In-Home Nurses Available On-Demand

2018-09-09T14:07:10+00:00September 9th, 2018|Home Health Care|0 Comments

Whether you’re in need of home healthcare, or are a caregiver needing assistance in giving care, you want to find someone who is trustworthy, experienced, and compassionate. And you don’t always have the time or resources to conduct interviews and background checks. Chances are, when you need someone — you need them right away.

This is where kNEEBU comes in.

Gain more independence — with reliable care from certified nurses now available on-demand from the palm of your hand!

Whether it’s for you or for someone you love, having a quality healthcare support system in place can mean everything. Experienced, reliable in-home care that brings you wellness — and peace of mind.

kNEEBU was created by developers who want to help make your life go a little smoother – and with minimal effort on your end.

kNEEBU offers users a community of referrals for all the services you may need but don’t really have time to find, including an easy way to schedule and allow you to get it done on the go. Along with plumbers, babysitters, contractors and other skilled service people, kNEEBU offers access to in-home nurses, home-aides or caregivers.

 

Users can pick whomever they want to hire based on ratings and cost. Background checks are done for you. You can then live chat or call the service provider to ensure it’s a good match. Meanwhile, the professional service provider gains business through trust and top-notch customer service. And for people who provide those services everyone needs – they can easily join kNEEBU to promote their services.

In-home nurse meets with a patient.This innovative app has the ability to help you hire a nurse, home aide, or a caregiver in the home, on demand, when and where they are most needed. There is no other platform on the market that connects you to a trained nurse with just a scroll of your thumb and the push of your index finger — on-demand. We’ve made it easy to choose a certified nurse, caregiver or aide.

Sometimes, it’s difficult to know when you need help. And sometimes it’s hard to admit you are unable to care for your family member. AARP offers great tips on the different types of in home healthcare support out there, and what questions to ask when you’re hiring someone. And an estimated 11 percent of family caregivers live at least 60 minutes away. For this group, having additional support closer to their loved one is essential when ensuring they are getting the correct care.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates there are 1.3 million patients receiving hospice care.

That can be very draining for the patient and the caregiver. In the case of Alzheimer’s patients, with each stage of the disease, families are faced with tough choices while watching their loved one deteriorate. The Alzheimer’s Association says it’s very important to take care of yourself, so you can continue to help your loved one.

One key to this is getting help when you need it, like respite care.

Respite care allows the caregiver to get a break and have time to relax and rejuvenate.

This time can give the caregiver:

  • An opportunity to relax
  • A chance to run errands, see a doctor for yourself, get a haircut, work out or anything else that hasn’t been done
  • Peace of mind knowing your special person is being cared for

This time also often benefits the patient by:

  • Allowing them to interact with someone new
  • Giving them an opportunity to spend time a new and safe way
  • Helping them to do activities that may be different normal routine

Or maybe you are a new mom. Having a baby is one of life’s most precious (and exhausting) experiences in life. There are many nights where you can barely function, and your baby won’t stop crying. Wouldn’t it be amazing to schedule a nurse to help you at that stage, even just to get a few hours of uninterrupted sleep?

Open your phone, push the kNEEBU app and scroll until you find the perfect nurse to come to you. And you can book the time and day, without ever leaving your infant’s side.

Baby Gaga, a website offering resources to moms, posted a blog discussing 15 reasons to hire a nurse with the some key reasons being:

  • The overnights – to get much needed sleep.
  • When babies are born, everyone likes to hold them … but when no one is around, is likely when you could mostly use the help. A hired nurse can be there for you.
  • Frankly, nurses are more qualified than most new moms.
  • Sleep training. Leaving a crying baby in his or her crib is nearly impossible for a new mom. But for a trained nurse, it’s part of the job.
  • Creating a sound schedule. When you are juggling a new baby, anything goes. But with a trained baby nurse in charge, she can help you to stay on track.

No matter your medical situation, having easy access to a nurse will go a long way. Remember, it’s OK to ask for help! And we are here with vetted resources in the palm of your hand, to make your life simple.

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