Caregiving needs are diverse and can be tailored to fit the unique needs of individuals based on their specific conditions and circumstances. The goal of caregiving is to provide assistance that will enhance the quality of life, reduce burdens and promote the highest possible independence of those receiving care.

  1. PHYSICAL DISABILITIES: People living with physical disabilities such as blindness, lameness, amputation, cerebral palsy, and so on, often have needs that require caregiving assistance as it helps to make their lives easier.
  2. CHRONIC ILLNESSES: Sufferers of chronic illnesses like heart disease, stroke, arthritis, cancer, kidney disease, etc, often suffer chronic pains that may necessitate the need for caregivers to assist with daily living activities, support with medication adherence, getting out of bed, changing sheets and so on.
  3. RECOVERY FROM ILLNESS OR SURGERY: People recovering from surgical procedures or illnesses are often placed on bed rest or instructed by health care providers to engage in minimal activities. Caregiver services are often needed to assist with their daily living activities, medication management, light exercises, diet and other basic needs they may be unable to do on their own.
  4. TRAUMATIC INJURIES: Individuals recovering from traumatic injuries such as spinal cord and brain injuries may need assistance with mobility, rehabilitation, medication adherence, feeding, and adapting to a daily routine with new limitations.
  5. BUSY WORK SCHEDULE: People with a busy work schedule may require the assistance of caregivers to occasionally help with daily living tasks such as cleaning and organization.
  6. AGING RELATED CONDITIONS: Aging related conditions such as osteoporosis, arthritis and general frailty may often necessitate the services of caregiving professionals to provide care and assistance for basic and instrumental daily living activities such as personal hygiene and grooming, food preparation, eating, ambulating, managing medication and finances, as well as housekeeping and laundry.
  7. TERMINAL ILLNESSES: Patients of terminal illnesses like advanced cancer, motor neurone disease (MND), neurological disease, lung disease and so on, will often need the assistance of caregivers for help with managing symptoms, grooming, providing emotional support and comfort during their final stages of life.
  8. MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONS: Individuals who suffer with mental health conditions like Bipolar disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Schizophrenia and Depression, amongst others, may benefit from caregiving services to provide assistance and support with management and recovery.


At Vitalis HealthCare, our team of certified, experienced and professional caregivers and registered nurses are efficiently trained to provide you with the best quality and compassionate home care services. 

If you would like to hire a professional and competent caregiver that fits your unique needs, feel free to reach out to us through any of our contact details outlined below.

With us, you are in safe, competent and compassionate hands. 

Phone Number


Email: info@vitalishealthcare.com


We provide our services in every county in the State of Maryland, United States of America.

Office Address: 8757 Georgia Avenue Suite 440 Silver Spring, MD 20910