We provide quality, affordable, non-medical in-home care for adults of all ages so that they can enjoy the best quality of life wherever and whenever they need it. Whether for seniors that need some assistance in order to stay in their homes, families with members who have special needs or disabilities, those recovering from an illness or surgery, even people who just need someone to talk to and visit with as they move through life, we are your alternative for care when and where it’s needed most... for several hours a week up to full-time, live-in situations.
Our companion care, personal care, and even our personalized, engaging dementia care services are available at home, in nursing and assisted living facilities, and hospitals—wherever they can do the most good. Plus, our innovative client and family tools ensure that you're engaged and informed of your loved one's care every step of the way.
•Regular visits, company & conversation
•Shopping & errand services
•Mail & paperwork organization
•Grooming/washing assistance & guidance
•Respite family care
•Bathing & hygiene
•Transfer & posture positioning
•Continence and toileting care
•Special diets & meal preparation
HOW WE HELP SENIORS
Real Peace of Mind - The responsibility of caring for an older parent or relative is a part of life for many adults across the country. At FirstLight, we see caring for seniors as a privilege, not just an obligation. So, when you can’t be there, you can count on us to provide great care and an understanding smile in a place that’s near and dear to their hearts—home.
HOW WE HELP THOSE RECOVERING/REHABILITATING
A Helping Hand - Recovering from an illness or injury—even surgery or childbirth—can make it difficult to perform daily household tasks or, in some cases, manage personal care. We offer a helping hand that makes regaining or maintaining independence easier with personalized support and sincere encouragement from experienced caregivers.
HOW WE HELP THOSE WITH DISABILITIES
Compassion & Experience - Living with a disability presents unique challenges, but dignity and quality of life should never be compromised. We understand how to help people with disabilities and their families face their own personal challenges in ways that promote independence and offer reassurance; always mindful that a person is not defined by his or her disability.