Home Health Aide Services

Hands-On Assistance in the Comfort of Home

Our home health aide and skilled nursing services allow your loved ones the freedom and independence to live life on their own terms with pride. We provide the help they need to stay comfortably in their own home with flexible, customized plans to fit their exact health care needs. The latest technology is utilized, giving you greater peace of mind knowing your loved one is well cared for. Our system gives us the ability to streamline services and manage care in real time, including knowing when caregivers arrive, what activities they do, and their comments about that day’s care. In short, we make life easier.

Hands-On Personal Health Care

Our certified home health aides can do everything a companion caregiver can plus assist with personal care. Home health aide services include:

  • Bathing and dressing
  • Medication reminders
  • Meal preparation and assistance with eating
  • Transferring from bed to chair or in and out of a wheel chair

Our skilled nursing service option provides quality health care to clients in the comfort of their own home. Our nurses provide support with sensitivity and compassion. By utilizing a holistic approach we educate our clients and their families, and help them understand the management of health issues.

With All the Benefits of Companion Care

Companionship & Conversation:
The heart of companion care is time spent together. We offer a listening ear and a social outlet for your loved one. Companionship can include such activities as visiting with neighbors or friends, working the crossword together, and planning a group activity.

It can be tough to fit in all the appointments and engagements that your loved ones have on their calendars. That’s where we can help. Destinations include but are not limited to doctor’s appointments, beauty salon or barbershop, restaurants, coffee shops, religious services, events, and social outings.

Shopping & Errands:
Convenience is key, and that’s why we’re willing and able to run errands or do a little shopping whenever needed. Errands might include grocery shopping, mailing letters, bills and packages, and handling dry cleaning.

Daily Living Tasks:
We know that it’s the little things that add up to independence. Light housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation, assistance with answering the door or phone, and helping manage correspondence are just a few things we can assist with during our shifts.