At Your Care at Home we pride ourselves as a leader in providing the highest quality of non-medical companion service. We assist families in managing the care of their loved one in the home, from hospitals and/or nursing homes and short-term medical situations.
As companions we are extended family members, we will improve and maintain the quality of life for your loved one and help them feel comfortable and relaxed in a familiar environment with family and friends.
All services are performed by our Direct Care Workers.
The Office of Long Term Living
Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s)
Walking, or otherwise getting around the home or outside. The technical term for this is “ambulating.”
Feeding, as in being able to get food from a plate into one’s mouth.
Dressing and grooming, as in selecting clothes, putting them on, and adequately
managing one’s personal appearance.
Toileting, which means getting to and from the toilet, using it appropriately, and cleaning
Bathing, which means washing one’s face and body in the bath or shower.
Transferring, which means being able to move from one body position to another. This includes being able to move from a bed to a chair, or into a wheelchair. This can also include the ability to stand up from a bed or chair in order to grasp a walker or other assistive device
Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL’s)
Managing finances, such as paying bills and managing financial assets.
Managing transportation, either via driving or by organizing other means of transport.
Shopping and meal preparation. This covers everything required to get a meal on the table. It also covers shopping for clothing and other items required for daily life.
Housecleaning and home maintenance. This means cleaning kitchens after eating, keeping one’s living space reasonably clean and tidy, and keeping up with home maintenance.
Managing communication, such as the telephone and mail.
Managing medications, which covers obtaining medications and taking them as directed.
after someone who’s sick or disabled, it’s a 24-hour job. You need a break from time to time to look after your own needs. That’s where respite care can help.
Respite care can take place:
In your home
At special day-care centers
In residential centers that offer overnight stays
These non-skilled activities/services include assistance with bowel and bladder routines, assistance with medication, ostomy care, clean intermittent catheterization, assistance with skin care, and wound care.
The Office of Developmental Programs
Home and Community Service
Examples of habilitation include supporting someone to participate in a church activity, learning to cook safely, or learning to use public transportation independently.
Respite - In Home - 24 Hours
We provide information; guidance and technical assistance to you so that you can access, organize and utilize opportunities, resources and services necessary to live a self-determined life. Our role of the Support Brokers is uniquely defined by the individual utilizing the brokering service, it is about you living your best life.
Sheila, thank you for all of your help and understanding.
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Gail Daniels, client
Your staff was reliable, patient and compassionate which was greatly appreciated. We felt comfortable leaving our Mom in your staff's care because it felt like we were leaving her with family. I would highly recommend your business for those who are in need of similar services.