Senior Home Care: How much does your loved one need?

Navigating senior care options can be overwhelming. One of the most common questions families ask is: “How much care does my loved one actually need?” Senior care needs are as unique as the individuals themselves, so we provide different levels of in-home care tailored to fit your loved one’s requirements. Consider your loved one’s current abilities and any challenges they face with daily living tasks. Here’s a breakdown of our senior care services to help you determine the right level of support.

Personal Care

Intermittent support: Perhaps your loved one primarily needs assistance with a few daily tasks like preparing meals, bathing, and light housekeeping. Designed to empower independence, short-visit care, typically a 3–5 hour visit from a caregiver several times a week, can provide a helping hand while allowing seniors to continue a familiar routine in their own home.

Daily support: When daily routines become more challenging, full-time care offers 8 hours a day, 5-7 days a week support, helping with all the activities of daily living, including personal hygiene, dressing, help moving around the house, exercise, and meals. This level of daytime care is ideal for individuals who need more constant, hands-on help.

24-Hour Care

Help around-the-clock: This comprehensive option provides live-in care for seniors with complex medical needs or those requiring constant supervision for safety. It ensures their well-being throughout the day and night.

Respite Care

Needing a break: Caring for a loved one can be physically and emotionally demanding. Respite care allows family caregivers a well-deserved break, knowing their loved one is in capable hands for a few hours, days, or even weeks, depending on the situation.

Companion Care: Stay socially engaged. Social isolation can be a concern for many seniors. Companion care, offered for 3-8 hours, a few times per week, provides not only assistance with daily living activities but also companionship and social interaction. Engaging in conversation, hobbies, and outings can significantly enhance your loved one’s well-being.

Specialized Care: Alzheimer’s, dementia, and Parkinson’s disease require tailored support to meet the unique needs of individuals with these conditions. Specially trained caregivers handle the challenges associated with memory loss, cognitive decline, and motor impairments. Services include assistance with medication reminders, mobility support, and behavioral guidance.

Hospice Care: During the difficult time near the end of a loved one’s life, our hospice support provides a comforting presence and practical help for both your loved one and your family. We ensure your loved one’s comfort by helping with hygiene, positioning, and monitoring, creating a peaceful and comfortable environment for them. Our compassionate caregivers assist with everyday tasks, errands, and meal preparation, allowing your family to focus on quality time together.

We take the time to understand your loved one’s specific needs, preferences, and routines. Our team of compassionate professionals is here to answer questions, address concerns, and help you determine the right level of care. We work with families to design custom care plans that ensure your loved one’s comfort, safety, and well-being in the familiarity of their own home.