Personal Care:

  •    Assisting with Bathing, grooming, and personal work helping.
  •    Helping with dressing and maintaining the individual’s appearance.

Mobility Assistance:

  •     Providing support for walking, transferring, and positioning to prevent falls or injuries.
  •     Assisting with the use of mobility aids such as walkers or wheelchairs.

Medication Management:

  •     Administering medications according to prescribed schedules.
  •     Keeping accurate records of medication intake and reporting any concerns to healthcare professionals.

Health Monitoring:

  •     Observing and recording changes in the individual’s health condition.
  •     Notifying healthcare providers of any significant changes or concerns.

Meal Planning and Preparation:

  •     Planning and preparing nutritious meals based on dietary restrictions and preferences.
  •     Assisting with feeding if necessary.

Emotional Support:

  •     Providing companionship and emotional support.
  •     Engaging in conversation and activities to promote mental well-being.


  •     Spending quality time with the individual to reduce feelings of loneliness and isolation.
  •     Participating in entertainment activities, playing, and hobbies.

Household Management:

  •    Performing light housekeeping duties such as cleaning, laundry, and organizing.
  •     Ensure a safe comfortable, happy living environment.


  •    Assists with transportation to health events, community events, and other activities.
  •    Activities such as grocery shopping and taking prescriptions.


  •      Communicating effectively with the individual, family members, and healthcare professionals.
  •      Keeping family members informed about the individual’s well-being and any changes in their condition.

Cognitive Support:

  •      Assisting individuals with cognitive impairments in daily activities.
  •      Engaging in memory exercises and activities to stimulate cognitive function.

Respite Care:

  •      Providing temporary relief for family caregivers.
  •      Ensuring continuous care during the absence of primary caregivers.


  •      Advocating for the individual’s rights and preferences.
  •      We work with your healthcare providers to ensure the best care.


  •      Maintaining accurate and detailed records of care activities.
  •      Documenting any changes in the individual’s condition or behavior.

Emergency Response:

  •      Being prepared to handle emergencies and seeking prompt medical attention when necessary.
  •     Knowing emergency protocols and contacting appropriate authorities if needed.

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