When a loved one has a disability, your entire life changes. It may be your child, a brother or sister or an aging parent. Caring for them can be overwhelming, not to mention stressful. Do you need a break? We can help with respite care—whether it's a few hours a week to around-the-clock care.
Or are you the one with a condition that limits your ability to manage your life on your own and need some help?
Going through life with different abilities is not always easy, whether it is an acquired condition after stroke, a spinal cord or brain injury, a serious physical injury, or a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis, or congenital disabilities such as cerebral palsy or spina bifida.
Door handles, shower stalls and bathtubs, ATM machines, steering wheels, car brakes and accelerators, and even pots and pans assume that we have full function of every limb. Any of these can be overwhelming to someone with physical limitations.
We hope you are here to learn more about how we can help you maintain your independence by helping you through the day’s tasks. We can help with safekeeping or with full personal care (including maintaining hygiene).
For people with a disability, non-medical home care can be an important part of independent living. Disability assistance can come in the form of in-home care supportive services like meal preparation, transportation and housekeeping or assistance with hygiene and personal care. We want you to be able to optimize the skills you have and provide added support to help with those areas you need assistance or guidance with.
Our caregivers are professionally trained to care for you. In fact, you will be so pleased with their care, compassion and dependability that you’ll wonder how you ever got along without them. We even make sure your caregiver is a good fit for you, personality-wise, too.
One of the best things about non-medical in-home care is that you or your loved one has one-on-one attention and care—for a few hours up to live-in care. Whatever you need, we are here for you.
Give us a call and let’s see how we can help you. Until then, learn about the 50 other ways we can be of help in your home.