• Social stimulation and conversation, discussing current events

  • Playing board or card games, doing crafts

  • Reading books, magazines, or newspapers

  • Reminiscing

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Homemaking & Home Upkeep

  • Light housekeeping

  • Meal preparation

  • Laundry

  • Shopping, running errands, putting grocery away

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Personal Care

  • Help with walking, ambulation, and transfer

  • Help with feeding, grooming, toileting, and bathing

  • Medication reminders

  • Meal preparation

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Driving & Escort

  • Driving to doctors’ and therapy appointments

  • Visiting family and friends

  • Dining out, going to restaurants, shopping

  • Escorting to museums, the mall, the movies, special events, and occasions.

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Dementia & Alzheimer’s Care

  • Early, middle, and late-state caregiving & validation therapy

  • Organizing the day, planning recreational activities, creating a daily care plan

  • Comprehensive safety plan, supervision, help with wound care, injections, physical therapy & other medical needs, coordination of skilled care services

  • Help with housekeeping, shopping, meal preparation, bathing, dressing, toileting, feeding, exercising, and other personal care

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Transitional Care

  • Collaboration with medical staff from hospital/nursing home, get an overview of treatment and care, ensure a smooth transition from hospital to home

  • Our care managers meet with the medical staff from the hospital/rehab, understand the cause and effect of injury

  • Custom plan for a smooth transition to the household

  • Personal care, assistance in activities of daily living, safety measures for maximum recovery

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Respite Care

  • Provides short-term relief to primary caregivers from the continuous care of a person

  • Offered for any period of time, from a few hours to several weeks at a time

  • Supporting and strengthening primary caregivers in their abilities to care for someone they love by giving them a chance to spend time with their family, friends, run errands, get some work done, go to the doctor, get a haircut, or just relax.

  • Flexible schedule and peace of mind that your loved one is spending time with another caring individual

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End of Life Care

  • Terminal conditions that have become advanced, progressive, and incurable

  • Regular medical review to ensure treatment is meeting changing needs

  • Sensitivity, honesty, and clarity in all communications with you, and those close to you, keeping you involved in important decisions relating to treatment and care.

  • Emotional, medical, and practical support

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In Assisted Living Facilities

  • Companionship, recreational and social activities

  • Assistance with personal care, including dressing and bathing, and help with any other activities of daily living

  • Transportation

  • Health-related services, e.g. administring medication

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Other Special Care Situations

  • Support and comforting measures through cancer diagnosis and recovery

  • Home support to help with mental health-related situations, e.g. anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, PTSD

  • Support with lifting, transporting, and more for mobility-related situations, e.g. paraplegia, quadriplegia, Neuromuscular Diseases and Disorders, or Traumatic Brain Injury.

  • Help with motor vehicle accident recovery through nursing care, physical therapy, behavioral support, and transportation

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How it Works to Work with Us

We’d like you to access quality care easily. We’ve made the process ultra simple. So simple that we’re able to provide same-day service. Here’s how it works:

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