in home care Services
We’re committed to providing the HIGHEST quality in-home care!
Our agency helps adults, seniors, and pediatric clients who are recovering after hospital or facility stay, or need additional support to remain safely at home and avoid unnecessary hospitalization. Our caregivers help clients with daily tasks such as: activities of daily living (ADL’s), bathing, light housekeeping, preparing meal, offering the recipient support and companionship, errands, shopping, transportation, medication reminders, and monitoring of diet and nutrition. These services help the client to stay at home versus living in a facility.
We provide non-medical, in-home care to seniors, disabled adults, those recovering from surgery, illness, or injury, or anyone who needs help with the activities of daily living–those routine things we do every day to care for ourselves and others. Our trustworthy care professionals provide personal care and homemaking services in your home whenever needed–around the clock, for just a few hours, weekends and holidays.
- Home care preserves independence. You maintain control of your schedule, your routine, and your activities.
- Home care can help prevent or postpone the need for institutional care, allowing you or your loved ones to live in the comfort and familiarity of home for as long as possible.
- Home care is affordable. It is less costly than facility care, and plans are available to fit all budgets.
- Home care is personalized, one-on-one care. You choose the services that fit your needs.
- Home care keeps families together. Friends and family can visit at any time and continue to be actively involved in their loved one’s daily life.
Bonded and Insured Caregivers
Because we are guests in your home, your comfort and trust are paramount to us. Caregivers are bonded, insured, and subjected to a rigorous screening process, including background and reference checks and verification of credentials. Ongoing supervisory visits by management help ensure that our care continues to meet your expectations.
We pride ourselves in hiring people for their compassion, experience, and flexibility. But we know this isn’t all it takes to provide the best care possible. Caregivers also need excellent skills and competency in care — and that comes from excellent training.
Why does training matter?
- Trained caregivers provide the highest quality of care to you or your loved one
- Trained caregivers know how to recognize when medical care is needed
- Trained caregivers can help their clients avoid injury around the home
A caregiver who is specifically trained in his or her job
will provide a consistent, higher level of quality care.