Baby Care Taker
Blue line HCS can help you increase care from 8 to 10 to 24 hours of care. Even at Any time (24 hours) of baby care, there are different level of care a family might required.
- One caregiver each day: They work a full 16-hour day, with breaks, followed by 8 hours sleep in the client’s home. Sleep is required for care taker too as per client given task scheduling.
- Two caregivers each day: They work in 10 hour shifts. The evening caregiver mostly stays awake through the night depends on baby over all health staus or activity status.
- Hourly based Care: We can provide minimum 3 hrs part time care based on availability mostly after 11 am or best possible time depending upon Care-giver schedule.
We Offer Two Types Of Baby Care Help
Basic care (Baby care taker/ Toddler Care taker)
- Looking after Single baby or Toddler
- Disable Child Basic Home Health care
- Assisting Mother or Family in Child Care
Premium care (Baby Care taker/ Toddler Care taker)
- Basic Care in addition to home care
- Twin’s Baby Care
- Basic Care in addition to driving
- Basic Care in addition to home care in other vicinity
- Carrying Babies regularly to hospital (PT treatment or other)
- School transport assistance for longer distance
- Disable Child Advance Home Health care
Paediatric Ill case-
Assist with activities of daily living (ADLs)
- Dressing and grooming
- Bathing and personal hygiene
- Toileting and continence
- Ostomy and catheter hygiene
- Transferring Eating
Eligibility is determined by medical necessity Examples
- Poorly controlled seizures (other than grand mal)
- Incontinence of bowel and/or bladder after age three (chronic bedwetting)
- Significant CNS damage affecting motor control
- Assistance with age-appropriate activities of daily living (children developmental delay or intellectual disability)
- Transferring Eating
- Give children a sense of stability so they can grow, learn, and develop
- work around a family’s schedule
- Greater flexibility for your own schedule.
- Custodial Care: Role is limited to meeting the physical and emotional needs of children during their parents’ absence.
- Coordinated Care: role is to be a team player in raising the children.
- Surrogate Care: Role is to be the primary caregiver for the children similar to guardian.
- Taking care of the toddler in presence & absence of parents.
- Helping the school going kids with post-school tasks.
- Manage the nutrient intake of the kids as suggested by parents.
- Playing games with the kids which are appropriate for their age.
- Maintaining a positive, healthy & hygienic environment in the absence of parents.
- Reading them stories, nursery rhymes if requested by parents.