Services We Provided

Meal preparation

As your loved ones in need gain age, they may lose interest in food. Mealtime without a family is usually lonely. If your parent has a reduced sense of taste or smell, food may seem less appetizing. Medications can take a toll on appetite too. For aging parents with physical or mental impairments, difficulties with grocery shopping and preparing meals may be obstacles to good nutrition. Even when seniors do eat well, they may not fully absorb all their nutrients.

Personal Assistance

As an experienced provider of personal care programs, we provide support to individuals in the comfort of their homes. Some of the services included in personal assistance are:

  • Bathing or showering
  • Dressing and grooming
  • Hair, skin, and nail care
  • Oral hygiene
  • Shaving
  • Toileting/incontinence care
  • Walking and exercise assistance
  • Medication reminders
  • Feeding

Personal Care

Personal Care is one of the main services in the Home Care industry. It includes assistance with everyday activities to help the ones in need and make the elderly life peaceful. Personal care services are related to assistance with dressing, hygiene, and incontinence services.

Chores

Home care services include chores and housecleaning, whereas home health care usually involves helping someone to recover from an illness or injury. Home health care professionals are often licensed as practical nurses, therapists or home health aides.

Homemaking Care

We offer household services in order to keep your home a clean and safe place. Our services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Homemaking services are a great option for when you first begin using assistance in the comfort of your home. It includes:

  • Meal planning and preparation
  • Light housekeeping
  • Vacuuming and dusting
  • Sweeping and mopping
  • Changing bed sheets
  • Laundry
  • Dishwashing
  • Cleaning bathroom and kitchen
  • Emptying trash
  • Assistance sorting and reading the mail etc.

Hospital Accompaniment

Being away from home and family is particularly stressful for patients, but it can also be difficult for their family members who are not beside their beds. Our caregivers can plan and arrange a hospital visit, help you with packing, arrange transportation, and make sure your house is safe during your absence. Our home health caregivers can be perfect companions while your loved ones are staying in the hospital. Once you are settled in, your personal caregiver can stay by your side as much as you need - even 24 hours a day.

Dementia Care

Dementia care offers memory care services, medication management, and attention. Often in later stages of dementia, it's too difficult for a family to take care of their loved ones as they need more specialized, expert care from trained professionals.

Companionship care

Companionship care is a special service that we offer. It includes the following activities:

  • Accompaniment on errands or to doctor appointments
  • Assistance with grocery shopping
  • Walking to get fresh air and exercise
  • Writing letters
  • Playing games
  • Reading aloud
  • Friendly conversation etc.

Non-Emergency Transportation Services

  • Transportation to and from appointments as well as to social activities, family events, stores and more
  • Medication reminders
  • Meal planning and preparation
  • Companionship and conversation
  • Accompaniment clients on walks and recreation
  • Shopping and running of errands
  • Light housekeeping and laundry
  • Changing bed linens
  • Arranging of appointments
  • Mental stimulation and activity
  • Assistance with writing letters, email, and cards
  • Assistance with pets
  • Attention to and monitoring of general well-being

Hospice Care

The patient receives greater monitoring than he or she would in a hospital. In addition to focusing on the physical health and comfort of a patient, hospice care also focuses on the emotional needs and spiritual well-being of the terminally ill and their loved ones. Hospice is the term for a special program of care for terminally ill (dying) patients and their families. Rather than trying to cure an illness, hospice efforts aim to make the patient comfortable, ease pain and other troublesome symptoms, and support the family through a sad and difficult time.