Our staff will visit with you and your loved one at your convenience, in your home or other location designated by you for a free in-home assessment. In some instances, we may even be able to assess your situation and needs over the phone. During the assessment process we will discuss special needs, routines, specific requirements and the frequency of care needed and then we will develop a personalized care plan based on the individual needs of you and your family member. For example, this may include non-medical home care services like bath visits, meal preparation, light housekeeping, mobility assessment, transportation and incontinence care. Every care plan is designed specifically for you and your loved one. Get started now.
Keeping you or your loved one safe is one of the top priorities. If you or your loved one has special safety issues, our staff can incorporate a safety plan as part of your in-home assessment. Our non medical caregivers can help identify elements and obstacles in the home that can be a risk. We can help identify these safety issues and fall risks and outline solutions that will reduce or eliminate any safety issues. Let us know during our in home assessment if you would like a customized safety plan!
We have trained and qualified caregivers that specialize in offering non-medical in home care for family members with Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Our staff can identify potential challenges to keep your loved one safe, calm and happy.
The key to maximizing you or your loved one’s independence and ability to remain safe at home is consistency and oversight.
Already HomeCare utilizes on-going communication to help us in continual efforts of quality improvement.
Many of our clients’ family members reside in a different city or state. For that reason, we provide every client and their family with access to our FamilyCARES Portal. Our FamilyCARES Portal gives you personal involvement in the care your family member is receiving, whether you are 6 miles away or 6,000 miles away.Go to Family Portal