Companionship care is a special service that we offer. It includes the following activities:
- Accompaniment on errands or to doctor appointments,
- Assistance with grocery shopping,
- Walking to get fresh air and exercise,
- Writing letters,
- Playing games,
- Reading aloud,
- Friendly conversation, etc.
As your loved ones in need gain age, they may lose interest in food. Mealtime without a family is usually lonely. If your parent has a reduced sense of taste or smell, food may seem less appetizing. Medications can take a toll on appetite too. For aging parents with physical or mental impairments, difficulties with grocery shopping and preparing meals may be obstacles to good nutrition. Even when seniors do eat well, they may not fully absorb all their nutrients.
Home Health Care Aid
Home Health Care Aid is a service that makes a positive impact on the lives of the sick, disabled, and elderly. It assists patients with completing everyday personal tasks such as dressing, bathing and a variety of hygiene needs. It includes assistance in everyday duties such as shopping, transportation, and medical appointments
Respite care is focused primarily on the family. Taking care of your loved ones sometimes can be both physically and emotionally exhausting. Respite Care provides non-medical care during the absence of the family caregiver. Thanks to our caregivers, you will get free time to relax and regain energy and positive thinking
Personal Care is one of the main services in the Home Health Care industry. It includes assistance with everyday activities to help the ones in need and make the elderly life peaceful. Personal care services are related to assistance with dressing, hygiene and incontinence services
Pet visits are an important part of healthcare, along with human intervention and medicine. They aren’t only improving patients’ memory, but also patients tend to be more active while with pets. Pet visits have several important benefits:
- Comfort care
- Improving one’s memory
- Encouraging activity
- Providing unconditional love
Dementia care offers memory care services, medication management, and attention. Often in later stages of dementia, it’s too difficult for a family to take care of their loved ones as they need more specialized, expert care from trained professionals.
Hospital and Appointment Accompaniment
Implementing a Clinical Care Plan