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Private Care

  • Chore Services is a one-on-one hourly service that helps maintain a clean, sanitary, and safe living environment for persons with disabilities who are unable to complete chore activities on their own. Chore Services includes heavy household chores such as washing floors, windows, and walls; snow removal, lawn care, tacking down loose rugs and tiles; and moving heavy items of furniture in order to provide safe access and egress.

  • Homemakers perform light household duties such as cooking and meal preparation, general housecleaning and running errands. They also remind the patient when it’s time to take medication, and help the patient follow a prescribed diet. Their focus is on maintaining patient's households rather than providing hands-on personal care.

  • Companions provide comfort and companionship to patients who, for safety or medical reasons, should not be left alone. Some may also assist with household tasks.

  • Independent Living Specialists (ILS) help you stay at home. Our ILS staff services and supports necessary to assist the individual in achieving and maintaining the highest degree of independent functioning. The service utilizes a team approach to provide intensive, rehabilitative community support, crisis intervention, group and individual psycho-education, and skill building for activities of daily living. ILS services are provided at home, entail comprehensive rehabilitation service, and facilitate client's independent lives. Services are focused on skill building with a goal of maximizing independence. Community-based treatment enables the team to become intimately familiar with the participant’s surroundings, strengths and challenges, and to assist the participant in learning skills applicable to his/her living environment. The team services and interventions are highly individualized and tailored to the needs and preferences of the individual.

  • Recovery Assistants implement a comprehensive care plan developed by a licensed professional clinical social worker, physician or licensed care professional to implement. Services Include Medication cuing, and monitoring; develop, maintain or enhance independent functioning skills in the areas of sensory-motor, cognition, personal grooming, hygiene, toileting, etc.; Assist in developing and maintaining friendships of choice and skills to use in daily interactions; Provide support to explore job interests, retirement options; Provide opportunities to participate in community activities; Provide support to complete work or business activities; Training and supervision to increase or maintain self-help, socialization, and adaptive skills to participate in own community; Overnight care.

  • Senior Personal Care Assistants play an integral role in allowing seniors and the elderly to remain independent within a safe environment at home. The supportive care services that each personal care assistant provides focuses on the individual’s unique needs for personal health, safety and well-being in the home setting. Examples include Assistance with bathing, dressing and grooming, Providing medication reminders, Mobility assistance and transferring, Meal preparation and feeding, Incontinence care, Overnight care.


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