1st Anniversary Celebrated

Muktai Health Care 24 Pvt. Ltd. celebrated their first Anniversary

Benefits of Home Care

  • Healing and recovery times are better when seniors receive care at their home:

Longevity, quality of life, mental health, healing and recovery times are better when seniors receive care in the familiar comfort of their home. Stress and illness usually go hand in hand. When a person is ill, their anxiety level increases. The amount of stress is reduced when a patient is able to recover from illness or injury at home, where they are comfortable and where they have family and friends surrounding them. In fact, many studies have concluded that a person’s life is extended when they are at home than when they are in an institution. The familiar surroundings allow them to function better and patients report having a much higher quality of life when they retain their independence. This is probably why studies indicate that nearly 90% of all seniors are adamant about being able to age in their own home.

  • Home Care services are personalized and provided on a one-to-one basis:

Unlike hospital nurses or nursing home associates who divide their attention between multiple patients, home care professionals provide care on a one-to-one basis. These services are mostly performed by nurses and the services are catered to the needs of each individual. Some services are: • Helping with ADL’s (activities of daily living) Bathing, Dressing and Grooming • Light housekeeping- Laundry, cleaning, making the bed, etc. • Meal prep • Medication reminders • Emotional Support • Assistance to Doctor Appointments • Grocery Shopping Because it is personalized, home care is more efficient, more responsive to individual patient’s needs and better a coordinating care between multiple doctors or specialists. This sort of continuity can be critical for those dealing with long-term chronic illness.

  • Home Care is Affordable:

Home care isn’t just about providing high quality care on a one-on-one basis, it can be extremely affordable when compared to nursing homes or other alternatives. In most cases, keeping your elderly loved ones at home costs considerably less per hour than it would to send them to your local elder care home or traditional sitter. This is even more true when the home care company you choose to take care of your elders have reasonable rates and simple pricing models.

Patient Care

With Muktai Health Care 24, Nursing Care Services, you or your loved one will get the necessary assistance and hands-on care needed to maintain a safe, independent, and enjoyable lifestyle. We provide a full spectrum of care, meaning that as a patient’s medical needs change, services can change with them, making Maxim an ideal partner in providing quality care for those who need it most. If you or your loved one is recovering from an injury or recent illness, skilled medical care may be necessary.

Muktai Health Care 24 team of highly skilled nurses and therapists are available to provide the skilled medical care you or your loved one needs. Our team delivers a broad range of skilled care services to adult and pediatric patients in hospitals and medical facilities, long-term care facilities, assisted living facilities, and private residences. Muktai Health Care 24, Nursing Care Services are also available to provide assistance with activities of daily living when relevant to an illness or injury. Our patient care services available in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane.

Our patient care takers are soft mannered and experienced, and handle the patients with patience. We capably meet the mass requirements of care takers within the quick time span. We provide specialist nurses for take care of your patient at your home, our Nursing Care Services are available 24-hours a day, seven days a week, including all holidays and weekends also.

Home Health Care Services

Different types of home health care services:

The range of home health care services a patient can receive at home is limitless. Depending on the individual patient’s situation, care can range from nursing care to specialized medical services, such as laboratory workups. You and your doctor will determine your care plan and services you may need at home. At-home care services may include:

  • Doctor care: A doctor may visit a patient at home to diagnose and treat the illness(es). He or she may also periodically review the home health care needs.
  • Nursing care: The most common form of home health care is some type of nursing care depending on the person’s needs. In consultation with the doctor, a registered nurse will set up a plan of care. Nursing care may include wound dressing, ostomy care, intravenous therapy, administering medication, monitoring the general health of the patient, pain control, and other health support.
  • Physical, occupational and  speech therapy: Some patients may need help relearning how to perform daily duties or improve their speech after an illness or injury. A physical therapist can put together a plan of care to help a patient regain or strengthen use of muscles and joints. An occupational therapist can help a patient with physical, developmental, social, or emotional disabilities relearn how to perform such daily functions as eating, bathing, dressing, and more. A speech therapist can help a patient with impaired speech regain the ability to communicate clearly.
  • Medical social services: Medical social workers provide various services to the patient, including counseling and locating community resources to help the patient in his or her recovery. Some social workers are also the patient’s case manager–if the patient’s medical condition is very complex and requires coordination of many services.
  • Care from home health aides: Home health aides can help the patient with his or her basic personal needs such as getting out of bed, walking, bathing, and dressing. Some aides have received specialized training to assist with more specialized care under the supervision of a nurse.
  • Homemaker or basic assistance care:  While a patient is being medically cared for in the home, a homemaker or person who helps with chores or tasks can maintain the household with meal preparation, laundry, grocery shopping, and other housekeeping items.
  • Companionship: Some patients who are home alone may require a companion to provide comfort and supervision. Some companions may also perform household duties.
  • Volunteer care: Volunteers from community organizations can provide basic comfort to the patient through companionship, helping with personal care, providing transportation, emotional support, and/or helping with paperwork.
  • Nutritional support: Dietitians can come to a patient’s home to provide dietary assessments and guidance to support the treatment plan.
  • Laboratory and X-ray imaging: Certain laboratory tests, such as blood and urine tests, can be performed in the comfort of the patient’s home. In addition, portable X-ray machines allow lab technicians to perform this service at home.
  • Pharmaceutical services: Medicine and medical equipment can be delivered at home. If the patient needs it, training can be provided on how to take medicines or use of the equipment, including intravenous therapy.
  • Transportation: There are companies that provide transportation to patients who require transportation to and from a medical facility for treatment or physical exams.
  • Home-delivered meals:  Often called Meals-on-Wheels, many communities offer this service to patients at home who are unable to cook for themselves. Depending on the person’s needs, hot meals can be delivered several times a week.

What they are saying about us …

It’s all about the outcomes, as the feedback from our clients demonstrates.

We deliver health care services, people need to live in the comfort of their own homes. Our professional staff deliver nearly multipole hours of caring each year. From providing support post-surgery, assisting with daily care and living routines, to responding to more intensive care needs.  We welcome feedback from our clients and their relatives, whether comments, congratulations or constructive criticism. Feedback supports our drive to deliver quality care and real value. And the feed back we receive confirms it’s all about the outcomes for our clients:

“I was given a wonderful carer on leaving hospital. She collected me from recovery and cared for me day and night. I just want to thank everyone involved in arranging for me to have care for me, she was amazing. So professional and yet so thoughtful.”

“Muktai Health Care granted me home help while I recover from an accident. As I was not familiar with any of the agencies on their list, I asked hospital staff to recommend one. They recommended your agency and I am so pleased that they did. I am so grateful.”

“My Manager makes sure I have what I need and makes me feel hopeful to stay in my own home.”

“Very happy with service. Case Manager always cheery, co-operative, explains things well and does what she says she is going to do.”

“Great support staff. Friendly, caring and accommodating.”

“Very happy with the support workers and service offered.”

Feedback we receive confirms it’s all about the outcomes for our clients: With feedback like that, it’s not surprising that a recent client survey revealed that 70% said they rated their satisfaction level (on a scale from one to 10) as either eight or above.