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Whether a senior needs a home healthcare agency for a post-hospital stay or more long-term home care because of a chronic health problem, Specialized Nursing Services is here to deliver the best in at-home healthcare. Our friendly and skilled nurses, physical therapists, speech therapists, occupational therapists, and other home care workers can help seniors maintain their independence with the best in-home care available. Read these blogs to find out more!

Expertise in Post-Hospital Home Care

Has your elderly or sick parent recently been released from the hospital and is still in need of bedside care? Many geriatric people leave the hospital after accidents or surgeries and still need attention and support during the rehabilitation process. If your loved one needs post-hospital in home care, consider in home nursing care with …

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Why SNS is Different Than Other In-Home Nursing Care Agencies

Specialized Nursing Services of South Florida is proud to offer in-home nursing care, home health aides, and professional nursing supervision in the home. It’s our pleasure to care for our patients: administer medications or procedures, take vital signs, in home assistance, meal prep, etc. (Click here for a full list of our services) Our certified …

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Dealing with Guilt about Hiring a Caregiver for Your Loved One

It’s a fact that the love and compassion you can provide to your loved ones is unmatchable. However, in situations such as where serious illness or extensive care is required, it is wise to hire a professional caregiver for your loved one. Feelings of guilt about hiring somebody from outside their family rather than family …

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Planning Ahead for the Upcoming Holidays With Your Loved Ones

Holidays are an important time of the year for families to come together. It can be challenging to accomplish this goal if there are elderly or sick parents in nursing homes or homebound who need medical assistance. Rest assured there are ways to arrange the holiday season with your eldery loved one with Specialized Nursing …

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How to Provide Care for a Recovering Stroke Patient

How to Provide Care for a Recovering Stroke Patient As a family member or loved one, it can be challenging to take care of a recovering stroke patient, so here we’ve answered a few ‘frequently asked questions’ and compiled a few important tips to make caring for a recovering stroke patient more effective and simple. …

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Protecting Your Senior Loved Ones from Common Scams

Protecting Your Senior Loved Ones from Common Scams Financial scams targeting seniors have become so commonplace that they are now considered “the crime of the 21st century.” Unfortunately, senior citizens who are not very internet and technology savvy often fall prey to online scams. Often it falls on the shoulders of loved-ones to inform seniors …

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What are the signs of mild moderate and severe Alzheimer’s disease?

What are the signs of mild moderate and severe Alzheimer’s disease? It can be hard to tell if our loved ones may be experiencing symptoms of Alzheimers. It can also be hard to face the issue. Alzheimer’s disease can be challenging. There is hope, that the earlier and more effectively you diagnose the disease the …

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7 Major Differences Between Home Health Aides (HHA) and Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA)

7 Major Differences Between Home Health Aides (HHA) and Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) There are several major differences between HHA’s and CNA’s. Most noteworthy is that the HHA is not required to have a license and the CNA is required to have a license. In addition, certifications and training course requirements vary, and the services …

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