Personal care and hygiene assistance is designed to maximize safety for seniors who are having difficulty with activities of daily living. Having help from a caregiver can increase safety and maintain independence. Daily assistance with personal care and regular meals enables family and loved ones to enjoy their life together.
Companionship is key to ward off feelings of depression and loneliness when one is living at home alone. We provide a safe escort and enjoyable companionship for your loved one so they can stay connected with their friends, family and community.
Caregivers are dedicated to helping your loved ones remain safe, healthy and comfortable. We perform a fall prevention assessment and manage household chores like laundry, vacuuming, pet care, and more.
We want your loved ones to enjoy their favorite meals. If your loved one is diabetic, has certain allergies or any other health restrictions, our home caregivers can prepare nutritious and tasty meals designed with their specific dietary needs in mind.
One of the most important aspects of care for patients recovering from surgery or illness or managing a chronic condition is compliance with prescribed medication and other therapies. Medication errors are a common cause of illness, falls, confusion, unnecessary hospitalization and death in the elderly. We help eliminate these worries with medication assistance and oversight.
Our Caregivers offer in-home care and support for individuals diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and memory loss. We train and prepare our team of home caregivers to work with clients with Alzheimer’s disease and provide the special support they need.
Respite care serves to give caregivers a break. Respite can be provided on a regular basis (a few hours/week for you to go out and do errands or get much needed rest) or for a specific time frame, such as when you need to travel or when a loved one is returning from the hospital and you need extra support.
Hiring a live-in caregiver is about more than just finding someone to complete practical tasks. Our caregivers have the skills to complete those tasks, but also the qualities to build rapport and support the client in what can be a tough time in life. They receive special training in communicating with older adults and key psychological and social aspects of aging.
Do I need Home Care?
Have you been worried about your aging parent's safety and if you think they need home care? Take this 10-question assessment to determine whether or not you should be getting home care.