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Christian Science Nursing Services

  • You can trust and lean on us. We are here to provide skilled care and oversight needed so you don’t have to. 
  • We understand the difficulty attached to putting your loved ones in the care of soemone else.
  • You will witness practical care in the sick room.
  • Our care includes opportunities for your input and presence using modern technology.
  • We are the beginning of a simple, joyous, spiritual journey for your loved one with an environment that is peaceful and healing.
  • You can rely on us to help you find financial assistance and resources within the Christian Science movement.
  • Wholistic Spiritual Support
  • Continuous Christian Science Support
  • Meal Planning and Preparation
  • Personal Care and Bathing
  • Mobility Support
  • Cleansing and Bandaging of Wounds
  • Wholistic Spiritual Support
  • Continuous Christian Science Support
  • Meal Planning and Preparation
  • Personal Care and Bathing
  • Mobility Support
  • Cleansing and Bandaging of Wounds

We Do Not Engage In:

  • Practising cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
  • Using and conducting medically oriented techniques or technology; including, but not limited to, distributing food or liquids with medical equipment, e.g: intravenous feeding
  • Using feeding tubes, ventilators (breathing machines)
  • Manipulation, massage, physical therapy
  • Making a medical diagnosis or prognosis
  • Assuming responsibility for a patients financial or household business transactions
  • Assuming responsibility for making healthcare decisions for the patient
  • Intruding on the confidential relationship between: (a) the patient and the Christian Science practitioner (b) the patient and his or her family
  • Administering medications, drugs, or using medicated, herbal or vitamin-based products and remedies
  • Forcing or coercing clients to eat, watch, or listen to something he/she does not want
  • Giving personal advice and counsel

We Do Not Engage In:

  • Practising cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
  • Using and conducting medically oriented techniques or technology; including, but not limited to, distributing food or liquids with medical equipment, e.g: intravenous feeding
  • Using feeding tubes, ventilators (breathing machines)
  • Manipulation, massage, physical therapy
  • Making a medical diagnosis or prognosis
  • Assuming responsibility for a patients financial or household business transactions
  • Assuming responsibility for making healthcare decisions for the patient
  • Intruding on the confidential relationship between: (a) the patient and the Christian Science practitioner (b) the patient and his or her family
  • Administering medications, drugs, or using medicated, herbal or vitamin-based products and remedies
  • Forcing or coercing clients to eat, watch, or listen to something he/she does not want
  • Giving personal advice and counsel

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