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How Can Pediatric Care Help You When You Bring Your Special Needs Baby Home?

Bringing your baby home from the hospital is such a special time. When she has special needs, though, you may feel unprepared, even after tutorials from the nurses and doctors involved in your baby’s care. Having access to pediatric home care services allows you to feel more secure and know your baby is in good hands.

Pediatric Home Care Coral Gables FL - How Can Pediatric Care Help You When You Bring Your Special Needs Baby Home?

Pediatric Home Care Coral Gables FL – How Can Pediatric Care Help You When You Bring Your Special Needs Baby Home?

Help with Feeding and Nutritional Needs

Without the right nutrition, your baby will have a very difficult time growing stronger and healthier. Depending on your baby’s health needs, you may need some extra help with assessing how much your baby is able to eat and when she should be eating. Pediatric home care providers have a great deal of experience with this, making them extremely helpful with these types of issues.

Personal Care Assistance

Some babies come home from the NICU with appliances that require special care, such as a tracheostomy or a feeding tube. This can make bath time a little scary for you, especially if you’ve never dealt with these sorts of situations before. Having help with bathing and dressing your child at this time can really help to ease your nerves.

Respite Care and Companionship

It can be exhausting caring for a special needs baby, particularly if you have other children you’re caring for as well. Pediatric home care services allow you to take time away while ensuring that your baby has the care and the help that she needs while you’re elsewhere. It can be incredibly helpful to know that your baby is not alone.

Other Medical Assistance

Besides knowing how to bathe your baby with a feeding tube or a trach, you may need some extra help managing those appliances in other ways, too. These special pieces of equipment require specialized care and it can take a while for you to learn how to manage those items on your own. Having someone available who is experienced with those items can give you the confidence to do what you need to do without worrying about something bad happening.

Your needs may change as your baby grows, but you may still find that you need help from pediatric home care providers.

If you or a loved one are considering Pediatric Home Care Services in Coral Gables  FL, contact the caring staff at Providence Healthcare Services.  We provide services in all of Miami Dade county and the Upper Keys. Call today (305) 220-1088.

Nercy Radcliffe, CEO, Providence Healthcare Services

Nercy Radcliffe, LHRM, is the founding President and C.E.O. of Providence Healthcare Services. She oversees all strategic growth initiatives of the organization while maintaining regulatory and fiscal responsibility.Nercy’s interest in home healthcare was sparked by her experience with aging grandparents that were cared for in vastly different manners, at home and in numerous post acute facilities.After fifteen years in successive management and marketing positions in the corporate environment she transitioned to the homecare industry and pledged to build a reputable organization committed to excellence and integrity in Miami Dade County.

Nercy is a native of Miami, Florida and has resided here her entire life.She has a genuine love for the people, the culture, and the community of Miami. She serves on several healthcare committees and is actively involved in numerous business associations and health related organizations dedicated to advocacy, education, and improving the health and wellbeing of those in the community.

Nercy is a Licensed Healthcare Risk Manager in the state of Florida. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in marketing from Florida International University and a Master of Business Administration from Liberty University.Nercy is an active member of the Homecare Association of Florida.