Home Care Services
Short term care might be the perfect solution to preventing burnout as a family caregiver.
HOME CARE SERVICESWith age, daily household activities and chores do become difficult for older adults. When you choose home care services, you’re choosing someone to take care of the little things. Freshly prepared meals. No obstacles in the hallways or bedroom to trip over. Clean clothes to wear. If you’re looking into homemaking care for a senior loved one, help usually means an extra hand with daily tasks.
COMPANION CARECompanion Care keeps your loved one socially engaged at home, and can accompany them to visit friends or family, to social events, or to visit local sites and stores. Outings don’t have to end because health complications make leaving the house difficult. Companion care for loved ones gives them someone to socialize with, and gives your family someone to rely on.
RESPITE CAREIn home respite care, or relief care, for loved ones offers family caregivers a chance to step back and take a break from their care situation. It’s meant to allow you to recharge emotionally and physically to avoid burnout. Respite care can include things like light housekeeping, personal care such as bathing or dressing, travel assistance to appointments, grocery shopping, errands, and more.
PERSONAL CAREAs loved one gets older, it’s tough for them adhere to the personal hygiene routines due to their condition. Good quality personal hygiene is very important to physical and the mental well-being of our loved one. Our caregivers are specially trained in personal hygiene and other personal care services, and always focus on preserving the dignity, comfort of your loved one.
Private Pay for In Home Care and CostsClients often use a combination of their Social Security benefits, private pensions, savings, home equity, or reverse mortgages to pay for home care. Though not ideal, these options are sometimes the most immediate means of covering the expense of in-home care
Fall RecoveryIf your loved one has fallen, a quality caregiver can support them at home with recovery. Having in-home help improves the chances of preventing falls from happening in the first place. Caregivers can encourage regular exercise and prompt a loved one to take medications. They can also eliminate fall hazards around the home and provide stability and assistance in the bathroom or kitchen.
Providing Quality Companion Home Care Service since 1995
Home health is skilled nursing and the help you need provided in your home. Care is focused on helping you manage a chronic condition or recover from an acute illness, surgery, accident or a change in medical condition.