We are committed to acting as your shoulder to lean on while providing honest advice for your loved one’s situation during this delicate time. We wish to keep your loved one in their comfortable home environment while providing them with home care they can count on. We help with safety measures, healthy eating, light housekeeping, and provide companionship to round out our quality care services. Your loved one is always in great hands, whether you require 24/7, long-term or short-term care infused with infinite love. Read more about us.

Our Services

Supervision and Companionship

Learning that your loved one has a life-limiting illness can be difficult, especially as their progress begins to decline. Our home care experts are skilled at palliative care, which can give your loved one support while receiving end of life treatment. We can control and manage any symptoms your loved one may be experiencing and provide compassionate comfort when required. 

The main goal of our home care professionals is to help your loved one feel as comfortable as possible as they move into the last stage of their life. 

Our hospice home care experts can address your loved one’s physical, social, emotional, and spiritual needs. We can also coordinate with doctors, nurses, and other health care professionals while keeping the family updated and notified of any health changes. This helps bring everyone together for the benefit of your loved one as they spend their final moments feeling secure in their comfortable home environment. 

Personal Grooming

Personal care is important for all levels of life, and particularly for senior aged loved ones who live all by themselves. Whether your loved one has an illness, disability, or merely requires supervision and companionship, we can help with personal hygiene, grooming, shaving, and dressing. 

We can focus on skin care to prevent bed sores and other pressure ulcers, and we can make sure your loved one is eating a healthy diet and getting plenty of fluids. Our home care team can also help with shaving and mouth care, such as denture cleaning, toothbrushing, and rinsing. 

We can ensure your loved one dresses in clean and appropriate clothing and always looks presentable while keeping their hair combed, brushed, or otherwise styled. The goal of our home care team is to keep your loved one’s spirits high while boosting their mental, physical, and mental wellbeing. 

Bathing and Showering

Many seniors find it difficult to bathe all on their own. Our home care experts operate under the mantra that a clean body is a healthier body. For that reason, we attempt to make bathing a pleasant part of your loved one’s day. 

If bathing has become difficult due to a disability or illness, we will only bathe your loved one when absolutely necessary. When bathing and showering your loved one, we keep the water temperature comfortable and respect your loved one’s privacy throughout the process. Our home care team is experienced with bathing and showering patients at all stages of life. We also have experience bathing patients who may be enduring one or more illnesses or disabilities. We can help with fall and slip prevention when getting out of the tub or shower and keep your loved one fully dry before getting them into clean clothes. This level of care keeps your loved one feeling safe and clean in the comfort of home.

Bathroom Assistance

Some of our patients need assistance using the bathroom while others have issues with incontinence. Our home care team is experienced with all aspects of toileting and incontinence care. 

We understand the sensitive nature of this level of care and that incontinence issues can cause your loved one to feel distressed and ashamed. That is why we take extra special care to ensure your loved one feels comfortable and stress-free, even if accidents occur. 

Our home care aides are trained to remain patient and kind as they assist with all aspects of using the bathroom and any cleanup care that may be required. 

We can help your loved one find a bathroom routine to reduce accidents while maintaining his or her cleanliness, personal hygiene, and high levels of self-respect. 

We can also keep the home clean, ensure there are no stains or odors on your loved one’s clothing, and communicate with the family to report any changes in your loved one’s status for ultimate peace of mind.

Ambulation and Transfer Assistance

Ambulation and transfer assistance require special skills to ensure your loved one’s safety and wellbeing. Each of our home care experts are trained in the principles of body mechanics, which means we take special care when helping with standing and walking. 

When transferring your loved one, we use particular methods when lifting, holding, and transferring to minimize discomfort and prevent injuries. We can also accommodate your loved one if he or she uses a cane, walker, or crutches. 

We can move your loved one safely from a bed to a chair and help with sitting up and rolling over. Our home care professionals also have the skills necessary to transfer your loved one using a mechanical lift. Your loved one’s health and safety is our primary goal, no matter where the transfer occurs. 

All the while, we can coordinate with doctors, nurses, and the family to maintain a level of home care that is appropriate for your loved one’s condition and mental and physical states.

Meal Preparation

Has your senior aged loved one lost all interest in food? Or is he or she missing the ability to grocery shop and prepare healthy meals all on their own? 

Healthy eating is important for your loved one’s wellbeing and quality of life. Eating the proper foods and drinking the necessary fluids can also keep your loved one at the doctor-recommended weight. That is why we train each of our home care experts to help your loved one maintain a healthy diet and eating routine. 

We can help with grocery shopping, picking out all the right ingredients for a full menu of nutritious meals, and we can prepare delicious foods to make eating exciting again. We can accommodate feeding your loved one if he or she is unable, and we can ensure your loved one gets the right amount of fluids to maintain top health. Our goal is to keep your loved one on a customized dietary routine that ensures optimal health and quality of life.

Medication Reminders

Many senior loved ones are prescribed at least one medication while others are prescribed multiple medications that must be taken at specific times. A pill may be taken once in the morning or twice daily. Some are taken only when needed and others are to be taken with food and only in the morning or evening. 

With all of this juggling of medication dosages and times, the entire process can become confusing, particularly to aging seniors. Our home care team takes special care to ensure your loved one takes all prescribed medicines at the necessary times for their ultimate safety. 

Even one errantly taken pill can cause detrimental health effects, and we never take our responsibilities lightly. That is why we work with your loved one’s doctor or specialty care team to ensure the accurate coordination of all medicines for your loved one’s health, wellbeing, and the family’s peace of mind.

Light Housekeeping

Seniors living alone feel better when the home is clean, dishes are washed, and the laundry is folded and put away. Cleaner living lifts the spirits and leads to better care, which is why our home care team makes light housekeeping a priority during long-term or short-term care sessions. We can help with putting out fresh towels and changing your loved one’s bedding. We can assist with organizing the home and picking up clutter to prevent trips and falls. We can do some light cleaning and dusting, and help with everyday chores, like gift wrapping, meal preparation, incontinence care, and assisting with eating. If mobility is an issue, our home care experts can help your loved one get around and stay active, as well as transport your loved one to and from the doctor or pharmacy. Our goal is to make your loved one’s life safer and more pleasant while keeping the living room, kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom clean.

Transportation to Doctor’s Appointments

As our loved ones grow older, we often wonder if they should still be driving. It only takes a few dings and dents on your loved one’s car to realize that transportation by home care experts might be the better alternative. Our home care team will keep your loved one happy and comfortable while transporting him or her anywhere around town. Doctor’s appointments must be kept at specific times, which is why we take care to get your loved one to their appointments on time, every time. We can take your loved one back home and help with grocery shopping, as well as picking up prescriptions for your peace of mind. We also work with the family to ensure all errands are taken care of and that your loved one gets the best home care transportation services whenever required. Instead of putting the burden of your loved one’s driving duties on family members, let us take care of your loved one’s transportation with safety and assurance every time.

Accompany to Day Care Programs

Day care programs give your loved one the extra assistance they need while offering respite care to family members. 

To ensure the family’s peace of mind, our home care professionals can accompany your loved one for companionship and supervision all day long. Our home care professionals are trained to keep a close eye on your loved one and offer assistance if needed, whether it’s using the restroom or shuffling a deck of cards. 

Our home care team can participate in all social, medical, and specialized services that the day care program implements while ensuring your loved one remains happy and healthy until it’s time to go back home. 

We can coordinate with the day care program’s staff to maintain the highest levels of companionship and care. And, for your peace of mind, we can continue the care even after we return home for your loved one’s optimal health and wellbeing.

Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care

Alzheimer’s disease and dementia can cause the health of your loved one to decline rapidly. Your loved one may be frightened, and self-care may fall by the wayside. Most importantly, the everyday habits that you and I take for granted can become insurmountable. 

Our home care aides can make your loved one feel safe, calm, and comfortable. By keeping your loved one in their familiar home environment, he or she gets to maintain dignity, independence, and the highest levels of self-respect. 

In the meantime, our home care aides will encourage engagement and provide round-the-clock companionship. We can prepare nutritious meals and create social interaction with mind-stimulating activities. 

In addition, we can help to minimize any behavioral or cognitive changes while helping to honor your loved one and who they were in their earlier life. 

Having someone spend time with your loved one during this trying time can boost their quality of life while giving you and the rest of the family premium peace of mind.

Hospice Care

Learning that your loved one has a life-limiting illness can be difficult, especially as their progress begins to decline. Our home care experts are skilled at palliative care, which can give your loved one support while receiving end of life treatment. We can control and manage any symptoms your loved one may be experiencing and provide compassionate comfort when required. 

The main goal of our home care professionals is to help your loved one feel as comfortable as possible as they move into the last stage of their life. 

Our hospice home care experts can address your loved one’s physical, social, emotional, and spiritual needs. We can also coordinate with doctors, nurses, and other health care professionals while keeping the family updated and notified of any health changes. This helps bring everyone together for the benefit of your loved one as they spend their final moments feeling secure in their comfortable home environment. 

Cardiac and Diabetic Care

Heart issues and diabetes can require special arrangements to keep your loved one safe and healthy. Our home care professionals are experienced working with seniors with both cardiovascular disease and diabetes. We understand that family may not always be there to lend a helping hand, particularly due to the high levels of care that your loved one requires. That is where home care aides can fill in the gap to ensure your loved one gets the proper attention that makes for higher quality living.

Your loved one may have special dietary restrictions and may need daily injections. Not only can our home care professionals help with grocery shopping and meal planning, but we can make recommendations for healthier food choices specially designed for those with heart problems and diabetics. We can help your loved one get the right amount of exercise each day and help with blood check monitors, daily insulin jabs, and medication reminders to keep their health regimen safely on track.

By reducing health risks and providing companionship, as well as home care, your loved one will have everything he or she needs to feel healthy, comfortable and secure.

Surgical Recovery

Your loved one may require special care following their recent surgical procedure. Our post-surgical home care professionals can work with the discharge planner, surgical coordinator, or nurse to create a personalized plan that meets the needs of the family and your loved one. 

We can take special care that your loved one follows all discharge orders from A to Z. This may require taking care of the surgical site to prevent infections and ensuring your loved one is healing properly. 

We can assist with picking up prescriptions, grocery shopping, and running other errands. We can help with meal preparation and grocery shopping, and even transport your loved one to and from doctor appointments. 

From medication reminders and communicating with healthcare providers to keeping the family updated of any health changes, our surgical home care team can do it all. Best of all, with post-surgical home care, your loved one gets to remain safely at home during the healing process.

Care Transitions

Following a stay in the hospital or nursing facility, your loved one may require assistance moving back to the home environment. There is nothing like being at home, which is a place we all turn to for safety and comfort. Your loved one is no different, which is why we want to support their transfer any way possible. 

We can work with discharge teams, doctors, nurses, and nursing staff to coordinate care during and after the transfer back to your loved one’s home environment. We can facilitate post-transfer care, such as basic rehabilitation, meal planning, light housekeeping, and companionship. 

Our goal is to make the transition of care a seamless one. We can accommodate mechanical lifts, canes, walkers, and wheelchairs, and use special body mechanics techniques to facilitate safe transfers to and from the hospital or assisted living facility.

With companionship and supervisory care that keeps the family informed every step of the way, we can make this switch back to the home one to remember and one that is beneficial to your loved one’s wellbeing.

Diagnosis Specific Care

When your loved one has received a diagnosis of a disease or illness, special care is required to ensure optimal health and wellbeing. Our home care experts have worked with patients of all ages and with all types of diagnoses. 

We work closely with your loved one’s surgeons, physicians, nurses, and other health care professionals to keep your loved one’s health on track for the long-term. We can help with the transition from the hospital to home and help with basic rehabilitative care and general wellness care in the safety and comfort of your loved one’s home environment. We can help with light housekeeping, fall prevention, grocery shopping, healthy meal preparation, and so much more. 

In addition to caring for your loved one during this difficult time, we work closely with the family to keep everyone updated with your loved one’s progress every step of the way. Regardless of the diagnosis your loved one received, he or she is always in good hands with our home care team.