Whether your elderly loved one needs dementia or Parkinson’s care, help after a stroke, or hospitalization, support with the activities of daily living, or meaningful companionship to brighten their days, our compassionate caregivers are trained, qualified, and ready to help with 24/7 support for even the most complex care needs.
If you are managing care from a distance or loving a spouse or partner with changing health needs or chronic illness we have the skill, advanced training, and professionalism to help your loved one stay safe and comfortable while providing you peace-of-mind and the time you need to take care of other family business, and even do a few of the things you love so that you stay healthy and strong enough to help the one you love.
We come to you so that your loved one can remain at home or in the place they feel most comfortable whether that’s an apartment, residence, assisted living community, or retirement home, our caregivers will be there to help.
Once there, we care for your loved one and can also help by preparing nutritious meals, handling light housekeeping, helping to schedule and transport the older adult to appointments and support a range of care needs including incontinence care and personal hygiene.
Our caregivers receive extensive dementia-care training to help your loved one no matter what stage of disease they are living with. With our comprehensive, whole-person care approach we are dedicated to keeping your loved one calm, safe, and comfortable by meeting their physical and emotional needs and finding meaningful ways to connect and engage with every older adult we serve. We want to enhance their quality of life and help them live as independently as possible.
If your loved one is living with the tremors and rigidity, balance changes, cognitive and mobility issues, or other challenges as a result of Parkinson’s disease, our qualified caregivers can help. We provide assistance with safe mobility and transfers, medication and therapy reminders, support with activities of daily living, and nutritious meals in accordance to your loved one’s dietary requirements and restrictions, and other personal care for people living with Parkinson’s.
Adjusting to the balance, mobility, and emotional changes often brought on by a stroke is daunting for any family. We can ease some of the stress, help keep your loved one safe, and support their recovery and independence by assisting with safe transfers, encouraging occupational and physical therapy exercises, helping with the activities of daily living, hygiene and incontinence care and other personal needs, providing meaningful companionship and engagement and providing transportation to medical appointments and social outings and activity so that your loved one can begin their recovery journey at home.
Our caregivers routinely help seniors who are recovering at home after a stay in the hospital or rehabilitation facility. We can prepare nutritious meals, transport the older adult to follow-up medical appointments, provide medication and therapy reminders and meet other needs so your loved one can rest and focus on healing and getting stronger. Our qualified caregivers are also trained to be on the lookout for any complications, such as infection around surgical wounds or signs of any drug interactions, to help prevent serious complications before they arise. Professional caregivers help older adults avoid the hospital readmissions that are common for so many seniors.
Our trained caregivers work in concert with hospice providers and families to ensure that your loved ones’ unique care needs, routines, and preferences are met and the older adult remains comfortable. Our caregivers will keep you updated as to any changes and will continue to provide consistent physical and emotional care support to the older adult even as their needs change.
Our caregivers are available for around-the-clock-care to support older adults and their families with non-medical care needs, various household tasks, and transportation needs. Call us to help with overnight care so you get the sleep you need and the comfort that comes from knowing your loved one will be safe and supported even if they are restless sleepers, agitated nighttime wanderers, need frequent help turning in bed, or assistance in the bathroom or with hygiene care — day or night.