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“Caring for our seniors is perhaps the greatest responsibility we have. Those who walked before us have given so much and made possible the life we all enjoy.” – John Hoeven
caregiver and senior resting in the garden

At Magnolia Home Care Service, the safety, comfort, and overall welfare of our clients are our top priorities. We recognize that most people prefer to age, heal, and recover in the comfort of their own home—with our help, we can make that possible. With our compassionate, highly trained caregivers and a wide array of home care services in Savannah, Georgia, we endeavor to improve our client’s quality of life.

Our services include:

Post-Surgical Assistance

Recovering after surgery in your home can limit you from doing your daily activities. Whether you are recovering from major surgery, childbirth, or plastic surgery, our compassionate caregivers can assist you on a healthy and complete recovery.

Physical Disability Support

Arthritis, physical disabilities, and age-related conditions are some of the few circumstances that prevent patients from caring for themselves. Our caregivers can assist you with daily tasks, such as mobility, eating, exercising, and grooming.

Care for Dementia Patients

Our experienced and highly trained caregivers provide the highest quality of care to both patients and their families. Our goal is to help individuals and their loved ones live happy and fulfilling lives.

Non-Medical Transportation

We understand the anticipation and urgency of waiting to be discharged from a facility so as to make it to the comfortable boundaries of your own home. In most cases, discharges require a family member/friend to transport them from the facility to home. How often do you have to wait on that family member/friend to pick you up? It could be hours, even the next day. We are here to help reduce that wait time. Our non-medical transportation services will get you to your comfortable bed sooner!

We offer:
  • Pick up the client from the facility (hospital or rehab)
  • Take the client to get prescriptions filled
  • Shop for groceries and other necessities
  • Make sure the client makes it to his/her home safely
  • Empty the refrigerator of old food and stock with new/fresh groceries
  • Have a nurse visit the client’s home and look into his/her medication needs
  • Reconcile and organize medications for 1 week after the client’s discharge from the facility
Requirements for patients:
  • Must be able to be transported by a private vehicle
  • Must have the necessary assistive devices upon arrival at home
  • Must have pill organizer available when the nurse arrives at home
  • Must give 48-hour notice prior to discharge

Children’s GAPP Program

Magnolia Home Care Service, an in-home nursing program is designed to serve eligible members based on a medical necessity determination(s) for children under the age of 20 years 11 months. Members seeking services through Magnolia Home Care Service In-Home Nursing Program must have medically necessary nursing and/or personal care support needs for services to be approved.

GAPP offers the following services described below.

In-Home Skilled Nursing Services

Skilled Nursing Care is provided in the home.

  • Gastrointestinal disorders
  • IV therapies
  • Monitoring vital signs such as blood pressure, pulse, respiration & temperature
  • Tube feedings
  • Wound care

Personal Care Support Personnel

Personal care support personnel provide care to eligible GAPP members such as

  • ADL (feeding, bathing, dressing, personal hygiene)
  • Preparation of meals
  • Light housekeeping, around the members’ personal space
  • Assisting with mobility & ambulation and other services

Does your child qualify? Contact us for more information.

Personal Care Services

Magnolia Home Care Service specialize in serving populations with either physical, intellectual, developmental, and/or mental illnesses.

Personal Care Services provide in-home assistance for individuals with functional limitations that need assistance with daily living activities such as bathing, dressing, toileting or feeding. It is about feeling comfortable with a home care provider coming into your own private space and, possibly, assisting you with the most intimate care.

Our licensed practical nurses (LPNs) primarily provide routine, day-to-day nursing care. They help the patients bathe, dress and eat; go to the bathroom; change bandages, dressings and catheters.

Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) work under the supervision of a RN. They takes vital signs, medication reminders, report changes to nursing staff, transport patients, make beds and help with the overall daily routine.

Companion sitters are, as the name suggest, are companions to the disabled or elderly. They are responsible for providing social interaction for the client, which includes but is not limited to: Grocery shopping, Social events and encourages exercise.

They also alert nursing personnel of change in behavior or status.

Skilled Nursing
Skilled nursing care is a high level of medical care that must be provided by a registered nurse. These services can be necessary over the short term for rehabilitation from an illness or injury, or they may be required over the long term for patients who need care on a frequent or around-the-clock basis due to a chronic medical condition.

Our registered nurses are available for care 24/7. They are accountable in evaluating and monitoring the patient’s condition. Ensure the development of your loved ones through our licensed and compassionate nurses.

Their responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Diabetic monitoring
  • Dressing Changes
  • Family-Patient Health Teaching
  • Hypertensive monitoring
  • Fall prevention and assistance
  • Mobility assistance
  • Supervision of Medications
  • Wound Care

Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care

Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive mental deterioration that can occur in middle or old age, due to generalized degeneration of the brain. It is the most common cause of premature senility and while a cure has yet to be found, there is care that exists to make the challenges a little easier. At MAGHCS we believe that with the right care and approach we can help your loved one maintain a high quality of life even in the face of memory loss.

When choosing between in-home care and a nursing home facility, the right choice is the one that lets you do the activities you enjoy and be with the people you love. In-Home care is an affordable option that preserves your independence, and enables you to stay connected to what matters most.

Staying in the familiar surroundings of home can keep seniors with Alzheimer’s or dementia feeling safe, loved and cared for.

This relationship centered approach enables us to provide care that is tailored to their individual needs which foster:

  • Creative social interaction
  • Mind-stimulating activities
  • Minimal changes in behavioral & cognitive symptoms
  • Who the senior was earlier in life
  • Family support

When should you call us?
When an individual has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia, memory impairment and disorientation is the most concerning aspect of the disease. Once they pose a risk to themselves and others, consider obtaining the services of a qualified professional caregiver since they can often times lose track of what they are doing. They will need in-home care and supervision to ensure their safety and your peace of mind.

Our team of highly experienced caregivers means you can trust Magnolia Home Care Service to make your loved one’s life and yours much easier and more enjoyable!

Parkinson’s Disease Care

Parkinson’s disease is a slow, degenerative disease which manifests itself in stiff muscles, difficulty walking, and other movement-related issues over time.

Most diagnoses occur after the age of 60 years old. Our care focuses on maintaining and extending quality of life activities, and to assist in mitigating issues with quality of life decisions.

Magnolia Home Care Service assistance includes:

  • Medication management
  • Medication reminders
  • Exercise and diet
  • Accident prevention
  • Fall prevention
  • Respite care

Let us help your family! Prompting and assisting with daily routines, medications, personal care, social and cognitive activities, keeps clients active, mentally engaged, independent, and helps them to feel confident in the comfort and security of their own home.

Our experienced and skilled nurses can make living with Parkinson’s disease easier for both you and your loved one.

Cancer Care

Magnolia Home Care Service’s staff is fully trained regarding expectations for and possible side effects of chemotherapy and other cancer treatment, and are trained to manage equipment, schedules and medication.

We provide cancer patients support to help manage treatments, remain positive about their recovery, and help our clients do whatever they need in order to beat the disease. For many, being at home can positively affect the welfare and eventual outcome of their specific case.

We know that a cancer diagnoses is news that no one wants to hear, and while advances in technology have enabled some cancer patients to have shorter hospital stays, the responsibility for the care of patients is falling increasingly on family members who may not be prepared to manage the depth of care their loved one requires.

Contact us today to discuss our services and consider scheduling a free in-home assessment. We will work with you to provide the best and highest quality care while making you and your loved one always feel safe and comfortable.

Post-Operative Care

When post operative individuals return home from the hospital, they are confronted with many new and unexpected challenges. That is where Magnolia Home Care Service comes in.

Post operative care is the care you receive after a surgical procedure. The type of post operative care you need depends on the type of surgery you had, for example, hip replacement, gastric bypass or removing your appendix. Your medical history will also determine the type of post operative care you will need. Post Operative Care often includes pain management, wound care and physical assistance while you recuperate.

To help you or a loved one prepare for the transition coming home, Magnolia Home Care Service will help you or a loved one by developing a pre-release personalized home care plan, work with hospital discharge teams, and create medication and appointment reminders.​

Elective Surgery

At Magnolia Home Care Service, we provide our clients with the highest quality after-surgery services that are personalized to their unique needs. Our services are kept confidential, and our staff is highly skilled and discrete with your post surgery care and service needs. We are available from as little as 4 hours per day to 24/7.

We offer:

  • Transportation to from surgery facility
  • Pick up and fill prescription
  • Assist with dressing changes
  • Medication management and reminder
  • 24-hour closely-monitored care
  • Meal planning & preparation
  • Document activities, medications & fluid intake as needed
  • Communication with doctor or nursing staff when needed
  • Light housekeeping
  • Grocery shopping
  • Transportation to & from 1st Post-Op Appointment
  • Additional services available upon request

Contact us today to discuss your needs and create a custom plan!

Respite Care

Autistic Children, Special Needs and Sick Babies
At Magnolia Home Care Service we know just how hard it is to care for children. Many parents sacrifice their own needs to juggle the needs of the family. Sleep deprivation, time away from work, missed social opportunities and loss of personal time are just a few of the challenges parents experience.

Many parents feel guilty for sharing their complaints despite being completely worn out! It is especially difficult for parents to balance their own needs and responsibilities when also caring for a sick infant, for children with special needs, or caring for an autistic child.​

Research has demonstrated that respite care services can make a significant positive difference in the lives of families. Our in-home respite care services give you the break you deserve to increase your social and emotional well-being.

Our skilled and compassionate workers understand the unique challenges you face when caring for children with autism, special needs or even sick babies. That’s why respite care may be the perfect solution to help you get the balance you deserve.

​Caregivers of Cancer Patients
As the primary caregiver of a loved one with cancer, at times, you may feel overwhelmed and stressed. Since most cancer treatment is given at outpatient treatment centers — not in hospitals, someone is needed to be part of the day-to-day care of the person with cancer.

Caregivers serve many roles often serving as home health aides and companions as well as being an important part of the cancer care team. The busy schedule can leave you with no time to care for yourself since you’re focused on meeting the demands of being a caregiver.

At Magnolia Home Care Service, we believe that good, reliable caregiver support is crucial to the physical and emotional well-being of people with cancer. That’s why we offer respite care to give you the break you deserve!

Our in-home respite care allows you to take a break from your duties to relax, run errands or even take a vacation. We want to help you avoid caregiver burnout. That’s why it’s important that you spend time outside of the caregiver environment.

​Post-Operative Respite Care
Caring for a loved one after surgery can be overwhelming, as patients are often discharged before they are fully recovered. Patients released from a hospital often require help moving about the house, special attention to surgical sites and personal care assistance.

Caregivers are often stressed from caring for their loved one, and managing employment, finances and transportation. That’s why we offer in home respite care so that you can avoid caregiver burnout!

Magnolia Home Care Service can work with you to make sure that a skilled and compassionate caregiver will be present when you need post operative caregiver support. Some of the post-operative care services we provide include:

  • Moving about the house
  • Bathing and toiletry help
  • Medication management (Registered nurses provide medication management and our CNA’s assist with reminders)
  • Assistance with ADLs (Activities of Daily Living ) which include bathing, grooming, dressing, etc
  • Companionship and conversation
  • Meal preparation
  • Shopping and other errands
  • Light housekeeping

​You don’t have to do it all alone!
​Contact us today to book your respite care package.

Respite Care

​Visit our sister-site: Magnolia Home Care Service for all your newborn infant and postpartum needs!
Those first few days after giving birth can be overwhelming. Caring for your baby, caring for yourself, and taking care of the rest of your family can be just too much all at once.

Let Magnolia Home Care Service make things easier. We can give you a break by providing baby care during the day or at night, help take care of you, and provide emotional support through this amazing, wonderful time.

Services Include:

  • Newborn care
  • Nighttime Infant care
  • Postpartum care
  • In-Hospital care
  • Consultations

​Newborn Infant Care

We at Magnolia Home Care Service work very hard at making our clients needs and satisfaction a top priority. We understand how to effectively set up a routine that fits your family’s lifestyle and is able to interpret and adequately respond to your baby’s needs. We are there to educate and assist you as a new parent by answering any questions you may have that develop on a day to day basis. We take pride in providing excellent newborn care and we believe it shows.

Some of the services in our newborn care package include:

  • Breastfeeding Support
  • Bottle Feeding
  • Diaper Changing
  • Bathing
  • Swaddling
  • Umbilical Cord Care
  • Circumcision Care
  • Infant Massage
  • Baby Laundry
  • Sterilization of Baby Items
  • Infant Schedules and Routine
  • Logging of Baby Activities Through The Night
  • Calm, Soothing Sleep Techniques
  • Establishing Healthy Sleep Habits

We also offer Nighttime Baby Care Packages and Postpartum Services for Mamas.

Postpartum Care

​Visit our sister-site: Magnolia Home Care Service for all your newborn infant and postpartum needs!
Those first few days after giving birth can be overwhelming. Caring for your baby, caring for yourself, and taking care of the rest of your family can be just too much all at once.

Let Magnolia Home Care Service make things easier. We can give you a break by providing baby care during the day or at night, help take care of you, and provide emotional support through this amazing, wonderful time.

Services Include:

  • Newborn care
  • Nighttime Infant care
  • Postpartum care
  • In-Hospital care
  • Consultations

​Postpartum Care
We define Postpartum Care as Mothering the Mother. Our Postpartum Doulas enable you to recover from pregnancy and birth while focusing your energy on bonding with your newborn. This period is usually considered to be the first few days after delivery, but it includes the six week period after child birth. Every woman’s needs are different depending on the type of delivery she had and how her body is responding to it.

Our Postpartum Doulas understand this, and they will make sure that the truly amazing and possibly challenging time right after giving birth is a bit easier for you. We make sure we give mom and child the attention they need and truly make a difference in their lives.

We also provide in-home night time infant care, as well as phone or in-person consultations to mothers in the metro Atlanta.