One of the first steps we take is to conduct a comprehensive safety assessment of the entire home. This is done by a registered nurse who has received extensive training in this area.
The assessment includes:
Our Private Home Care trained caregivers provide assistance with activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, grooming, using the toilet, getting in and out of bed, and grooming. They can also provide reminders about taking medication.
Additional Care Private Home Care homemakers assist with light housekeeping, laundry and meal preparation. We strive to keep the home clean, orderly and safe.
For clients who are experiencing mild symptoms of memory loss, dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, our dementia-trained caregivers allow them to remain at home, comfortably and safely. Additional Care trained caregivers know how to provide support and set boundaries while being compassionate and respectful.
Maintaining familiar routines, such as shopping and errands, is an extremely important part of being independent. Our caregivers can provide transportation to stores, movies, museums, activities and senior centers. Visits to friends and family can also be accommodated.
Private Home Care trained caregivers offer clients transportation to and from doctor and dentist appointments, and other outpatient procedures.
When a loved one comes home from a hospital stay or outpatient care, our trained caregivers provide transportation and get them comfortably settled at home. If needed, this service can also include cleaning out or restocking the refrigerator, meal preparation and getting prescription medications from the pharmacy.
Caring for an elderly family member is often stressful and time-consuming. Our respite care program offers relief to family caregivers, enabling them to take some time for themselves. A few hours off can make a big difference for a person who is caring for a loved one.