Senior Home Care
Aging, like it or not, means health conditions and certain illnesses become more common and call for some type of long-term care.
That’s why considering a professional private-duty caregiver can help your aging loved one maintain an independent and comfortable
lifestyle at home.
Alzheimer's Home Care
Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia are challenging for the patient and family. These conditions can result in frustrating
memory loss and sudden mood changes and require specialized professionals in Alzheimer’s care. Having the care of a private
caregiver is one way to alleviate some of the stress affiliated with neurodegenerative disease.
Accident or Surgery Recovery
It’s common that a recently discharged hospital patient leaves with recommendations for obtaining a private duty nurse
to assist with home care. Such professional caregiving can facilitate a more successful and complete recovery.
Hospice Care Assistance
Hospice care provides a special way of caring for loved ones facing the final realities of their chronic illness.
Compassionate care professionals provide delicate care ensuring as much comfort as possible during this sensitive time.
Stroke Recovery Care
Post-stroke life adjustments are when everyday tasks become so much more demanding. Consider the critical role a
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) can play in assisting 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.