Personal Care

Personal Care services are often the most sought-after services that we offer because they bring much needed rest and peace of mind to family. We make it possible for those who need support to continue living safely and happily in their home. Personal Care will vary greatly from patient to patient, but includes non-medical Personal Care Services and companionship for the elderly, those recuperating after hospitalization or rehabilitation, the terminally ill, chronically ill, disabled, alone, or at-risk. Personal Care services include, but are not limited to:

  • Bathing and Toileting
  • Coordination (Accompanying) of Medical Appointments
  • Dressing and Grooming
  • Food Preparation, Meal Storage, and Assistance Eating
  • Grocery Shopping
  • Non-Medical Transportation

Companionship Care

Companion care is a form of home care offering non-medical services to older adults or people with disabilities. Companionship care should not be confused with personal care. Personal care aides (also known as home health aides) may provide the same services as companionship care along with more hands-on tasks such as bathing, dressing, grooming, and assistance with medication reminders. Companionship caregivers mainly focus on emotional connection, support and socialization, although companions may help older adults with a variety of tasks including:

  • Household activities like washing clothes and dishes
  • Running errands like grocery shopping
  • Transportation to appointments and other activities
  • Planning and scheduling appointments and social activities
  • Socialization and entertainment
  • Communicating with family members and other care team professionals.


Caring for a loved one with dementia can be challenging for families and caregivers. Depending on the cause and type, people with dementia may find it more and more difficult to remember things, think clearly, communicate with others, and take care of themselves. In addition, dementia can cause mood swings and even change a person’s personality and behavior.

When it comes to dementia care, we provide assistance with a wide variety of needs. We assist our clients with personal tasks, provide comforting companionship, and offer helpful reminders when needed. Some of the activities we do with clients on our dementia care program include: