In-Home Services Include:
With bathing and grooming being a difficult task for those who are physically challenged. Our companion caregivers can help make this a safer and more enjoyable experience while maintaining dignity and respect for privacy. Self care is an important factor of one's overall well-being.
A clean safe environment will help promote a sense of well-being. Our homemakers will help to keep the home organized and tidy. We will wash dishes, clean bathrooms, and mop the kitchen floor.
From start to finish, we complete the laundry process for our clients that includes washing, drying, folding, and putting away clothing. Our Caregiver can even reorganize closets and store away out-of- season clothes.
Our homemakers enjoy the friendships they form with our wonderful clients. They spend time reading books, having meals together, playing cards, sitting outside enjoying the fresh air,organizing photo albums etc.
Our homemakers will prepare meals on a regular basis to ensure our clients are eating healthy meals that are good for them and ensure that they meet any dietary requirements. We encourage our clients to help in the kitchen when possible, this keeps them active and offers an opportunity to engage in small talk while preparing their favorite recipes.
Everyone needs a break and our respite service will provide family caregivers a temporary break while your loved one will continue to receive the same special care in their home environment.
Our companion caregivers are not permitted to administer medications but they can monitor and remind seniors when it is time for their next dose.
We can arrange to have one of our caregivers escort you to doctor's appointments, grocery shopping, visiting a friend or family member. Imagine the comfort in knowing you can still safely travel in the area and remain active.
Alzheimer's & Dementia Care
The early stages of Alzheimer's and Dementia can be very stressful. Changes in a loved one can happen quickly. Our caregivers make it possible for Seniors to remain safely in their own homes, despite the many obstacles memory loss puts in their way.