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Non-Medical Senior Care

Grocery shopping with a homecare aid

Home Care & Companion Care

At Home Caregivers provides non-medical home care servies and companion care to seniors, those who are disabled, people recovering from surgery, and many others with unique circumstances. Whether you need 24-hour care or hourly assistance, we strive to match your family with the best possible caregiver.


Depending on the amount of care you need, we provide both 24-hour care and hourly assistance. In addition to the specific services we provide, we strive to match your family with caregivers that are the right fit for your family, as well as, the best fit for the services you need.


Whether you live across the country or across the street from your aging family members, our home care and companion services give family and friends the peace of mind that their loved one is getting the attention and care they deserve.


Companion care is primarily emotional support and companionship for seniors who want to remain at home. However, it can also include a range of non-medical services that help make a senior's life more manageable.


With our non-medical in-home companion care, a trusted aide can keep your loved one socially engaged at home, and also accompany them to visit friends, family, and other social events.


Other services include:

  1. Assistance with daily routines
  2. Help with planning, scheduling and keeping appointments
  3. Transportation assistance to the grocery store, doctor's appointments, and errands
  4. Planning and encouraging social activities: local sightseeing trips, movies, shopping, visits to family and friends, and anything that keeps the your loved ones busy and enjoying life
  5. Exercising to keep a healthy body, mind and spirit. This can include walks in the neighborhood, swimming at the local pool, and anything that keeps them active
  6. Entertaining with hobbies, games, etc.
  7. Interacting with family members to keep them abreast of their loved one's condition
Senior woman with companion caregiver

Personal Care

There’s no doubt it can be awkward when children and grandchildren suddenly become the caregivers and have to assist with personal tasks that can make everyone involved uncomfortable. Having someone outside the family to help with these duties allows the senior to maintain his or her sense of dignity, and to keep the details of health issues confidential while remaining sensitive to family relationships.


Personal Care Services Include:

  1. Eating
  2. Grooming
  3. Dressing
  4. Bathing
  5. Incontinence
  6. Cognitive impairment
  7. Mobility
  8. Medication reminders
Elderly woman with caregiver and respite caregiver

Respite Care

Respite care, also known as: relief care, offers family caregivers a chance to step back and take a break from the caregiving situation. These services and amenities available to respite residents, as well as, long-term assisted living residents.


If you are a caregiver, I am sure you would agree that there have been days that test your limits. If you have children, you care for them. If you have aging parents or relatives, you care for them, as well. When you find yourself in both situations, you find yourself sandwiched between two caretaking roles — caring for your family and your aging parents. Both roles are very different, yet equally important and time consuming.


When you are in this situation, it’s hard to think of your own needs at a time when others need you. You might feel guilty, as if you are neglecting your loved ones, BUT this cannot be farther from the truth. Respite care offers family caregivers relief from caregiving, allowing them to recharge and reset emotionally as well as physically to avoid caregiver burnout.


Remember, respite care is not about abandoning or “passing off” your family caregiving roles. It’s about finding the right balance for your family and your peace of mind. You put so much time and energy into caring for your loved ones; you deserve to care for yourself a little bit, too.

Elderly woman with caregiver and respite caregiver

Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care

The need for meaningful activity and connection is important for those affected by Alzheimer’s and dementia. In the early stages of Alzheimer’s and dementia, your loved one may have difficulty remembering simple tasks and/or terms, concentrating and processing information. In many cases, they may be able to care for themselves but that independence will continue to shrink with time. As that happens, it is essential that they be provided with the appropriate level of in-home care necessary to ensure their continued health and well-being.


Our caregivers provide the highest quality of care that allows the senior to remain safe and calm at home and encourages engagement and social interaction.

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