Home Care
Home Care

Where the Worry Ends

In-home care focuses on helping seniors with the daily activities of living. These are tasks we all perform each day to stay healthy and engaged with life. For example:

  • Personal Care Services
  • Bathing & Dressing
  • Incontinence Care
  • Mobility Assistance
  • Companionship and Home Helper
  • Meal Preparation
  • Medication Reminders
  • Accompany to Doctor Visits
  • Grocery Shopping
  • Laundry and Linens
  • Socializing
  • Alzheimer’s or Other Dementia Care
  • Managing Behavioral Symptoms
  • Encouraging Engagement
  • Assist with Activities of Daily Living
  • Keeping Seniors Safe
  • Transitional Care Services
  • Transportation
  • Prescription Pick-Up
  • Hospital Discharge Assistance
  • Hospice Support
  • Supplemental Support
  • Respite for Family Caregivers
  • When a person becomes unable to perform these tasks, even temporarily, family members and non-medical caregivers can step in to help. Assisting with these activities generally doesn’t require any sort of medical certification. In contrast, home health care requires a doctor’s order and is performed by a licensed health professional, such as a nurse or physical therapist.

    Here are a few examples of services provided by home health professionals:

  • Occupational Therapy
  • Wound Care
  • Mobility Training
  • Pain Management
  • IV Therapy/Injections
  • Contact Representative


    I was so happy to know that staying at home was an option for my mom.
    She has always been a scrapbooker and it's incredibly touching to see how much it has meant to her to stay surrounded by her own photos, paints, stickers, crafts and infinite memories. And the best part is, now I feel confident knowing that she's safe living at home, even when I can't be there. It's like we're starting a whole new chapter. A great one. Thank you so much.
    - Jane J., client's daughter

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