Senior Home Care
When health and mobility decline as part of the aging process, it may not be prudent for your aging loved
one to stay home alone. To respect, protect and safely preserve their independence, consider our professional
private-duty caregivers as helpers.
Alzheimer's Home Care
Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia result in memory loss and increased anxiety and depression for the patient.
Meanwhile, the family caregiver takes on piles of stress. To improve this situation, lean on a professional
caregiver who’s trained in Alzheimer’s care, thus boosting the quality of life for the patient and family.
Accident or Surgery Recovery
Being discharged from the hospital after surgery means you should seriously consider any doctor’s
recommendations for assisted home care from a private duty nurse. If you have impaired mobility
or a wound to care for, you will be glad to have a professionally supervised, safer and more efficient recovery.
Hospice Care Assistance
A critically or terminally ill family member may end up deciding that it’s time for hospice care.
A specially trained and skilled caretaker can provide your loved one with the compassionate,
professional care they deserve and the maximum amount of comfort.
Stroke Recovery Care
During the weeks and months that follow a stroke, the road to recovery has twists and turns.
That’s why a professional at-home caregiver, such as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
should be considered to assist with daily activities and getting a stroke patient through a safe recovery.
24-Hour Home Care
Caring for a loved one can be challenging for families, but this challenge doesn't have to be faced alone,
If your loved ones care escalates at night, it may be time to call for overnight home care or 24-hour
round the clock care.