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Home Care

In-Home Care

At some point, you may find yourself searching for in-home care. It doesn’t matter if you personally require care or are assisting a loved one, it’s imperative to find a high quality provider with a stellar reputation.

There is more than one type of in-home care, with the following among the most common:

1. Personal Care

These services are for people who require regular assistance with personal care, including but not limited to the following:

  • Personal hygiene
  • Assistance with activities of daily living
  • Showering and bathing
  • Dressing
  • Transfers and positioning
  • Eating or feeding
  • Toileting
  • Range of motion assistance
  • Medication reminders

Utilizing the services in-home personal care provides, we can help someone to stay in their home longer as opposed to moving into a nursing facility. Our goal is to help our clients maintain their independence in the comfort of their own home. 

2. Companion Care

Some people just want a friend to socialize with during the week. Other people just need a little assistance in order to get through their day. With companion care, you never again have to feel lonely or unsafe again.

These are some of the most common types of companion care services:

  • Basic companionship
  • Meal preparation
  • Diet monitoring
  • Shopping and running errands
  • Pet care
  • Supervision or observation
  • Light housekeeping
  • Clothing selection
  • Cosmetic assistance

If you don’t require hands on care but still need basic assistance, companion care may be the right answer. 

3. Respite Care

As a caregiver, there are times when you need relief from the burden of assisting an ill or elderly loved one. While you enjoy your time together, there’s nothing wrong with turning to respite care every now and again for a break.

There are several forms of respite care, including:

  • In-home respite (a little break for you even if you want to stay home while we are for your loved one or get out of the house and meet with some old friends)
  • Post hospital support 
  • Post surgery support
  • Alzheimer’s respite
  • Travel care
  • Overnight care

Don’t overlook the importance of respite care. With this, you can get the relief you need to ensure that you do not get caregiver burn out. As the primary caregiver, it is extremely important that you take care of yourself so you can care for your loved one. 

With so many types of in-home care, you never have to worry if there is help available. Instead, find a trusted provider who has the experience and knowledge required to step in and provide the necessary assistance.  

Contact Info

Main Office
3626 Tamiami Trail
Port Charlotte, FL 33952
(941) 676-3411


Lionel looks wonderful so happy better than I have seen him in a few years, you guys are doing a great job providing his care. It is very obvious. Thank you." - Terri

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