In Home Care
We believe that aging doesn’t have to mean moving away from the place where you feel safe and comfortable. There are ways to make everyday living easier.
Our in home care options allow seniors to live safe and independent lives in the comfort of their own homes. With passionate caregivers who receive continuous training on healthcare trends, techniques and professional excellence, you can be assured that the care you are receiving is delivered with a high level of professionalism and the same level of compassion that you would expect from a family member. Caregivers are led by our staff RN (Registered Nurse), who is available at all times so that you nor the caregiver are ever alone.
Companions provide assistance to seniors with everyday things such as transportation, hobby maintenance, stimulating mental awareness, errands, mail, help with social media interaction with family, and any other non medical need. Seniors look forward to the visits from their new friends and we find that these relationships established between the companion and senior are mutually satisfying.
Home Care Services
Caregivers provide help around the house with such things as dusting, laundry, bed making, meal preparation, and other household chores. Much like the other in-home services, seniors know they can rely on a friendly face to come visit and take care of household tasks. Caregivers receive the same reliable training as the other in home services, and the services can be combined to assure that the senior is being taken care of according to their individual care plan.
Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) have specialized training for personal and restorative care. They provide assistance with activities of daily living, Alzheimer’s/dementia care, grooming and personal care, as well as serving as a reliable senior care companion. This level of care is ideal for seniors who need a higher level of help due to injuries or health that limits them from everyday functions. Seniors still enjoy the company of our caregivers but know that they can rely on them for the things that can make day-to-day living difficult.
Certified Medication Aides (CMAs) administer medications via various routes ensuring seniors are taking their medications according to doctor’s orders. The service is especially beneficial to those with Alzheimer’s or other dementias and provides families with the peace of mind that their loved one’s medication is safely and correctly administered.
Personal Care and Medication Administration services are guided by the staff RN. In these roles, the RN performs an initial assessment and creates a care plan for the client. The CNA or CMA is then trained on the specifics for that client to ensure consistent and accurate care. The RN continues to play a role in the client’s care by working with staff regarding the senior’s care and performing 60-day follow up assessments throughout the care of the client.