Elderly Care

We know how difficult it is to deal with your medical issues day after day. Your unique circumstances may even require additional help from a nurse. Our goal is to create a comfortable, stress-free environment for all of our senior patients. Our nurses visit you in your home to discuss your medical needs, treat your ailments, and explain procedures in a caring and respectful way. They will take the time to listen to your concerns, challenges, and fears, and will help you to relieve any pain you might be experiencing.

Our nurses are registered, have up-to-date training, and are fully bonded and insured. They will communicate with your other health care professionals as required, and provide support for your family. Our nurses are specially chosen for their compassion and desire to improve your quality of life.

We promise to work side by side with you during this challenging time, and bring you and your family peace of mind by ensuring that a caring, experienced nurse is managing your care.

Elderly Care
Baby Care

Baby Care

Your beautiful baby means the world to you, but a million tasks and exhaustion are keeping you from cherishing your time together.

You’re not alone. All parents need help.

Founded by moms who truly understand what you’re going through, Al Shahad Home Health Care Center in UAE can help you enjoy the precious moments. Our certified newborn care nurses can relieve some of your burden and let you focus on your new bundle of joy.

Whether you are a first-time parent or a mom with several children, bringing home your newborn can be wearying. You may be too tired to remember to take pictures of your baby. Or you may be too overwhelmed to enjoy memorable moments with your baby. It doesn’t have to be this way.

The goal of our baby nurses is to make sure both mommy and baby are getting the TLC they need.


Pain and injury can arise in almost any bone, muscle, or joint in your body. After a while, dealing with aches and pains can just become another part of your daily grind. But it shouldn’t.

At AL Shahad Home Health Care Center, we pride ourselves on our ability to deliver accurate and prompt diagnosis, and prescribe comprehensive solutions that solve your underlying issues:

  • Exercises that improve the flexibility and strength of affected muscles and joints
  • Gentle routines that encourage proper healing
  • Physical tools and supports that take the pressure off recovering muscles and joints
  • Relaxing massages and dry needling techniques that resolve stress-based tension
  • … and much more

Whether you suffer from bone pain, muscle issues or are recovering from accident or injury, our treatments will help you get back on your feet and leading an active lifestyle one again.

Palliative Care

Palliative Care

AL Shahad Home Health Care Center provides high quality health care to people living with a life-limiting illness to live as well as they can by managing pain and symptoms to ensure their quality of life is maintained.

AL Shahad Home Health Care Center will help you manage your illness, particularly pain and symptoms so you can continue to live life as well as you can while dealing with your illness. You may need it or want to have it from diagnosis or you may choose to take it up once your illness progresses to a certain stage. You may have an on-off rotation through palliative care through various stages of your illness as you have periods of wellness and illness.

Hospital to Home Care

One of the leading causes of hospital readmission or slow post-hospitalization recovery is the lack of proper support following a hospital discharge. Whether you or a loved one is transitioning directly home after a hospitalization or moving through the care continuum via a rehabilitation or medical care facility, in-home care is a key resource for a safe and successful recovery process.

A qualified, skilled caregiver can transport you home from the care facility, and provides essential support during an often stressful time.

The first 72 hours following a procedure or hospital stay represent a critical and vulnerable time for the patient, often involving a new diagnosis and changes in daily habits, required medications, meal regimens, rehab exercises and more.