Our caregivers will provide light housekeeping for occupied areas of the home. They will dust areas that are reachable without a stool or ladder. They will vacuum, mop or sweep floors. Caregivers do not clean the outside of the home.
Our caregivers will wash, dry, iron and fold laundry. Our seniors are welcome to help our caregivers anytime. Collaborating efforts to meet the social needs of our seniors is important.
Our caregivers will prepare a delicious, hot meal based on the preferences of our seniors. Seniors are welcome to help with the preparation of meals as a part of their daily activities.
Our caregivers cannot administer medication. They can open bottle, read label and remind Seniors to take their medication as prescribed.
Our caregivers will assist with bathing, clothing and help with personal care involving incontinence. Our caregivers will work with our seniors on their preferences and involve them in the activities to show support of their well-being.
Grocery Shopping, Errands/Transportation
Our caregivers will go to the grocery store, pharmacies or other retail businesses to meet the needs of our seniors. Our seniors may ride along and help in the activities to keep physically and cognitively active.
Our caregivers will sit with our seniors, watch TV, play board games, listen to music, just to name a few collaborating moments. Our caregivers will provide 24-hour care to help agencies such as hospice in life-changing transitions that need non-medical in-home care.