We Are Here to Help

Our goal is to help you or your loved one stay at home and maintain as much independence as possible.

Whether you need a home health aide to help out just a few hours a day, a few days a week, or need more extensive 24/7 caregiver support, we have right care solution for you.

All of our caregivers are extensively trained, thoroughly screened, empathetic, professional, dependable and carefully matched to your needs.

They can assist with bathing, dressing, and other non-medical in-home care. They are also able to help with medication management, meal preparations and grocery shopping, and light housekeeping tasks like laundry and basic house cleaning.

Whatever your needs are, CARE Homecare can provide you with the appropriate elder care service so you or your loved one can maintain an independent life in the comfort of your home.

Professional In-Home Care Supervision

We help with daily routines and other tasks, non-medical observation services and consistent care to enhance our clients’ comfort level. The following is a general list of non-medical Caregiver services we can provide your loved one with their ADL’s (Activities of Daily Living).

  • 24/7 Care Management Team
  • Initial Care Assessment and Personal Care Plan
  • Minimal Staff Turnover Continuity
  • Complimentary “as needed” visits by our Care Management Team
  • Geriatric Care Manager On Staff
  • Licensed Nurse On Staff
  • Pharmacy Support
  • Visiting Physician (through insurance)

We help with daily routines and other tasks, non-medical observation services and consistent care to enhance our clients’ comfort level. The following is a general list of non-medical Caregiver services we can provide your loved one with their ADL’s (Activities of Daily Living).

Basic Activities of Daily Living

  • Bathing, Grooming & Oral Hygiene: includes grooming activities such as shaving, brushing teeth and hair
  • Dressing: choosing appropriate garments and being able to dress and undress
  • Feeding Assistance
  • Transfers and Ambulation
  • Toileting & Incontinence Care – assistance to and from the bathroom, changing of protective undergarment, catheter care

Instrumental Activities of Daily Living

  • Using the telephone or computer to communicate
  • Managing medications: assistance and monitoring the taking of appropriate medications and correct dosages on time
  • Preparing meals: making appropriate food choices and preparing meals safely
  • Maintaining the home: cleaning up after meals, cleaning the bathroom after a shower, doing light housekeeping and laundry, ironing, watering plants
  • Managing appointments, assisting with personal correspondence
  • Shopping: shopping for groceries and other home necessities
  • Transportation

Medication Monitoring and Reminders
Our caregivers can assist your loved one with making sure that they are taking their medicine correctly. They can also remind your loved one when it is time to take their medicine. So many medications have restrictions on when you can take them and remembering all of that information can be daunting. We are here to help.

Nutrition Monitoring and Management
Making sure that your loved one consumes nutritious meals that are prepared with an awareness of their dietary restrictions as well as their personal preferences is a priority for us. If your loved one is diabetic, has certain allergies or any other health restrictions, our caregivers can prepare meals designed with their specific dietary needs in mind.

Alzheimer & Dementia Care professionals
As experts in Alzheimer’s and dementia care, you can trust us to make your loved one’s life, and yours, much easier and more enjoyable. If your loved one is suffering from Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, it can also take a tremendous toll on your own physical and emotional well-being. With assistance from a supportive team, you don’t have to go it alone.

Companionship
Companionship provides a valuable social benefit by decreasing isolation and helping to reduce depression from being alone. A companion provides invaluable peace of mind to you and your loved one by offering a companion to accompany them along to many of the things in life they once were able to do independently.

Transportation Assistance
Our Caregivers are available to help your loved one take back some of their independence by providing safe and reliable transportation to wherever they wish to go. They can once again go shopping, to the salon, to a park, to visit friends to church or even community centers to participate in group activities. Often times, our Caregivers are able to connect seniors with others within the community and help them participate in community programs, classes, workshops and events where they can interact with others with whom they can relate.

Social Engagement

We believe that social interaction and stimulation keep the mind and heart happy. Active mental and social engagement is so important in keeping loneliness and depression at bay and making life more meaningful. That’s why our Caregivers are so attentive to the activities your loved one need to keep their minds sharp, have fun, and stay connected with friends, family, and community.

Activities at Home
Our Caregivers will engage your loved one in daily conversation, art, music, reading, gardening, cooking, brain-stimulating activities and regular physical activity to help diminish the debilitating effects of dementia and depression. Games involving concentration and focus stimulate the brain cells to increase neural connections. Our Caregivers can build a stronger relationship while working on these meaningful projects together, which will in turn improve their quality of life.

Exercise & Strengthening
We want to help your loved one maintain their strength, endurance and balance so that they can stay in the comfort of their own home for as long as possible. Our Caregivers can help your loved one enjoy the benefits of increased balance, good circulation, walking ability, general mobility, strength and stamina through regular range of motion, stretching and balance exercises. By simply encouraging regular physical activity, our Caregivers can improve your loved one’s confidence, mood, sleep habits and independence.

Light Housekeeping
When your aging or disabled loved one lives in a clean and organized home, they enjoy greater feelings of wellbeing—and even good health. Keeping refrigerators and cupboards free of expired or spoiled foods can avert food-borne illnesses. To avoid fire hazards, stoves, toasters, ovens and other appliances must be regularly cleaned to avoid a build-up of grease, oils or crumbs. We make it possible for your aging parent or disabled family member to enjoy the peace of mind that comes with a clean and uncluttered home.

Pet Care Assistance
As people age it may become physically difficult to care for beloved pets. Walking a dog or cleaning a cat’s litter box is necessary for the pet’s health and to sustain the home properly. We can provide a Caregiver to assist with pet maintenance so your loved one can keep the animal they cherish.