We provide personalized home care services, administered by CNA qualified caregivers, after establishing and implementing care plans tailored for your unique needs.
Compassion Home Care provides assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) & instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs) on an hourly, live-in and respite care basis. Our home care services include but are not limited to:
Private Duty Caregivers
At Compassion Home Care, we place the utmost importance on ensuring our caregivers are thoroughly screened, vetted, licensed and receive the latest training and are fully credentialed.
24 Hour Emergency Response
You can rest assured that our experienced, trained caregivers along with Compassion Home Care management staff are there for your loved one 24/7/365 depending on their unique needs.
Our caregivers are by your loved one’s side to assist them and remind them when it’s time to take medications prescribed by their doctor.
Meal Preparation & Feeding
Our caregivers will prepare personalized healthy and delicious meals that meet your loved one’s dietary requirements. They may even assist with eating when necessary.
Fall prevention is critical when it comes to the care of your loved one. Our caregivers will remain by their side to assist them in all ways possible to prevent falls or other personal injury.
Dressing & Grooming
Caregivers can help select clothing and dress your loved one as well as assist with grooming such as putting on make-up, styling hair and shaving.
Toileting & Bathing
Bathrooms are an accident prone area of the home. Caregivers can be there to assist your loved one in the shower, tub or while toileting. They may also help sponge bathe when necessary.
Caregivers may accompany your loved one to doctor’s appointments, religious services, beauty salons, barber shops etc. Caregivers may also run errands like grocery shopping.
Caregivers can assist with washing clothes, linens and other personal belongings. They can even bring items for dry cleaning when necessary.
It’s extremely important to ensure the home is clean, orderly & in safe condition. Organizing, cleaning after food preparation, dusting, vacuuming and changing linens are all services your caregiver can provide.
Engaging in warm & friendly conversation & provide emotional support. Encouraging clients to engage in activities that promote well-being and stimulate the mind and spirit such as reading or playing board games.
Caregivers may assist and encourage light exercise and ambulation, when prescribed by your loved one’s personal doctor.
Caregivers can assist by offering care that focuses on simple choices & redirecting along with techniques and activities that engage the mind and body. Alzheimer’s, Creutzfeldt-Jakob, Lewy Body, Frontotemporal, Huntington’s, Korsakoff, Etc.
Caregivers are trained to assist your loved one when they require assistance with transferring, positioning or lifting and have experience using devices such as hoyer lifts and gait belts.
Ensure proper hygiene by assisting with bedding, skin care, changing and disposal of incontinence care products while preserving dignity and self-esteem.