Basic Personal Care

  • Dietary: Assistance with meal preparation and clean up and assistance with eating/feeding.
  • Dressing/Grooming: Assistance with dressing and grooming.
  • Bathing: Assistance with bathing.
  • Toileting/Continence: Assistance in going to the bathroom and changing bed linen.
  • Mobility/Transfer: Assistance with transfer and ambulation when the participant can at least partially bear their own weight.
  • Self-Administraton of Medications: Assisting with self-administration of medicine and applying non-prescription topical ointments or lotions.
  • Medically Related Household Tasks.
  • Respite Care.

Advanced Personal Care

  • Changing bags and soap and water hygiene. Removal of external catheters, inspect skin and reapply catheter.
  • Administration of prescribed program, including use of suppositories and sphincter stimulation.
  • Application of medicated (prescription lotions, ointments, or dry aseptic dressings to unbroken skin.)
  • Application of aseptic dressings to superficial skin breaks or abrasions as directed by a licensed nurse.
  • Passive range of motion.
  • Use of assistive device for transfers.

You may qualify for free home health services.Call us today so we can assist you with getting the help you deserve.