Pediatric Care

At Unique Aid, our highly-qualified team of registered nurses, home health aides, license practical nurses, physical and occupational therapists are committed to preserving each person’s  right to benefit from the familiarity and emotional comfort of being at home. We offer a full range of skilled and non-skilled services to support each patient with activities of daily living.

Pediatric Private Duty Care

Private duty care may include services provided by multiple professional disciplines (e.g. Occupational, Physical, Speech Therapy, and Social Workers) as well as services to ensure a smooth transition home for pediatric patients across a wide range of diagnoses including but not limited to:

Respiratory DysfunctionsCardiovascular Anomalies
Gastrointestinal DisordersCongenital Anomalies
Endocrine DisordersOstomies
Neuromuscular DisordersPeritoneal Dialysis
Hematologic and Immunologic DisordersNeoplastic Diseases
Spinal Cord InjuriesPrematurity
Anoxic and Traumatic Brain InjuriesNGT / GT / JT
Our Nursing staff can provide your child with full range of  quality skilled services such as tube feedings, medication management, and etc. At Unique Aid, we support our nurses with a comprehensive continuing education training series, including a mentor program that serves as the foundation for a professionally and personally rewarding career in pediatric home care.

Getting Started

It begins with your concern. Your worry about the health, safety and happiness of a family member in need is the real first step. By calling to Unique Aid and speaking to one of our staffing supervisors you are opening the door to a team dedicated to help. Our staffing supervisors will arrange a free consultation between your family and one of Unique Aid's experienced Registered Nurses.

Your free consultation and assessment takes place where it counts – in the home where care is needed. That's the best place for us to evaluate your needs and answer everyone's questions. The nurse will also ask questions to your family and loved one. Some of these will be routine questions about medication and diagnoses, but you may be surprised when the nurse asks “What do you like for breakfast?” or “Do you prefer a bath or shower?" These details are important to us; we use them to develop a complete care plan and make the best match between your family and one of our skilled caregivers.

When a caregiver is assigned to your family, they are assigned because their skill set matches the specific situation outlined in your unique care plan. Our goal is to match caregivers and patients who will both benefit in a long-lasting relationship. We provide regular and frequent supervision of the caregiver to assure quality of service and continuing satisfaction.

Our staffing supervisors can get you started. We enjoy getting to know families like yours. Give us a call and let us help.