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Home care offers personalized care that allows individuals to remain in the comfort and security of their home. These services are helpful for those who are getting older, are chronically ill, recovering surgery or disabled and need assistance. In-home care services provides families with the comfort of knowing their loved one is receiving the care to live a happy, healthier life.
Home is a place of comfort and security. We understand the importance of allowing your loved one to remain independent and continue their daily living activities at home. We offer Assisted Living care to make this possible.
Companionship services may include household assistance such as attending religious services, reading, playing games and cards, art projects, hobbies - and more! We want to create a unique care plan that supports your loved one’s needs.
Home is the best place for a loved one living with a disability. With the right care, it is possible for them to continue their daily activities and to live the highest possible quality of life in the comfort of home.
Home is a place of familiarity and security, where your loved one can enjoy their daily activities with dignity. We offer a variety of services for those living with Alzheimer’s and Dementia.
The comfort of your home is often times the best place to recuperate. We offer assistance for those looking for post-surgical care or help during rehabilitation.
Home can remain a place of comfort and security with the right help for your loved one. We offer prevention services or home care for those recuperating from an injury or fall.
Home is a place of love where daily activities can be enjoyed with dignity and a high quality of life. We can provide services to those living with a neuromuscular disorder so they can remain in the comfort of their home.
If your loved one experiences insomnia, wakes up several times during the night to use the restroom, has a behavioral disorder or has a tendency to wander, he or she may need someone to remain with them throughout the night. Overnight care offers assistance to seniors who need help during the bedtime routine, overnight hours, and in the morning.
Around-the-clock care gives you and your family peace of mind that your senior loved one will be safe and comfortable at all times of the day and night. Conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and other medical needs may require assistance during the night as well as during the day.
Living at home is an important way to ensure dignity and quality of life for seniors and adults with disabilities. In a live-in care arrangement, compassionate caregivers give your loved one the support they need to remain in familiar, comfortable surroundings as they receive ongoing care from a single caregiver.