
Bowel program
Dressing
Hair care
Light exercise, including Range of Motion (ROM) exercises
Medication reminder
Oral care
Peri-care
Personal hygiene
Safety supervision
Shaving
Skin care
Transferring
Vitals (blood pressure, heart rate, temperature)

We will customize personal care services to meet the individual needs of each and every client. If we are unable to provide a requested service, we will assist you in finding an alternative service to meet that need or we will assist you in finding an agency that is able to provide the requested care. Our goal is to be sure you receive the care you need to remain in the comfort of your own home.

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