Our companionship care ensures a loving caregiver is around to look after your loved one’s
well-being when you can’t be there.
THREE AREAS OF CARE
We understand that anyone who needs disability assistance wishes to live a life no different than anyone else. Living with a mental or developmental disability can be manageable at home. Whether you are living with or assisting a loved one with an acute or chronic condition, there are several support options available for disability care.
Disability assistance can come in the form of in-home care services to maintain a balanced and safe lifestyle. The professional caregivers that we refer blend in with your family while providing non-medical companion, personal care, and housekeeping support to adults with disabilities. This type of home care can enable a broader range of activities, offering independence for disabled adult children, those with temporary disabilities, or disabled American veterans.
Offering services to new moms, finding proper balance when a new edition has been added to the family is a life changing experience. We offer a wide variety of services from a few hours to 24 hours of care and support. Meeting the constant needs of a newborn involves time and often takes parents away from other responsibilities in the home. New parent services are provided in the home and can assist new parents so they can get the rest they need without compromising the care of their child.
Our companionship care ensures a loving caregiver is around to look after your loved ones’ well-being when you can’t be there. As a non-medical alternative, we offer home care services to assist older adults with personal care. Home companion care assists with a wide range of services.
As your loved ones age, simple daily household chores become more difficult. Companion care assures food stays fresh, obstacles that can cause falls are illuminated, and clean clothes are always available. Sitting services are also offered for those in nursing homes, rehab facilities, hospice, hospitals, as well as in-home services. Certified nursing assistants, CNA's, main role is to provide basic care to patients as well as assist them in daily activities they may have trouble with on their own such as bathing and dressing.