Competent, considerate care in the comfort of home …
Whether your loved one simply requires a companion to help run errands or a certified nursing assistant (CNA) to assist with dementia care and medication, we have the professional caregivers appropriate for the position.
Our health professionals foster an environment that encourages independence by gentle reminders to take necessary medications, motivating clients to eat properly, and appropriate body mechanics to reduce the risk of falls. The Board of Directors (BOD) are our key at reducing patient rehospitalization rates. In some cases, patients are released from the hospital prematurely in which they fail at meeting the necessary requirements of independent living. Our BOD’s are here to assist our caregivers in accurate and timely documentation so the client can remain in the comfort of their own home if feasibly possible.
We offer flexibility to you in terms of the hours needed to provide appropriate care techniques. Anything from 2, 4, 6, 8 or 24 hours can be arranged to meet your needs. Most of our services are an out of pocket expense; however, we do accept Long Term Care insurance. Our caregivers are carefully screened through a Level II FBI process and Homeland Security check. They are also required to have their license and certifications up to date to meet state requirements. We want to put your mind at ease in knowing that our caregivers have been thoroughly screened before entering your home.
We provide a FREE home assessment to determine the caregiver level your loved one will need and carefully match the person and situation with a trusted member of our registry.
Activities of daily living
- Light housekeeping and laundry
- Bathing and grooming
Post medical/surgical procedures
- Movement assistance
- Bowel/bladder care
- Medication administration
- IV monitoring
- Family/permanent caregiver vacation or necessary break
- Supervision, monitoring of safety measures
- Oversight for daily needs
- Companionship and prescribed mental stimulation