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Many older adults prefer to stay in their own home as they age. But is this the right choice for you or your loved one? The goal of in-home care (or senior care) is to help your loved one remain at home as long as possible, rather than moving into a skilled nursing facility or long–term care facility.

We assist with all the essentials in helping with independence because family members have active work schedules or maybe it’s due to not having a close network of nearby family and friends around to help. Or, our personal care and support services could be the extra support you need as you are recuperating from a stay at a hospital or rehabilitative facility.  In each instance, our trained Care Professionals are dedicated to providing quality care with compassion and a commitment to the highest level of customer service.

We provide a wide range of in-home care services that can help your senior or disabled loved one maintain their independence while aging in place.


Personal care and support services may be right for your loved one if minor assistance is needed with the following Activities of Daily Living (ADLs): 
 
  • Bathing, showering, dressing, and grooming 
  • Toileting and safe restroom use, maintaining continence and proper cleaning
  • Ambulation - walking around the house or getting light exercise 
  • Assistance in getting out of a bed or chair, walking and getting around the home 
  • Feeding if necessary 

In addition, we provide personal care and support assistance with Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs): 
 
  • Cooking and meal preparation
  • Assistance with light housekeeping
  • Laundry  
  • Managing finances related to paying monthly bills 
  • Transportation to doctor appointments, grocery shopping, hair salon/barber appointments and/or running errands 
  • Medication reminders 

In addition, if your senior or disabled loved one has been discharged with the need for continued physical therapy, our caregivers can assist with the self-care exercise regimen in between physical therapy visits.  

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