Our Live-In Care service aims to offer home care services to every individual in the comfort of their own home. Our professional caregivers are responsible for giving around-the-clock care and supervision to ensure that your needs are immediately met. They will also perform regular monitoring to see if there are changes or improvements in your health.
Our services include, but are not limited to:
Aging, illness, or disability should not be a hindrance to maintain good personal hygiene. However, if your loved ones are already having a hard time taking care of themselves, then you can trust us to help them with their personal hygiene needs. We will see to it that they are clean and organized every single day.
Caregivers’ services/responsibility includes:
It’s not easy to take care of a patient with Dementia. There are things you need to adjust in order to maintain a gentle pace with them. When it comes to Dementia care, you can always trust us. We have highly trained professional caregivers who are experts in providing care services that would help achieve and accomplish their day-to-day activities.
Our agency offers around-the-clock support with the following services:
Anyone can experience depression. Your senior or disabled loved ones are also prone to being depressed if no one can take care of them physically and emotionally. Don’t let this happen to them. We understand how being alone and lonely feels. That is why we are offering companion care services to individuals who need someone to keep them company at home.
Our companionship services include, but are not limited to:
Allow us to reciprocate the goodness you have done for our country by taking care of your personal needs. We offer home care services that are specifically made to meet your unique health and personal care requirements.
Are you over age 65 and a Veteran or Surviving Spouse of a Veteran?
Your fathers, mothers, and friends may be eligible for a unique benefit via the Veterans Administration (VA) called “Aid and Attendance.” The benefit can provide up to $2,100 per month to Veterans and their spouses who need non-medical care/assistance to help them with activities of daily living in their home or chosen place of residence. There are currently over 10 million Veterans and their surviving spouses who are believed could qualify for this benefit and only 5% of them are currently taking advantage of it.
This benefit requires that the Veteran or surviving spouse comply with the following:
As a family caregiver, as much as it is important to take care of your senior or ailing loved one, taking care of yourself should also be your priority. We understand that care-giving is not an easy task. That is why we offer respite care service that would give primary caregivers the chance to unwind and have a break from their workload. While you are on a break, we will provide temporary home care services in your stead.
We offer the following services:
We understand that aging or disabled individuals are already limited to the things they want to do, especially when it comes to their mobility. That is why we are offering mobility assistance to ensure that they will have a convenient way of accomplishing their day-to-day activities. Our caregivers will help every client we serve to maintain an active lifestyle despite their age, abilities, or overall health condition.
Our care aides will: