Non-medical Care for Seniors:

  • Communication between physician, family, and senior
  • Medication reminders
  • Transportation to/from appointments
  • Alzheimer’s care and support
  • Safety supervision and monitoring
  • Arrange for medical equipment delivery/therapy visits
  • Help in the home after a hospital or rehab stay
  • Supervise exercise and range of motion activity
  • Incontinence care
  • Respite care (giving the caregiver a break)
  • Bereavement support

peg and tess

Help inside and outside the Home:

  • Assist with daily activities like bathing, grooming, etc.
  • Pet care assistance
  • Grocery shopping and meal preparation
  • Prepare for and monitor special dietary needs
  • Oversee home maintenance
  • Organize mail and help write letters
  • Plan and accompany to activities/day trips outside the home
  • Provide companionship and socialization

Barb and claire grocery shopping

Provide Resources:

  • Provide expert consultation and monitor for physical and mental changes
  • Assist with planning and goal setting
  • If additional medical services become necessary, provide referral
  • If a move becomes necessary, provide support from beginning stages to “sold”
  • Provide care and support after a move has taken place, even 24/7 if necessary

sitting at the park with tess and richard