Our Home Care Services

Concerned about safety?

  • Perhaps Mom recently fell and broke a hip. Maybe Dad is having trouble sticking to his doctor’s recommendations.
  • Does your loved one seem to be isolated? Losing weight? Having difficulty with remembering important activities or events?
  • Have you just received word your relative is ready to come home from the hospital? Great news, but are you prepared for the care they will need?

Aging in place
Like most older adults, your parents probably want to remain at home. You, however, may be worried that their home situation is not as safe as it needs to be. And your family member may require more assistance than you can realistically provide.

We’re here to help.

Working with you as a team, we at [Your Organization] can assist your family. We can provide you and your loved one with the support needed to stay at home to make sure your parent is safe and comfortable.

Give us a call at [Your Phone Number].

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Homemaking, companionship and personal care

Sometimes all that’s needed is a little help around the house. Maybe the person you care for no longer drives. Perhaps a spouse has recently passed on and your relative now needs help with cooking or laundry or other household tasks. Or it could be that your loved one is becoming isolated and simply needs some companionship to get out and start engaging with social activities. We can help!

  • Meal preparation
  • Grocery shopping and errands
  • Light housekeeping
  • Laundry
  • Transportation
  • Assistance with light exercise and outdoor activity
  • Companionship and community engagement

For others there is a need for more personal care assistance such as

  • Bathing, dressing and grooming
  • Medication reminders
  • Toileting and incontinence care
  • Assisting with walking and transferring from bed to wheelchair
  • Safety and fall prevention

Our caregivers are fully trained, warm, caring and professional.

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Memory loss

Caring for a person with a memory loss condition, such as Alzheimer’s, vascular dementia or Lewy body dementia or Parkinson’s dementia, requires special skill and understanding. All of our caregivers are trained to communicate in ways that can be easily understood and preserve the dignity of the person with memory loss. In addition to communication skills, our caregivers know how to:

  • Provide appropriate stimulation
  • Support abilities that your loved one still has
  • Create a soothing, dementia-friendly environment
  • Identify and avoid triggers for emotional outbursts
  • Employ redirection techniques to calm distressing reactions
  • Strategize to address sundowning
  • Protect against wandering
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Transition care

If your loved one is getting discharged from the hospital or a skilled nursing facility, very likely they will need extra help the first few days or weeks of recovery at home. From assisting with meal preparation and reminding about medications, to taking them to follow-up appointments, our caregivers can help your relative make a solid recovery and avoid the need for readmission.

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Respite care (Take a break!)

In need of a vacation? Time to replenish your own well? It’s not selfish to take breaks. It’s essential. You can hire our caregivers to come check in and help your relative while you get away for some well-deserved R & R. You rest easier knowing that your loved one is being well cared for. We’ve got your back!

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24/7 home care

If the person you care for needs around the clock coverage, we can arrange for shifts that make sure they have a trained and caring individual available at all times. This is popular for clients with moderate- to advanced dementia, and for those with medically complex situations. To provide your relative with consistency, we do our best to minimize the number of different caregivers that come during the week. We want your loved one to feel comfortable and at ease.

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End-of-life support

Needs increase when a loved one is nearing the end of life.

If your relative is on hospice, they will provide medical visits and help with bathing. But your loved still needs assistance 24/7. In particular, they will have special needs concerning the management of difficult symptoms. Our staff is trained in comfort care techniques and understands the unique sensitivities surrounding the end of life. We work collaboratively with the hospice team to be sure your relative’s symptoms are managed effectively.

This is a stressful time for everyone in the family, including you! Let us be there to handle the physical care needs so you can focus on visiting and making positive memories together.

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