Caring Companions exists to provide quality care for your loved ones, and to keep them in their own homes as long as possible. Care services provided range from help with basic household chores, to more extensive in-home care and companionship.
At Caring Companions, we realize that every family has a unique situation, and that needs may differ. We give you choices – who will be providing the care, when and where care will be provided, and how the services will be provided – so that your loved one can maintain their independence within their own home or the home of those whom they live with.
Our caregivers are more than happy to provide transportation to grocery stores, drug stores, and other locations. Assisting with transportation needs can make life easier on your loved ones, and their families, allowing them to maintain their independence and perform errands on their own terms; whether they choose to have our care professionals run errands for them, or choose to participate.
Caring Companions can provide home care services for loved ones living with Alzheimer’s or dementia.
Caring Companions is an authorized provider of AlzBetter – the Dementia Care Experts. AlzBetter’s Patent Pending Program is the most complete and innovative dementia care system aimed at helping people with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia to live safely at home.
A care manager who is a certified dementia specialist comes to the home and utilizes custom software to do an in depth dementia assessment. This assessment is far more detailed than an ordinary home care assessment.
Proprietary algorithms then determine client’s current level of dementia and identify problematic areas.
Software creates a customized plan of care and daily schedule which includes tasks and activities that create a meaningful and enjoyable day. All activities are based on person’s personal interests and appropriate for current level of dementia. These may include bathing, dressing, eating, exercise, hobbies, games etc.
Care Provider with advanced dementia training is hand selected to provide care for clients and receives individualized instruction from care manager on an ongoing basis.
Regular follow-up visits are performed by care manager to re-assess current level of dementia and make changes to activities according to results. Additionally, Quality Of Life assessment is performed regularly to determine the success of the program and resolve problems.
Family and other caregivers receive education and personalized training from care manager using our Care Manual and Custom Videos.
Free enrollment in our Music to Remember program which includes complimentary MP3 player loaded with their favorite songs as well as portable speaker.
The end result is the person with Alzheimer’s is happier and safer and their caregiver finds the stress relief they so desperately need.
Does your loved one struggle with vacuuming, washing the dishes, or other household chores? Caring Companions can help by providing a care professional to assist with housekeeping and care services.
Laundry can be an exhausting chore for anyone, especially as people age. Caring Companions can send a care professional to help with laundry at your convenience.
Our trained care professionals can assist with personal care tasks, such as assistance with bathing and dressing.
Caring Companions can provide as many or as few services as your specific situation requires. Sometimes, that just means having someone to talk to, or attend activities with. Caring Companions is also affiliated with other dynamic senior programs. Your loved one doesn’t have to be alone.
Sometimes, something as simple as having a meal prepared for your loved one can be a tremendous help. Our care providers can have a home cooked meal prepared for your loved one, or offer assistance in meal preparations.
It can be hard to remember which pills to take, and when it’s time to take them. Caring Companions can help remind your loved ones when it is time to take their medication, and monitor the dosage as needed.
Hospital stays can be taxing on families and individuals. Caring Companions is always here to make the transition easier, assisting with everyday activities that may be harder after a surgery or medical procedure.
Caring for another person is a difficult job, and one person can become exhausted trying to care for a loved one, take care of family, work, and attend to their own health needs. Let us partner with you so that you can continue to the best caregiver you can be. Sometimes you need a little help. Many of our families tell us that through our assistance, they can refocus on being a daughter or son again.
Caring Companions can provide anywhere from 2-24 hours a day, 7 days a week- days, nights, weekends and holidays.
When the time comes, our care providers work side-by-side with hospice providers to assist with end of life care, making the transition as peaceful and comfortable as possible.
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