New Solution Services

In this initial step in New Solution Home Care, we are specifically focused on offering communities and families the CDPAP consumer assistance program through which a Family Friend or Neighbor can be the caregiver of a person whose doctor has recommended receiving assistance in order to maintain a normal life and not run the risk of putting their health at stake or worsen their current situation.

Through this program, the patient receives the care of a person of their entire confidence creating a family care environment and New Solution, as an intermediary, is responsible for supervising the correct care of the patient and the cooperation of the family or friend in the basic tasks, such as preparing food, bathing assistance, medical appointments, routine medications, grocery shopping and more.

Custom Service Programs

At New Solution Home Care we are aware that each of our patients is different and suffering from different health conditions for that reason should receive care based on their individual needs.

We are trained to provide a wide variety of services that include cooperation with the tasks, ensuring compliance with doctor’s guidelines, home care, personal care and we have adapted our services to help with:

  • Parents caring for a disabled child
  • People receiving chemotherapy or other medical treatments
  • Children with medical conditions
  • Patients with cancer
  • Injured adults at work
  • Pregnant women
  • Injured Athletes
  • Alzheimer’s Patients

The following list details some of the ways in which New Solution Home Care helps patients:

Cooperation

  • Conversation
  • Play games/cards
  • Accompaniment to medical appointments
  • Answering the phone
  • Maintaining a clean and healthy environment
  • Attendance at bedtime
  • Go for a walk
  • Help with reading
  • Assistance in the selection of clothing

Health aspects

  • Remind the patient to take their medications
  • Bandage reinforcement
  • Assistance with therapeutic exercises
  • Maintenance of temperature, pulse and respiration records
  • Assistance with therapeutic exercises

Supervision

  • Feeding
  • Weight monitoring
  • Follow-up of changes in the patient’s condition
  • Shopping and preparation of food
  • Follow-up diet
  • Verification of food/beverage expiration

Home Assistance

  • Room cleaning
  • Kitchen Maintenance
  • Cleaning furniture
  • Organization of closets
  • To empty the trash
  • To make the bed
  • Laundry service
  • Bathroom maintenance