A Helping Hand from Caring Professionals
Recovering from an illness is more than just taking medication. Sometimes a helping hand with home care such as keeping your environment healthy is all it takes. Or, you may need someone to prepare meals and do the daily chores or a companion to help make “living alone” make you more independent. No matter your needs, we have employees who respond quickly to our client’s needs, and concerns.
We’re Here When You Need Us
Whenever you or a loved one needs nursing help, we are here. Clients have access to a company staff seven days a week, 24 hours a day. As part of our service, we work with other Health professionals responsible for your care. You’ll be reassured to know that all our employees are carefully screened, bonded, and insured.
Our Homemaking service will help keep your environment healthy
Our homemakers keep your environment healthy, prepare meals and run errands for you.
Homemaker services are general household activities provided in the home to assist and/or instruct an individual in a household when the person is unable to manage the home for him/herself or when the individual primarily responsible is absent or unable to perform such activities. Hands-on personal care such as bathing, dressing, toileting or assisting with ambulation is not permitted (clients who need these services can use our Personal Care Assistant/Attendant (PCA) services).
Homemaker service includes but is not limited to changing linens, correspondence, dishwashing, light housekeeping, laundry, meal planning and preparation, shopping, communication of health or other problems and money management by bonded personnel.
Our Companion service will help keep your loved ones safe
Our Companion/Sitter service will keep your loved ones safe when you are not around. They make your loved ones more independent.
Companion Service is a home-based supervision and monitoring of client activities, which assist and/or instruct an individual in maintaining a safe environment for him/herself or when the person primarily responsible for monitoring and supervising is absent or unable to perform such activities.
Companion/Sitter service includes but is not limited to escorting a client to recreational activities or to necessary medical, dental, business appointments, reading to a client, reminding a client to take self-administered medications, calls and written communications, supervising or monitoring a client during the self-performance of activities of daily living such as meal preparation and consumption, dressing, personal hygiene, laundry and simple household chores, and reporting changes in a client’s needs or condition.