Through trained health care professionals, Helping Hands provides a broad array of home care services that meet the needs of each person who wants to remain in the comfort of his or her home. Our services are customized for each individual to meet their needs. This promotes the maximum amount of freedom so they can become as engaged with their usual daily activities as their health permits. Letting someone come into your home is an important decision. Most of us aren’t aware of everything we should think about when faced with this decision for ourselves or someone we care about. Helping Hands In Home Care is a name that is trusted by physicians and patients to deliver appropriate high quality home care.
Personal Care and Support:
Helping Hands In Home Care understands that no two people need the same kind or amount of care at home. We work with you, your familymembers, and often your doctor to make sure that your needs are being met so you can stay home, and out of the hospital or a facility. We understand that sometimes just getting older makes it harder to shop, cook, safely take a bath or remember to take your medicines. We also know that if you have been in a hospital or nursing home or at a rehabilitation facility, you may need some extra care until you feel more like yourself. Our trained and supervised staff know that conditions like chronic heart disease, diabetes or breathing problems can make life a little harder to get through each day and we are here to help.
Senior Care Services:
There are a variety of services Helping Hands In Home Care can provide, including:
Companionship and Home Helper
meal preparation, medication reminders, grocery shopping & errands, light housekeeping, socializing.
Bathing, dressing, incontinence care/toileting, mobility assistance.
Alzheimer’s or other Dementias Care
Managing behaviors, encouraging engagement, assisting with Activities of Daily Living, keeping seniors safe.
Transitional Care Service
Transportation prescription pick-up, discharge assistance.
Care for Serious Conditions
Observe how conditions affect the senior, recognize changes that may occur, report and record information relevant to care.
Supplemental support services, respite for family caregivers.