Services Provided 


Senior Home Care

What It is:

  * Providing in home care to you or loved ones to help assist with everyday living.

How Caregivers Can Help:

  * Assistance with daily living and other hygiene needs.

  * Keep your loved one happy and social with various recreational activities.

  * Assist with housekeeping, meal preparation and medication reminders.

  * Take them to and from their doctors’ appointments.

  * Provide companionship and help keep you and your loved one in high spirits.

  * Reduce the risk of accidents and encourage safe, independent at-home living.

Pre/Post Pregnacy Care

What It is:

   * Helping families transition into parenthood in a healthy and happy way after having a newborn.  

How Caregivers Can Help

  * Help take care of laundry, grocery shopping, household chores and preparing meals and formula.

  * Help take your other children to and from school and extracurricular activities.

  * Help ease the overwhelming feeling of having a newborn and lend a helping hand whenever you need it.

  * If the doctor orders bed rest or medical attention, we can watch over you and assist in any way possible.

Alzheimer's Care

What is Alzheimer's?

  * Alzheimer's is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior. Symptoms usually develop slowly and get worse over time, becoming severe enough to interfere with daily tasks. Find out more at

How Caregivers Can Help:

  * Brain games to help stimulate the mind.

  * Help spark conversation with the patient in topics that are interesting and meaningful to them.

  * Help address dietary concerns, including diabetes, food allergies and chewing ability. As well as serve patients’ meals exactly how they like and make sure they stay hydrated.

  * Help patients stand on their own two feet in a familiar environment, their home, and assist in moving them from one place to another.

Accident or Surgery Recovery

What It is:

  * Help ease the transition from surgery to recovery. 

How Caregivers Can Help:

  * Help provide assistance around-the-clock or just a few hours of the day

  * Ensure that you or your loved one heals as quickly as possible.

Stroke Recovery Care

What It is:

  * A stroke, is the sudden death of brain cells caused by blood clots blocking an artery or a broken blood vessel, interrupting blood flow to an area of the brain. The results of a stroke can be severe, and adjusting to everyday life after returning home may be a challenge. Find out more at

How Caregivers Can Help:

  * Monitor physical and cognitive symptoms, caregivers can help ensure progress and identify risk factors for another stroke.

  * Help your loved one follow through with prescribed exercises.

  * Help provide assistance with daily activities to ease the process.

  * Prepare meals for your loved one to ensure that they get the nutrients that they need.

  * Help keep your family in good spirits by helping to maintain a positive attitude during your loved one’s time of recovery.

Companionship Care

What It is:

  * When work gets in the way, a private duty caregiver can provide the attention your loved one needs. We can help your loved one remain independent, while offering care and support.

How Caregivers Can Help:

  * More like a friend then a caregiver. No more eating meals alone or struggling with loneliness throughout the day.

  * We will help engage your loved one in games, reading or their favorite hobbies.

  * Can accompany them to activities and functions, keeping them social within the community.

  * Help prepare nutritious meals for your family member to enjoy.

  * Can assist your loved one with any errands they may need.

Respite Care

What It is:

  * Respite care is short-term relief for your family caregiver. It is tailored to fit your schedule and needs, promoting life balance and compassionate care. It can also be used while taking a trip on vacation for some extra help and security. Making sure your loved one has a safe and enjoyable vacation. 

How Caregivers Can Help:

  * Stress relief

  * Weekend and overnight care

  * Meal preparation

  * Assistance with daily living

  * Emotional support

  * Light housekeeping

  * Recreational activities

  * Increased quality of life

Parkinson's Care

What It is:

  * A slow developing disorder of the central nervous system that affects movement, often including tremors. Commonly causes stiffness, slowing of movement and slurred speech. Find out more at​

How Caregivers Can Help:

  * Assist your loved one as they walk, helping to avert accidents.

  * Perform light housekeeping tasks and make sure obstacles are out of the way.

  * Help in meal preparation and assist with feeding during tremor episodes.

  * Make sure your loved one stays hydrated by offering fluids for thirst relief caused by any medications.

  * Provide help in completing mobility exercises that their doctor may require.

Hospital Care Sitters

What It is:

  * Hospital sitters can be there to serve as a helping hand for your loved one through quality supervision, ensuring their comfort and safety. Hospital care sitters can also tend to nursing homes, rehabilitation centers and assisted living residences. 

How Caregivers Can Help:

  * Help to avert falls and pulling out of tubes or oxygen connections

  * Ease the discharge process

  * Drive your loved one home from the hospital

  * Be aware of signs and symptoms that require immediate medical attention

  * Ensure follow-up doctor appointments are kept

  * Watch for reactions with new medication and notify the physician of any symptoms

  * Prepare nutritious meals and encourage fluids

  * Adhere to medication schedules

  * Communicate with their doctors and staff

Fall Prevention

Why its important:

  *  Falling is the leading cause of injury in adults over the age of 65. These falls can cause both physical and emotional damage to the body. We focus on reducing the risk of injury and frequency of falls to encourage safe, independent at-home living.

How Caregivers Can Help:

  * Exercises to help with range of motion to improve muscle tone, strength and endurance.

  * Safely aide patients while walking or getting up from a chair.

  * Assist with medication reminders. Taking prescription medications on time can be a key factor in the health of your loved one.

  * Reduce the risk of accidents and encourage safe, independent at-home living.

Heart Diease Care

What is Heart Disease?

  * Heart conditions that include diseased vessels, structural problems, and blood clots.. Find out more at

How Caregivers Can Help:

  * Help patients to make dietary and lifestyle changes under all the necessary measures to keep heart diseases under control.

  * Help encourage exercise and can assist in all daily activities, as well as assisting with personal care.

  * Can help ensure proper supervision if your loved one needs assistance monitoring blood pressure or swelling.

Hospice Care

What It is:

  * Providing loving care to your loved ones by making them feel as comfortable as possible and allowing them peace and comfort in the privacy of their own home. 

How Caregivers Can Help:

  * We make every effort to ease your loved one’s transition into hospice care by providing emotional and spiritual support to ensure the comfort of you and your family.

  * Compassionate care to make sure that your loved one is as relaxed and comfortable as possible.

  * A Pre-vetted Certified professional can address all signs and symptoms associated with your loved one’s illness, focusing on easing stress and keeping pain to a minimum.

  * Provide support to and your family during your time of need.

Social Care

What It is:

   * If Florida is your vacation spot, or an extended family member's place of visit, let us assist you in making your holiday trip an exceptional one! Home care is safer and represents the american culture in its true form.


How Caregivers Can Help:

   * Help start your day with proper care.

   * Help with hygiene and meal preparation. 

   * Allows a clean place to yourself and peace of mind.  

   * Prevent worrying about your medication reminders.

   * Personalized home care encourages freedom, and promotes a natural healing process.

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