Each patient has their own distinctive needs; therefore, the level and type of care for each patient might be different, and personalized. During an in-home care evaluation, a senior’s ability to perform major ADLs will be assessed. This assessment will identify what ADLs the senior is struggling with and the degree of support they will need.
“Personal care” refers specifically to support and/or supervision with ADLs. Our licensed in-home care professionals provide personal care support with ADLs—each of which play a vital role in maintaining a healthy and fulfilling lifestyle for seniors in need.
Our homemaker care service is designed mainly to offer house chore support and companionship to our patients who are mostly healthy and prefer to continue independent at home. However, it can also include a range of non-medical services that help make a senior's life more manageable.
The role of our companion care staffs changes based on our patients’ needs. Companion care spans both the social and physical care of a senior or couple.
The goal of our companion care service is to:
One of the things that can negatively impact how you feel about yourself is when you are unhappy with your appearance. An in-home care professional can help seniors with all manner of personal grooming related tasks.
Bathing & Hygiene
Maintaining a good level of personal hygiene is important for the health and well being of seniors. Bathing assistance cover from sponge baths for less mobile patients, to shower or bathtub supervision to ensure their safety.
Patients with mobility problems, requires assistance to help them to safely get in/out of bed and around their living space. Safety is the highest priority as aging seniors since limited mobility elevate the risk of injury should a fall or other accident occur.
Meals preparation and feeding the patients who are unable to feed themselves.
Attending to daily toileting needs or providing continence care is critical. Toileting needs may range from supervision to helping seniors during the entire toileting process.
Patients with limited mobility encounter significant difficulties and safety hazards when dressing and undressing.