Our Services

  • 24 Hour Home Care or Live-In Care

  • Flexible Hourly Care

  • Companionship/ Respite Care

  • Personal Grooming and Dressing

  • Meal preparation

  • Medication Reminders

  • Light Housekeeping

  • Running Errands (available a la carte)

  • Care/Case Management

  • Healthcare Navigation

  • Care Coordination

  • Grief Concierge

24 Hour Care or Live-In Care – Both options are a great alternative to an assisted living facility as they allow clients to receive 24/7 care from caregivers, while allowing them to stay in the comfort of their own home. Live-in care generally provides one caregiver who physically lives in the patient’s home for daily assistance, while 24-hour care provides multiple caregivers in shifts for around the clock care.

Flexible Hours – Hourly care is available which includes morning, afternoon or evening care.

Companionship/ Respite Care

Companion care involves a caregiver providing companionship, conversation, intellectual stimulation, and, often, help with daily activities or light housekeeping.

Respite care is provided so that a primary care person, usually a loved one may receive a 'temporary break' from having the constant responsibility of caring for a loved one.

Care/Case Management – A certified care/case manager may identify and provide solutions to problems that may arise in regards to senior living, ensuring timely communication with family members, physicians, and hospitals.

Care coordination may be provided, linking clients to services that may be beneficial to their well-being.

Healthcare navigation assistance may be provided during hospital or facility transitions, so that the client and family can have a peace of mind knowing that their loved one is being advocated for and will not get ‘lost’ in the system.

In addition, elder care/case managers may evaluate and help families find the appropriate level of care, in an appropriate setting, so that loved ones can restore their health, functional abilities or independence.

Grief Concierge - May involve making phone calls for funeral arrangements, communicating with healthcare providers, cancelling services that are no longer needed, house sitting and pet care, running errands in preparation for funerals or home going celebrations and providing home care for the bereaved as needed.