When your loved one needs additional help and you can’t always be there, choose someone who treats your loved one in a caring, loving way.
Help patients with personal hygiene, dressing, bathing, skin care and other daily tasks.
Perform basic health care services including checking vital signs, taking blood pressure and administering simple prescribed medications.
Walking, often an easy to perform exercise, and other physical therapies.
Transportation arrangements, such us appointments, social events, vacations and more.
Keeping the brain healthy and stimulated through activities that help cognitive ability.
Social relationships are vital to mental and physical health. Providing care with compassion, excellence and reliability will improve health as well.
Cook, grocery shop, and prepare food for later meals.
Wash and change bed linens, launder clothing, clean and keep tidy all living areas.
Projects at home like gardening, crafting, .