C.S. Nursing in Your Home

If you need Christian Science Nursing care and would like to stay in your own home, you can call a Private-Duty Christian Science Nurse!  They will come to your home on a part-time or full-time basis to meet your need.

The main purpose of employing a Christian Science Nurse is to assist in maintaining an atmosphere conducive to healing in your home. You’ll find that they bring an expectancy of complete and quick healing.

It’s a ministry, filled with loving reassurance of God’s tender care, His ever-presence and omnipotence!

There will be time for individual study and sharing of spiritual ideas. Your Private-Duty Christian Science Nurse will be glad to help fill the atmosphere with Truth and Love by reading aloud from:

  • The Christian Science Bible Lesson
  • The Bible
  • Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures and Prose Works by Mary Baker Eddy
  • Literature published by the Christian Science Publishing Society
  • And listening together to online Christian Science Church services, lectures, and podcasts, etc.

Of course, your Private-Duty Christian Science Nurse is also there to skillfully assist with personal care and bathing, mobility needs, regular and special nourishment needs, and bandaging as needed.

It’s always important to have a written Agreement with a Private-Duty Christian Science Nurse, as you would with a Christian Science Care Facility. The Agreement will include expectations and what services are offered and not offered. See The Mother Church’s Standards for Care: Scope of Services.

Every Christian Science Nurse should  be able to send you their Agreement by email. When the Agreement is agreed upon by both parties,  and an email is sent to the Christian Science Nurse expressing acceptance of the Agreement by Patient or Guardian, arrangements can then be made for travel and an arrival date.

To become familiar with sample Agreements, Click Here.

Sample Agreements & Invoices

 

“A grateful heart a garden is, where there is always room for every lovely, God-like grace to come to perfect bloom.” — Hymn 3:1