Whether the situation is temporary or long-term, people with limited ability to care for themselves often need assistance performing everyday tasks. In the medical field, these are known as activities of daily living, or ADLs.
Today, families are often scattered and the demands of modern life make it more challenging than ever to properly care for a loved one at home. Even families who manage it occasionally need respite care—someone to take over for them if they become ill themselves, travel or just need a rest. People in assisted living and nursing homes often need supplemental care. Even the most reputable facilities cannot provide continuous one-to-one assistance for their residents. For bedridden patients or mobile patients with dementia, this presents particular concern.
We understand the sensitive nature of hiring a caregiver. Clients and families sometimes grapple with issues of dignity, privacy and pride, and worry about the caliber of the people providing care. We take these concerns very seriously.
Unlike many other organizations, we employ more than 100 of our own carefully screened and trained caregivers—certified nursing assistants and home health aides—who are supervised by registered nurses. We stand by their compassion, skill and performance. We urge you to read stories from our clients about the quality of the care our staff provides.
Assistance with activities of daily living
Help with bathing, dressing, grooming, getting in and out of bed, using the bathroom, eating and other normal everyday functions—at home or as a supplement to institutional or residential care.
Help with meal preparation and light housekeeping.
Availability to suit all situations
Certified nursing assistants and home health aides are available for short- or long-term assignments on an hourly, overnight or live-in basis.