Baywood Home Care- Caring for People Injured on the Job as Well as for Seniors

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Baywood Home Care, a provider of private in-home care so that all adults that need care can continue living at home, expands its services to caring for people with serious workers’ compensation injuries.

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We understand the major life changes and disruptions that can result from a serious injury, and that it is not enough to just provide good physical care — the caregivers and the home care company must be constantly empathetic with what the injured clients and their families are going through.

Baywood Home Care, which historically has primarily provided care for seniors, is now offering care for those who have suffered work accidents. Caring for seniors remains a major focus of Baywood Home Care, but the company has learned that it is adept at taking care of people and that it can provide care for any adult, not just seniors.

“We understand the major life changes and disruptions that can result from a serious injury, and that it is not enough to just provide good physical care — the caregivers and the home care company must be constantly empathetic with what the injured clients and their families are going through,” said Dr. Dorothy Muffett, founder and president of Baywood Home Care. “That is why we now have a second focus: caring for those with serious workers’ comp injuries.”

In fact, people with severe workers’ comp injuries have been coming to Baywood during the last 4-5 years seeking sustainable, high-quality care that they were not finding with other providers. Baywood provides exceptional post-accident care for people recovering from accidents as well as people living with disabilities resulting from accidents. This includes, but is not limited to, assistance with transfers and mobility, tube feeding, medication administration, assistance with physical therapy exercises, assistance with bathing and toileting, catheter care, assistance with eating, and assistance with personal care, dressing, and grooming.

“We have been very successful in providing excellent care for injured workers with serious injuries, who often need 24-hour care,” added Dr. Muffett. “Baywood Home Care has also been successful in staffing, whereas other companies have struggled with this issue.”

Baywood Home Care, founded in 2000, has become one of the largest providers of home care in Minnesota. Baywood provides care at home — wherever home is — so that adults who need care do not need to move to assisted living or live in a nursing home. Baywood specializes in nursing home-level care at home. Its nurses provide a degree of highly personalized, dedicated care management that is unmatched. Baywood also has an R.N. on call, in person, 24 hours a day.

About Baywood Home Care
Baywood Home Care provides in-home caregivers for the Minneapolis and St. Paul metro area and Southern Minnesota. Baywood Home Care has been in business for nearly 20 years and has an A+ BBB rating. Baywood provides at-home care wherever home is, whether a single family home or apartment on a senior campus, or assisted living apartment. Baywood Home Care is located at 6465 Wayzata Blvd., Suite 150, Minneapolis, MN 55426. For more information, please call (763) 546-8899, or visit https://www.baywoodhomecare.com/.

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