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Our Respite services provide relief to primary Caregivers (e.g., a spouse, son, daughter, friend or relative) a break from providing supportive and supervisory care to someone who is dependent on their presence or assistance. Respite can be for a few hours or a few days depending on the individual situation. It can be provided occasionally, or periodically on a regular basis.
Respite will enable Caregivers to:
Respite services, which we can provide to when Caregivers are absent include:
Transportation services are offered to eligible clients using Agency, private and client owned vehicles, providing the transportation services are specified in the Care Plan and other specific criteria are met.
Before any transportation services are approved, you are required to read, accept and sign the Agency’s Transportation Liability Waiver form, which absolves our PSW – Homecare Aide or any Agency Representative from all claims, which may arise from operating a Motor Vehicle, in which you are riding.
Live-In Care and 24-Hour Care are provided to individuals who cannot be left alone at any time. Often, these people are housebound. Support is provided 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, 365 days per year. Live-In support offers an alternative to Assisted Living Care where services are provided in a facility setting. Generally, people who require Live-In Care, have:
The PSW – Homecare Aide assigned provide personal, social and domestic care and supervision at a level, which is appropriate to the individual client.
Friendly Reassurance provides regular contact with homebound people via telephone, digital means or in-home visits to assure their well-being and safety. Generally, contact is made by telephone and/or home visit based on the individual client’s Service Plan. The goals of friendly reassurance are to:
Friendly reassurance promotes peace-of-mind for clients and their families. In the event of an emergency, “9-1-1” is called and relatives are notified.
Our Companionship services provide non-medical, basic supervision to ensure a client’s safety and well-being. Personal or hands-on care is not provided in this category. Some activities Companions perform include:
We help clients with certain key life tasks they need to manage in order to live independently at home including:
We provide assistance to clients to perform their self-care activities, which they normally do on a daily basis including: