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We simplify the process of finding affordable, quality non-medical caregiver agencies anywhere and provide reliable information about in-home care services and helpful resources for elderly seniors wanting to live at home but needing assistance to do so safely.

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Who Are We?

All of our in-home care agencies are dedicated to providing you the best care possible. Part of delivering you the best care around means having the best staff. We believe that it is a privilege to provide care for people in the comfort of their homes and want to honor your privacy and help you feel safe and dignified in your own home. Your safety and privacy is one the main priorities of our agencies.

One way to ensure you are receiving top-notch home care is if the agencies provide thorough background checks and screening assessments on all their employees. We are dedicated to helping you find the right agency.

In-Home Care Financial Needs and Assistance

We understand that transitioning to home care can be a stressful and difficult time for all involved. Finances and how you will afford to pay for home care and in-home services should be one of the last things you have to worry about during this uncertain time. We provide resources to help you first identify what level of companion care is required depending on your needs.

More about the financial effects of In-Home Care

When first transitioning to home care, daily assistance may not be necessary, or it may be as little as a few hours a day. This may not be a huge financial burden on the family.  However, as the need for elderly care increases and long term care may be required 24/7 or nursing interventions, it could cause a huge need for financial assistance. This is especially true if family members take off more time from work to help with home care service or medical needs. 

One of the first steps you should take as you seek assistance in determining if you qualify for a medical assistance program through the state or government, such as Medicare. We can provide additional information to assist you in deciding further eligibility for additional programs and assistance. For example, some programs’ eligibility is based solely upon financial status, while others are based upon medical necessity. We can help you discover which health care programs will benefit you if you have a chronic condition like COPD or dementia, or need to take daily life-altering medications for diabetes. Whatever your situation, we are here to help you figure out how to pay for the medical care you deserve.

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If you or a loved one is aging, you might need a home care assistant.

However, finding the perfect primary caregiver is much easier said than done. “Should I personally hire a home caregiver? Or, should I work with a home care agency and take advantage of their services?”

Here’s what you need to know about essential home care for the elderly:

When Do You Need Essential Home Care?

There are many reasons why home care may be needed, but these are some of the most common reasons you would need responsive home health care:

Dementia Often Requires Home Care, According To The Alzheimer’s Association

If you or a loved one has dementia, assistance is likely to be necessary when performing day to day tasks, according to the Alzheimer’s Association.

Here’s how home care is essential for people who suffer from health conditions:

  • Individuals who have dementia wander a lot, and it is usual for people with dementia to get lost. However, a home care assistant can prevent this from happening.
  • Dementia can cause highly unusual behavior, and a home care aide could prevent you from engaging in abnormal behaviors that have the potential to be harmful.
  • In some cases, dementia causes individuals to forget about health problems that they have. A home care aide can ensure that you keep up with medical appointments, procedures, and medications.

In-Home Care for Living Assistance

Several Health Issues Require Home Care

If you or a loved one are dealing with health problems, there are a variety of reasons why you may need a home care assistant.

More about In-Home-Care for Living Assistance

Here are some examples of reasons why physical health problems may warrant a home care assistant:

  • In some cases, physical health issues could result in a medical emergency. It could be difficult for someone who is home alone to get medical attention quickly enough. Quality home health care can ensure that you get medical attention as soon as possible, which could save your life.
  • Some physical health issues can cause severe emotional distress. This can mean that you’re more likely to need the home care provider to ensure that you remain in a good state of mind.

Mobility Issues May Mean That Living Assistance Services Are Needed

There are a variety of mobility issues that can affect elderly adults, and these conditions can have a severe effect on one’s quality of life.

Here’s how all for you home care can assist you if you’re having problems with mobility:

  • Mobility issues can cause people to start using wheelchairs, and you can’t get around as easily. Luckily, a nurse aide can help you navigate as easily as possible despite these mobility issues.
  • If you are suffering from mobility issues, you may be unable to engage in necessary tasks for self-care. Luckily, a registered nurse can assist you with these tasks.
  • Mobility issues can cause you to become isolated since it is difficult to get around. Having a home care aide will make sure that you always have company.

In-Home Care Services

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Meal Prep / Groceries

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Light Housekeeping

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Medication Reminders

Exercise/Diet Monitoring

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Personal Hygiene