Specialty Nursing Services
Diabetes can seem very overwhelming when you are first diagnosed or someone close to you has been diagnosed. A GP may refer a person diagnosed with diabetes to undergo education from a diabetes educator. This may be when first diagnosed, or if a person is finding it difficult in managing their health goals such as blood glucose levels.
At Vital Home Health Services, we offer specialised services in the education and management of diabetes care through our Diabetes Educators. But what exactly do our diabetes educators help with?
Our diabetes educators can assist people with diabetes, their families and carers in understanding their condition, and empowering them with the knowledge, skills and confidence to manage their diabetes.
A specialised diabetes educator from Vital Home Health Services can provide education and guide a person with diabetes and all those involved in the responsibility of their care, such as family and carers, to understand their diabetes and how it affects their way of life. Our diabetes educator will then work with the client to set goals to manage their condition and improve their health.
Our Diabetes Educators can assist with:
- Learning about diabetes and how to effectively manage it;
- Nutritional education that lead to better eating habits and if needed weight-loss strategies;
- Learning how to monitor blood glucose levels, what they mean and what to do if your levels are not within what is acceptable for you
- Understanding the diabetes specific medication that has been prescribed and how they work
- Learning how to use and take care of the different diabetes devices involved, like insulin pens, insulin pumps and blood glucose monitors;
- Feeling motivated and empowered to manage a diabetes condition independently;
- Knowing where to seek help and what to do in stressful situations.
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Our wound care practitioner is a medical professional that specialises in the consultation, support and education within the wider wound care discipline.
Wound Nurse Practitioner
Some People have chronic wounds that require regular treatment, while others may have wounds that are acute for example, post-surgery, and need to be managed at home.
Regardless of the type of wound or wounds, when working with the clients, safe and quality, cost-effective wound care is imperative for preventing infection and other serious complications.
That is why at Vital Home Health Services, we take the utmost care to ensure our team are implementing the most specialised, advanced and up-to-date wound care techniques and management day in, day out.
With an in-house Wound Care Practitioner leading us in Wound Care, we can continue to deliver on our focus on the most advanced wound prevention and management strategies – resulting in the best outcomes for you or your loved ones.
How our Wound Care Practitioner benefits your loved ones
Having a Wound Care Practitioner on our team of clinical professionals ensures that our Registered nursing team is across the latest techniques, medical products and methods to ensure your loved one’s wound care is managed in the best possible way and with positive outcomes.
Regular evidence based wound management education is delivered to our team online and face-to-face (due to covid, when it is safe to do so) and includes training on the latest care methods from medical experts and bodies all over the world.