Honor loved ones by keeping them at home.
It’s important to find in-home care services you can rely on.
Our kind, professional caregivers will provide your relative with personal attention and care as if he or she was our own family.
We have over 25 years of industry experience and will care for your loved one safely in his or her home, with services such as:
Staying socially active is important, especially as your loved one ages. This may be more difficult for him or her than it used to be, but our team can provide the friendship your relative needs while he or she gets to safely stay at home.
All your loved one may need is a friend who will listen to, laugh with, and encourage him or her. Our caregivers will help you provide companionship and social interaction, helping to increase your relative's quality of life.
Errands & Transportation
Adding in a loved one's errands can become a bit challenging at times—especially when he or she has three doctor's appointments, needs a hair cut, and wants to get groceries all in one week. It takes a lot of time and dedication to get your relative where he or she needs to go.
This is just one reason why we provide transportation services. We want your loved one to feel free to go about his or her daily activities, social outings, appointments, and more without having to ask someone else for assistance.
Financial Planning & Medicaid Advising
Long-term care planning may seem overwhelming at times, especially when you’re trying to figure out future care needs. Some companies in our industry have taken advantage of seniors and their money, which is just unacceptable. Our experts can walk you through the complicated process and help you understand your options.
Our financial planner has over 20 years of experience in bulletproof planning for your loved ones’ finances, long-term care, and legal documents.
Light Housekeeping & Laundry
When normal activities such as light housekeeping and laundry become difficult, we can help. As our parents and older friends age, visual and physical impairments make it hard for them to successfully complete these duties. Sometimes, they simply cannot see how dirty or unkept their home has become.
When these chores become too much to tackle by themselves, we can help them maintain their independence by assisting with tasks such as vacuuming, dusting, moping, washing dishes, and doing laundry.
Sometimes meal preparation becomes difficult when your relative only prepares meals for one, or it becomes dangerous for him or her to use the stove or oven. When this happens, seniors tend to not get proper nutrition, which can lead to other health issues. We've also found that those with memory loss often have difficulties with remembering when to eat and if they've eaten at all.
We can help your loved one travel to and from the grocery store and prepare healthy meals while allowing him or her to feel like part of the process.
It’s important for your relative or aging friend to take medicine as prescribed, but this may be difficult if he or she suffers from memory loss or has a vision impairment. Seniors may also struggle to open prescription containers or administer the medication themselves.
In-home medication management can help your loved one overcome these issues. Our caregivers can come to the home and remind (or even assist) him or her when it’s time to take medicine.
When it comes to bathing or dressing your loved one, personal care can become a challenge for each of you— especially because the roles have been reversed. We can help with daily care, which sets a routine for those who want to remain independent at home.
We’ll prioritize your senior's safety and quality of life in every way we assist him or her, even if it’s with a task as simple as writing notes or sorting the mail.