Chronic Disease Care
Our team of care specialists and caregivers have experience assisting people with a wide variety of conditions including congestive heart failure, diabetes, arthritis, COPD, cancer and others. We will meet with you to talk about your care needs and develop a care plan that supports your goals.
The familiar surroundings of home can provide a person with a sense of normalcy. Being in a safe, non-threatening environment can help your loved one maintain a positive attitude and recover some skills more quickly.
Hospital and Rehab Transitions
Being hospitalized is a stressful event. People are most vulnerable when transitioning from hospital to home.
Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care
Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia can be a challenging journey, not only for the person diagnosed but also for their family members and loved ones. We are experienced dementia care providers and our caregivers are trained to help maintain calming routines and handle challenging behaviors.
Although life for a person with Parkinson’s will change, all the same pleasures are still out there to be enjoyed; they just need a little modifying. Help at Home Senior Care can work with families to find activity and care solutions that will work for their loved one with Parkinson’s disease. This goes a long way towards keeping him or her active, independent and interested in life.
We understand the challenges you face when you suddenly become a family caregiver. Increased stress and guilt can strain relationships. Commonly family members feel overwhelmed by their everyday responsibilities and the growing care needs of their loved ones. We collaborate with you and your loved one to create a customized and flexible care plan that supports your loved one’s well-being and restores your peace of mind.
Long Distance Care
We understand the daunting tasks you face when you find yourself living hundreds of miles from your loved one in need of help. We help to ease the process by offering consultations that can be conducted via conference calls or Skype for family members who cannot physically be present for care planning.
Home Health Care
We can partner with home health services if your loved one needs regular medical attention. Home health will provide medical services and Help at Home Senior Care will provide non-medical personal care, transportation, meal preparation and housekeeping.
We support your loved one’s goals at the end of life and work closely with local hospice services to provide full-service care.
Assisted Living Care
If your loved one lives in an assisted living facility and needs more help than provided, we can offer the services needed to keep him or her safe and prevent another move to a higher level of care.
Because we know from experience that navigating the world of care for your loved ones can be difficult and overwhelming, we will walk you through each step of the journey.