Non-Medical In-Home Care Services

Non-medical home care allows adults to age in place as they get older for as long as they remain in reasonably good health and they’re safe.

Seniors believe it’s a better option, for the most part, over relocating to a long-term care facility. If one needs some help and resides safely at home, non-medical home care services is the perfect alternative that gives short or long-term assistance in living a comfortable and independent life.

In-home Care offers affordable, personalized services to the elderly, disabled, or recuperating family member with the special care and the companionship they require, tailored to the non-medical needs.

Assistance with Personal Care

  • Are you seeing your loved one need help at home?
  • Is the family considering moving a loved one to a nursing home or an assisted living facility?
  • Are you worried about your loved one’s safety?
  • Are you starting to wear out because caring for an aging relative demands effort and time, and it’s affecting your immediate family, your work, or your health?

In-Home Care services help families by supporting aging seniors, the sick and frail to remain living in their own homes as long as possible. This option allows for as much independence as possible, by providing appropriate assistance and companionship.

In-Home Care, delivered in a loved one’s home, is available a few hours at a time or 24 hours a day for Alzheimer’s or dementia care, companionship services, personal care needs, specialized hospice or respite care. Our Professionals are available on call to assist with all required needs.

Personal Care
• Eating
• Grooming
• Dressing
• Bathing
• Incontinence
• Cognitive impairment
• Mobility
• Medication reminders
• Plan, prepare, and serve meals and shop for food
• Light housekeeping, such as dusting, sweeping, and making beds
• Washing and ironing clothes
Companion Care
• Social and business services for elderly, disabled, recovering from illness
• Read, talk to them, and play cards or other games
• Social events, such as dinners and parties
• Plan trips and outings as well as travel with the patient and their family
• Handle business affairs, which include writing letters, paying bills, and going to the bank
• Oversee exercise program as prescribed by a health professional
• Live-in services as required
Alzheimer's Care
• Care that focuses on simple choices and redirecting, helping the person remain calm and safe
• Build self-esteem, enhance physical strength and reduce behaviors that need to be managed.
• Use techniques and activities that engage the person’s mind and body
• Develop open communication for the family members
Respite Care
• Relax and enjoy time away
• Vacation time
• Self-care for family
• Out-of-town travel for personal or business event
• Demanding work project
• Time to get ready for the holidays or special event
Recovery Care
• Personal care services after surgery
• Extra help after illness or accident
• Transportation to medical appointments
• Help around the house with meals and shopping
• Help with a pet
• Medication reminders
Hospice Care
• Nursing care
• Social services
• Spiritual support
• Counseling
• Homemaker help
• Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy
• Respite care