Specializing in Alzheimer and Dementia Care - Caring For Injured Workers
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Memorial Villages, TX
Rice University, TX
River Oaks, TX
Spring Branch, TX Spring, TX
West University, TX Woodlands, TX
1919 North Loop West, Suite 435
Houston, Texas 77008
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Victory Personal Care, Inc. provides personnel for care of clients in the home and to a wide array of facilities and organizations. Service categories include:
Private Pay Care:
In the home
In a facility setting
In an Independent Living or Assisted Living Community
Facility Supplemental Staffing To:
Skilled Rehabilitation Centers
Assisted Living Communities
Subcontract Service Agreements With:
Certified Home Health Agencies
Managed Long Term Care Programs
Home Care Agencies
Trying to keep loved ones informed of what’s happening
Helping to decide whether a treatment is working
Using of the Toilet
Assist with walking
Respite care is for families who prefer to care for a loved one in a home setting but want or need a break. Especially helpful when your loved one is very ill or unstable, this care option gives you, the caregiver, time to recover from an often overwhelming, stressful experience.
Respite care provides relief for the caregiver. It takes some of the burden and stress away, whether it's for a few hours a day or a few days a week. Getting respite care is important for your health and for your ability to continue to provide care for your loved one.
Trained staff available 24-hours a day
24-hour emergency response system
Assistance with personal care
Three meals daily
Housekeeping, linen and laundry service
Active social program
Physical therapy/occupational therapy
Incontinence can be caused by many factors, including an inability to recognize the need to use the restroom, forgetting where the bathroom is located, medications, stress, certain physical conditions, clothing that is difficult to remove and constipation.
Keeping up with household tasks can be challenging enough when you’re in good health, but when injury, surgery, or aging has limited your mobility, you may find that you need help in order to remain at home while staying on top of chores.
Traumatic injuries change lives forever and entire families are affected. Studies show that often during this time, families experience overwhelming feelings of anxiety, anger and depression.
If you are caring for a family member or close friend it's OK to get help. With our experienced caregivers you can bring your loved one home.