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Medication Prompting And Light Housekeeping Full-time Support Needed For My Friend In Clive, IA.

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Seeking care for my loved one in her 60s. Services needed: bathing / dressing, meal preparation, medication prompting, help staying physically active, mobility assistance, transportation, light housekeeping, errands / shopping. Looking for someone with 7+ years of experience caring for seniors. Specialized care needs: CPR/first aid training, support for chronic illness, nursing experience. Female caregiver preferred. A little more about my loved one: she can be pleasant. My sister has Systemic scleroderma and she does dialysis at home at night in and out of the hospital due to white blood count very high and possible TIA she is still in the hospital as of last night for the second time in a week. She's very very weak and needs assistance walking getting up from the chair getting up from bed . She has had this disease for almost 12 years. I'm looking for someone who is patient, quiet, strong. Someone who know how to hook up dialysis and unhook. I really do not know when she will be home just getting some ideas. So I need to know if insurance covers any of this she is on Medicare part a which is hospital and her husband has secondary insurance I believe it's Unity Point United Healthcare. Jackie is to the point where she doesn't go outside she doesn't exercise she sleeps a lot she has a hard time keeping her eyes open because she's on a lot of medication a lot of pain medication she's on hydrocodone she doesn't have control of her bowels because of her Scalera derma she is aware pretty much of what's going on. She has a palliative nurse that checks on her once every three months for when she needs them, which I just thank she needs more care I am her sister and it's time that she gets the right type of care. Bottom line I know that it's up to her and her husband I am just reaching out to get some ideas of the cost and if insurance covers it thank you for your help in advance. Jackie has suffered a very long time and it's going to have to really be up to her to make the decision to stop dialysis which means she will pass.