Home is the best place for a loved one living with a disability. With the right care, they are able to continue their daily activities and live the highest possible quality of life in the comfort of their home. Our services for adults with disabilities can include, but are not limited to:
We make keeping in touch with your loved one’s care easy for you, even if you live far away. Each of our clients’ care is assigned to their own personal Client Care Manager who will work together with clients and families on schedules and changes to the care plan. The Care Manager will take care of the day-to-day details and make sure that things don’t fall through the cracks. We also provide a variety of ways to stay in touch based on your personal preference. Some families like emails and texts, others like a quick phone call. We also offer a family room portal that gives you a high tech way to stay in touch. Whatever your choice, you will have personal attention given to provide the best care possible!
"I have been a caregiver for over ten years and take pride in taking care of others, especially the elderly. I have always had a special connection with my own grandmother. I liked to comb her hair while we talked for long periods. That is where I learned the true value of listening and the passion and desire to care for people. The people I care for are not just my patients, they are my family and I love them.” -Latanya, Cherished Companion since 2009
We know that your loved one’s heart is at home. Remaining independent may have become a little challenging, and that’s where home care can help. In this guide, we are going to share with you the complete ins and outs of home care.
We understand you may have questions about how to pay for home care services. This helpful guide covers the various financial options you have that can include long-term care insurance, reverse mortgages, home care loans, Medicaid and Medicare programs.
Caregiving is a rewarding profession that provides assistance and support to aging adults, disabled persons or those in recovery who are in need of physical, practical, emotional and sometimes medical assistance. This guide can help you discover if caregiving is right for you.