“Home Care” is a broad name for any professional support that a loved one may need when they are living at home. There are a wide range of Home Care services, and they range from part-time to live-in care.
Personal Care: This is the minimum form of health care and is provided by a home health aide. The aide provides companionship, helps with meal prep and housekeeping like cleaning and laundry, and reminds your loved one about their medication and appointments.
Visiting Nurse Services: This service is specifically for those recovering from an injury or illness. The services include physical and occupational therapy, speech language pathology, or other illness-specific recovery care.
Private Duty Nursing Care: This level of care requires the most support. The services are provided by skilled nurses, who care for loved ones suffering from ALS, MS, CSI, or other illnesses. They are able to help with ventilators, monitoring, or other forms of care.
- Help with daily activities (dressing, bathing)
- Assistance with tasks around the home (meal preparations, cleaning the home, shopping)
- Short or long-term nursing care
- Help for those recovering from an injury
- Care for loved ones suffering from ALS, MS, CSI, or other illnesses.
Everything we do is driven by our universal mission - to enhance the lives of aging adults and their families.
Our Local Advisors
Our advisors will help determine the needs of your loved one, provide a reasonable budget, and secure your desired location.
Once we've collected necessary information, we will recommend communities that best fit your family's needs and budget.
Our advisors will happily accompany you on tours to ensure all your questions and concerns are addressed.
After a community is chosen, we continue to follow up in order to make sure all is going well in your loved one's new home.
Your request will be answered as soon as we can.