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What Can Pediatric Nursing Care Do for Your Special Needs Child?

Having pediatric nursing care providers on hand on a daily or even weekly basis meets so many needs not only for your child, but also for you as a caregiver. Here are just some of the ways they can help.

Pediatric Nursing Care North Miami FL - What Can Pediatric Nursing Care Do for Your Special Needs Child?

Pediatric Nursing Care North Miami FL – What Can Pediatric Nursing Care Do for Your Special Needs Child?

Help with Treatments and Therapies

Depending on the health conditions your child is facing, there may be a variety of different treatments and therapies you need to administer at home. At first, these treatments can feel extremely complicated and you certainly don’t want to risk your child’s health. Having a pediatric nurse available to show you exactly what to do and what to watch out for can alleviate so much of your fear around these activities.

Manage Equipment and Supplies

Treatments and therapies require specific supplies and equipment, but what do you really need? Managing this on your own is difficult, especially when you’re balancing caring for other children and the rest of your life. Allowing pediatric nursing care providers to manage these for you ensures that you and your child always have what you need on hand when you need it most.

Help with Mobility Issues

If your child has mobility issues, transferring her from one location to another can become difficult. This is especially true if you have health concerns or limitations of your own. Having an expert with these kinds of issues can help ensure that transfers and mobility assistance are done properly without injuring anyone involved.

Help You Become More Comfortable

It’s intimidating to realize how much extra help and care your child may need. You may be afraid of doing something wrong or hurting your child accidentally and that’s a crippling feeling as a parent. As you watch and learn from someone who knows what to do, however, you can gradually become more comfortable with meeting your child’s needs, too. This is especially important if your child’s needs are more permanent and something that she’ll need help with for the rest of her life.

Having the help that you need right there at home allows you to be there for your child without the fear that you’re missing something.

If you or a loved one are considering Pediatric Nursing Care Services in North Miami 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.

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