Senior Home Care
Declining health conditions and age-related illness are more common as Boomers get older, and so is requiring some form of
long-term care. The upside is that professional private-duty caregivers who specialize in helping seniors maintain
independence in the comfort of their own home.
Alzheimer's Home Care
The challenges of living with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia may require professionals who specialize caring for
patients with this disease. Having the attention of a private caregiver decreases the frustrations and difficulties of
memory loss and mood swings, benefitting the well-being of the patient and their loved ones.
Accident or Surgery Recovery
Post-surgery or trauma-recovery patients are commonly discharged from hospitals or surgical centers, then told to seek assisted
home care from a private duty nurse. A professional caregiver can facilitate a more efficient and successful recovery.
Hospice Care Assistance
When a serious illness or cancer means your loved one is facing a difficult and dignified end-of-life care decision,
the compassionate care of a trained professional is appropriate. The delicate nature of hospice care provides a
special way of caring for family members and loved ones.
Stroke Recovery Care
Life after a stroke is a huge adjustment for the patient and their loved ones. Suddenly, everyday tasks are daunting.
To help cope with stroke recovery and assist with daily activities, a Certified Nursing Assistant can play a critical
role in getting stroke patients 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.