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Helping at Home

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We know that basic tasks and certain activities become more difficult as we age. Companionship includes a number of ways to make daily living easier and safer, allowing your loved one to maintain their routines without risking their loss of independence.
Caregivers can accompany clients as a partner for their favorite hobbies and activities, provide transportation to appointments and social outings, and engage in friendly conversation, avoiding risk of senior isolation. They may also assist with performing errands such as grocery shopping, medication pickup, and activities such as medication reminders, and meal preparation.


Personal care is the most common type of in-home care; providing assistance to clients with chronic health conditions or physical disabilities. This type of care includes a combination of tasks and activities, which are designed to ensure your loved one's safety, comfort, and well-being.
Each personalized care plan includes customized Activities of Daily Living, including things like dressing, personal grooming, bathing, and toileting. Each caregiver has specialized skills to assist with mobility and transfer assistance, in addition to these tasks. Personal Caregivers may also assist with small household tasks such as light housekeeping, medication reminders, meal preparation, transportation to doctor's appointments, and other activities.

Holding Hands


Being a family caregiver can cause mental and physical exhaustion. Respite care allows us to provide you with short-term relief as a support to family caregivers. If you provide care to a spouse, parent, or grandparent and you need outside assistance, our caregivers are ready to lend a helping hand.

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