Homemaker Care is not confined to the home. We also provide transportation for our clients who have lost their ability to drive themselves, or those who have safety concerns about their commute. Along with providing transportation, we can escort our clients and keep them company for their personal obligations, such as doctor appointments, physical therapy treatments, shopping, religious service, or special events.
A Pop-in visit is for the client who remains independent, but needs someone to come in for a short visit. With a Pop-in visit, our care givers will provide a minimum of two hours of service to assist with whatever is needed at that time.
We encourage those family and friends to take time off to recharge their batteries and maintain their own personal wellness. Some time off can allow the unpaid caregiver to return to being just a family member or friend again. This allows family and friends to enjoy some uninterrupted quality time with their loved one, while having Home Care with Peace of Mind.
Companion Care can be used not only in a client’s home, but also in an Assisted Living facility, Skilled-Nursing facility, Home Care, or even in a hospital. An example of a common use of Companion Care can be to provide monitoring or supervision with the aide of fall prevention to avoid injury or setbacks in the recovery of a previous injury. These care services are also ideal for a person who is transitioning back into their home or community after being discharged from a hospital stay.
Alzheimers & Dementia Care
The important aspects when tending to those with Alzheimer’s/Dementia is providing a safe familiar environment and conscientious monitoring of behaviors. Our caregivers ensure that their daily needs are attended to through following a Holistic Care Plan from the information provided in the initial In-Home Assessment.