Non Medical Home Care

        Personal Care

  • Help with hygiene- brushing teeth, bathing, dressing
  • Help transferring and physically moving
  • Help with toileting and incontinence.

        Home Support

  • Help with errands like grocery shopping, trips to the post office, bank and pharmacy
  • Help planning and making meals and snacks
  • Help filling pill boxes and reminders to take your medicine
  • Help with light housekeeping like vacuuming, laundry, changing bed sheets.

        Companion Services

  • Leisure activities like walk in the park, social clubs
  • Talking and reminiscing
  • Entertainment
  • Escort to appointments
  • Reading
  • Reminders/preparation for events.

        Respite Care

  • Respite care is a short-term break for a person’s caregiver
  • With our respite service, we will continue to support a person with day-to-day assistance in their home when their regular caregiver is not available.

Skilled Care

Skilled Care may be right for you if recently experienced:

  • A fall within the past 14 days
  • Changes in medications as a result of chronic condition
  • A hospitalization or worsening of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
  • A hospitalization or worsening of Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)
  • Changes to blood pressure medication
  • New wound or incision
  • A surgical procedure requiring follow up care
  • Pneumonia or bronchitis within 14 days
  • Recent heart problem
  • Diabetes
  • Parkinson’s
  • Cancer
  • A feeding tube or Foley Catheter
  • Unmanageable plain.

Facility Staffing

  • We assist facilities in supplementing their workforce
  • Our medical professionals are highly-skilled, trained and qualified
  • Our staff are thoroughly screened, experienced and courteous.

Worker’s Compensation Catastrophic Home Care and Case Management

  • Our Catastrophic Case Management and home care service are offered for severe injuries like traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, car accident injuries and others
  • We participate in assessment, consultations, discharge planning
  • We are responsible for barrier resolution, goal planning and documentation for the insurer
  • Our team members are the patient’s liaisons to ensure all areas are addressed so no gaps in a patient’s plan of care exist.

Risk Assessment

  • Risk assessment means identifying and taking reasonable measures to lessen risks to a person’s health and well-being
  • An area that is reviewed in risk assessment is a home evaluation for dangerous conditions like potential for falling out of bed or trip on a broken stair
  • Assessment can also be done on a person’s support system, nutrition or medication needs and more.

Patient Advocacy

  • Patient advocacy is an activity of supporting, guiding and speaking up for patients, their families and caregivers
  • Advocacy activities include: patient rights, matters of privacy, confidentiality or informed consent, patient representation, awareness building, support and education of patients, their families and care-givers.