No Contracts, Just Care
SYNERGY HomeCare provides non-medical home care to people of all ages and needs so they can maintain their independence at home. But we also serve clients in assisted living facilities, hospitals and nursing homes, working along-side skilled medical professionals, to ensure the most comprehensive and attentive care possible. You can hire us for as little as one hour a day or up to 24 hours a day. Live-in care also is an option.
Our trained and reliable caregivers are available 24/7, year-round and can meet a myriad of care needs, including:
- Personal care. Caregivers help clients get in and out of bed, get dressed, bathe and use the bathroom, among other similar activities.
- Companionship. Research shows that people can experience numerous health benefits from regular social interaction, including improved cardiovascular health, lower blood pressure, and reduced risk for Alzheimer’s and depression.
- Light housekeeping. Caregivers often do laundry, wash dishes, sweep the floors, dust the blinds, tidy the bathroom and make the client’s bed.
- Maintaining a safe home. SYNERGY staff will assess clients’ homes for safety hazards, such as poor lighting, loose extension cords, unstable rugs and faulty smoke alarms, among others.
- Medication reminders. Caregivers keep track of clients’ medication use and help them adhere to their physicians’ instructions for proper use.
- Transportation to and from appointments. Caregivers drive clients to and from appointments, ensuring their punctuality and safe arrival.
- Scheduling assistance. Caregivers often schedule clients’ appointments, maintain their daily calendar of activities and facilitate communication between doctors, clients, family members and others, as appropriate.
- Attending physician appointments. Many caregivers also attend their clients’ physician appointments to understand important information about their health and ongoing care needs.
- Meal preparation and grocery shopping. Clients can ask caregivers to make grocery lists, shop for the groceries and prepare meals. Caregivers always shop and cook meals in accordance with clients’ special dietary needs.
- Organizing mail, finances and other tasks.
- Use of a free medical alert system.
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