These are medical services that help patients live in their own homes through health problems or difficulties performing their day to day activities. These services are provided by paraprofessionals such as home health aide, personal care attendants, and homemakers.
Supportive home services can include assistance with bathing, dressing, grooming, feeding, running errands, chore services, and light housekeeping.
A home health aide performs activities of daily living services for clients with disabilities, chronic illnesses, or cognitive impairments as necessary to maintain the personal comfort of the client. HHAs also monitor or report changes in health status. They may perform some duties delegated by a nurse after receiving appropriate training and successfully returning demonstration.
Our homemaking services enable seniors to stay at home instead of being confined to a facility.
Homemaking services include cleaning services, home management, or activities of daily living. In addition, homemakers monitor the client's well-being while in the client’s home, including home safety and responses to changes in client’s status.
A personal care assistant (PCA) provides assistive services that include activities of daily living (ADLs), some health-related cares, and instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs) according to the care plan. ADLs consist of bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, eating, mobility, positioning, and transferring.