Dependable home care for your loved one

You shouldn't have to put life on hold.

There’s no need to choose between your busy life and caring for your loved one.

Let us help.

Your loved one may need assistance and company during the day, but can handle themselves just fine at night. For these clients, daytime caregiver and companion shifts are perfect! Our in-home caregivers will help with:

Daily activities such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, and simple household chores
 
Personal care such as bathing, dressing, and incontinence care
 
Exercise reminders
 
Monitoring medication schedules
 
Errands and transportation to recreational activities
 
Companionship and socialization
 

Your loved one will enjoy more personalized care than assisted living for a fraction of the cost.

If your loved one requires 24-hour care on an uninterrupted basis, things can get extremely difficult for you. Our companions relieve that responsibility by giving your loved one a high level of personalized care that keeps them comfortable and secure in familiar surroundings. Our 24-hour caregivers will help with:

Daily activities such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, and simple household chores
 
Personal care such as bathing, dressing, and incontinence care
 
Medication reminders and pickups for prescription refills
 
Exercise and walking
 
Companionship and socialization
 
Errands and transportation to activities such as church functions, senior services, and local community events
 
Evening and nighttime supervision and monitoring
 

Your loved one will receive more personalized care than assisted living in the comfort of their own home.

Caring for Parkinson’s disease requires a multi-discipline approach including personal care, medication management, physical therapies, and exercises. Our caregivers are trained to identify the unique aspects of your loved one’s symptoms and enact the perfect care plan, including:

Movement – walking, balance, posture, transfers
 
Cognition – memory and executive functioning capabilities
 
Swallowing – understanding how to provide nutrition and hydration
 
Secondary Symptoms – dealing with anxiety, depression, and sleep interruption
 

Every Parkinson’s client has different needs. Give your loved one a level of personalized care that they won’t get from assisted living.

The transition from hospital or skilled nursing to home after a stroke is challenging for the whole family. If your loved one needs help settling into their new routine, our caregivers can offer expert support such as:

Supervising prescribed physical and occupational therapy

 
Cognitive stimulation with guidance from licensed therapists to improve skills
 
Assistance and teaching for bathing, grooming, dressing, and meals
 
Prevention of secondary symptoms associated with inactivity such as stiff joints, falls, bedsores, and pneumonia
 
Restoration of ability to perform independent activities as soon as possible after the return home
 

Our caregivers are there to assist in both mental and physical stimulation to promote a speedy recovery. Give your loved one the personalized, one-on-one stroke care they won’t get from assisted living.

Alzheimer’s cases require special caregivers capable of patience, kindness, and understanding. Our caregivers assigned to Alzheimer’s and dementia cases are trained to provide one-on-one support that perfectly match a client’s needs. Our Alzheimer’s care includes:

Comprehensive assessments that account for environmental safety, symptom manifestations such as sundowning and delirium, and the clients unique social history

 
Proactive care plans that provide appropriate, meaningful daily activities that stimulate cognition, mobility, and exercise
 
Medication management that mitigates symptoms and improves quality of life
 

Every Alzheimer’s client has different needs. Give your loved one a level of personalized care that they won’t get from assisted living.

Dependable Care in the Comfort of Home

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