Personal Care is provided by caregivers who provide daily assistance to ensure the activities of daily living (ADLs) are met, such as Bathing, Dressing, Nail and Hair care and Toileting.
Our hourly rate for most personal care needs is $22 per hour, but call today for more specific rate
Our caregivers can provide hands on help for any personal care needs, such as:
In-Home Personal Care
As people age or become disabled,
taking care of them gets harder. Putting a loved one in a nursing home is not an answer for some and can be stressful or shocking for that person that you love to make a move at their age or with
their disability. Hiring an in-home personal caretaker can be the best answer to make sure that your loved one is not only looked after, but they will also be in their home and have the quality
health care that they will want.
In-home personal care takes the burden of dressing, shaving, hair washing, nail care, skin care, and mouth care off of your shoulders. They can even help with bathing assistance, toileting assistance and are trained to deal with incontinence and a bed bath. These trained professionals will come to your loved one and assist them with everything they need to be comfortable at their home and their time.
There are many types of personal caretakers. Some are there to help with nutrition and feeding for better maintaining of health. Others are trained medically to help with medication and even exercises so that you know your loved one is well taken care of by professional staff members. Homemaking is another type, and they can aid with cleaning around the house, yard work and even laundry. Personal care helps with dressing, hair washing, nail care, skin care, shaving, and mouth care.
There are many different personal
care services, and you can choose which one will be suitable for your loved one and their needs. Anything that your loved one needs from bathing assistance, toileting assistance, meal delivery,
medication drop off and help with incontinence or a bed bath. Some personal services can be acquired through government assistance, covered by some insurance, free or even donated. It all depends on
what kind of services your loved one requires.
Nearly all in-home care agencies will conduct a free needs assessment at a client's home for evaluation. They will look over the house and see what care they will entail. They can determine how many hours and how many times a week a caregiver will need to come and which form of service they will need. These in-home services give peace of mind for family members
Life is already stressful enough, and taking care of an elderly parent, grandparent or a disabled family member can bring frustration and anxiety. They may live in another town or even out of state and looking after them every day is impossible. Thankfully, with an assortment of personal caregivers, making sure your loved one is in safe hands and happy in their home can take a lot of pressure off of you.