- American Cancer Societywww.cancer.org
- Administration for Children and Familieswww.acf.hhs.gov
- Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)www.cms.gov
- American Heart Associationwww.americanheart.org
- U.S. Department of Health & Human Serviceswww.hhs.gov
- Developmental Disabilities Resource Centerwww.ddrcco.com
Factors to Consider if Home Care is Right for You
No one is in the same situation that is why we remain flexible when providing our clients with care services. To start, a minimum of 4 hours to a full-day assignment can already include Private Duty Nursing, Skilled Nursing, Light Housekeeping, Companionship, Safety and Security, and Temporary Respite Care.
Here are some guidelines to help you decide if Home Care is right for you:
Personal Care is provided by a Nurse Aide/HHA who is dedicated to one client at a time. This is ideal for clients with Alzheimer’s Disease, Dementia, Cancer, Chronic Illnesses, Arthritis, Diabetes, Autism and Cerebral Palsy.
Homemaking or Housekeeping Support
Only requires a few hours to keep up with house chores and maintain a safe and clean environment.
This service is suitable for primary family caregivers who are juggling work and family life along with caring for a sick or elderly loved one. Respite care enables primary caregivers to take a rest in order to avoid burn out.
For many people, it can be hard to adjust to home living after hospitalization. Continuing recovery or rehabilitation at home is very common these days. Rehabilitation Support provides a huge difference to ensure the continuity of care for yourself or a loved one.
If you or your loved one prefers to stay at home instead of admission into a nursing home, Live-In Care may be the right option for you. Live-In Care provides for round-the-clock care by a professional caregiver.