Is It Time For a Personal Care Assistant?
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We’re here to help by providing care, security and companionship for the elderly. Whether for you, or a family member, we can help ease your mind & provide the best care.
Discover What Care You May Need
We offer personal care assistants & skilled nursing in the metro Minneapolis area. All of our staff is professionally trained.
We give seniors the confidence to remain independent in their homes. Call us today for a no-cost consultation.
What do I Need to Know About MN Quality Care, Inc?
Minnesota Quality Care has been the provider of choice in Minneapolis, for thousands of families, since 2000. Our goal is to support individuals and families with disabilities, chronic illnesses
Who is eligible for A Personal Care Assistant (PCA)?
We help you find the right PCA for you.
PCA services are available to:
People with disabilities of all ages.
The elderly (over age 65).
People with chronic health conditions.
What does a Home Health Provider Do?
MN Quality Care, Inc, is a Minneapolis home care provider. A home health provider helps you find the right PCA (Personal Care Attendant) for you. Personal Care Attendant (PCA) Services are a type of non-medical health care that enables people to live independently within their homes and stay in their community.
How do I know if my loved one needs a PCA?
There is never a wrong time to provide support for yourself or a loved one. A personal care assistant can assist with ,many daily tasks of living.
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs):
- Eating: Includes getting food into body; transfers, mobility, positioning, hand washing, applying orthotics as needed for eating, feeding, preparing meals, and grocery shopping.
- Grooming: Includes hair care/nail care/oral care; shave. Assist with make-up, deodorant, eyeglasses/contacts, hearing aids; orthotics)
- Bathing: Includes start/finish bath/shower, transfers, mobility, positioning, inspect skin, apply lotion.
- Dressing: Includes laying out clothing, applying and changing clothing, orthotics, prosthetics, transfers, mobility and positioning complete task.
- Toileting: Includes bowel/bladder elimination and care, transfers, mobility, positioning, feminine hygiene, use of equipment and supplies, peri-care and skin inspection.
- Behavior: Redirecting, intervening, observing, monitoring, and documenting behavior. Assisting with keeping track of money and bills. Mental and/or emotional conditions that interfere with everyday activities.
- Health-Related Functions: Hands on assistance, supervision and cueing for health related tasks under directions of Qualified Professional or person’s physician.
- Mobility: Moving from one place to another including wheelchair, getting in and out of bed or a chair
- Transfers: Moving from one seat/reclining position to another
- Light Housekeeping: Task related to personal care including: washing dishes, putting dishes in dishwasher, clear tables, take out garbage, make bed, clean bathroom.
- Positioning: Moving a person’s body for necessary care and comfort to relieve pressure areas.
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