Caring for Elderly during COVID-19 pandemic

Complete Care offers an Essential Care Service
Home Nursing for Patients in Isolation and the Elderly.

With over 10 years experience in home-based nursing services, Complete Care has created a Covid Care team to assist patients in isolation due to the coronavirus. Our Nurses are trained to care for patients and the elderly in isolation or quarantine. Older adults are at elevated risk for complications from COVID-19 especially those with pre-existing medical conditions, like heart disease, lung disease, diabetes or cancer are more likely to have severe symptoms from the coronavirus infection than other than younger patients.

Our Nursing Staff are experienced at caring for the eldery, they have received also been educated and received specialised training in-line with all virusses and precautions. They wear protective equipment and comply to the guidelines during this pandemic.

Caregiving in Isolation by Complete Care

All Complete Care staff are transported with our own hygenic vehicles and do not depend on public transport in order to reduce exposure. Nursing staff are also available as live-in nurses during the pandemic to accommodate patients’ needs.

Complete Care has received a ‘Permit to Operate during the lockdown’ as we are dedicated to serve our patients needs at all times.

Get Home Nursing during COVID-19 by our trained nurses.

All Complete Care Nurses received training on the guidelines and best practices for caregivers who are providing care for the eldery during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The coronavirus crisis is on our doorstep and we are offering our expertise to ensure that our community remains cared for during this period with private nursing in isolation.


Covid-19 Care Tips:

Please take all the precautions you can to avoid yourself or an elderly family member becoming infected, here are some basic tips:

  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds before and after being in contact with an elderly person, providing care, preparing food, using the bathroom, or touching surfaces in public places.
  • Avoid crowds, and if you cough or sneeze, do so into the bend of your elbow or into a disposable tissue.
  • Keep your hands away from your face.
  • Clean frequently touched surfaces in your home often, including mobility and medical equipment used by your loved one, such as walkers, canes and handrails.

Get in touch with us on the contact details below to find our more.

Tel: 011 656 2254
Cell: 076 366 8934 (after-hours)
Email: nurses@completecare.co.za

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For all COVID-19 Resources we suggest the SA Coronavirus website – https://sacoronavirus.co.za/

  • What “flattening the curve” means and why it’s so important – read more
  • Regulations to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19 – read more
  • Social distancing guidelines – read more
  • 4 Ways you can help contain the spread of COVID-19 – read more
  • COVID-19 Self-Quarantine Guidelines – read more
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