Our services include:
Information and Referral to community resources
Case Management and crisis intervention
We strive to find the most appropriate solutions to help meet our client’s needs. Our Personal Attendants are fully employed and follow an individualized care plan for each client, which may consist of personal care, Dementia and Alzheimer’s care, assistance with daily living, meal preparation, light housework, grocery shopping and Respite Care.
Every person that seeks home care has very individual needs, and over time those needs will change. We work to promote the greatest level of independence within the capability of each client. As needs change, we provide the support needed each step of the way, whether the changing needs are towards complete independence, or to provide total care for clients who become bed bound.
We provide paid training to our Personal Attendants in the many areas that may accompany aging, such as Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias, Depression, and Diabetes. We address maintaining optimal nutrition and hydration, food safety, infection control, hygiene and skin integrity. Our Director of Education and Safety works with Fall Mitigation, Safe Transfers, and Assistive Devices. And we provide training in End-of-Life Care, pain management and comfort care, and working with Hospice.
No matter what type of service you choose:
- You are not obligated to any length of service, and you may discontinue service at any time.
- Scheduling is flexible to meet changing needs.
- Our supervisors are on call 24-hours per day, seven days per week. When you call you will speak with a live professional, not an answering machine.