We provide and support families in the greatest act of love that we call caregiving.
We serve the following five groups of people:
We serve older adults who want supportive living services DELIVERED IN TO the place they know by heart . . . . their home, so they can continue to live at home for as long as possible.
We serve the adult children (some in the sandwich generation) of the older adults who want to remain in the home.
We serve the social workers, case managers, and discharge planners in offering options and solutions for their patients. We will go to the care settings 7 days a week to meet and design care options.
We serve long distance family caregivers with nurse navigators, care management, and care coordination services.
We serve the public by offering a free caregiving and learning resources portal to make the complex and fragmented information simplified and useful with practical solutions that can be used on the spot.
We help older adults with just about everything
Here are a few examples of what we do every day:
Every day, we provide round the clock care to a lady who is very well with the exception of some short-term memory loss. We live with her, we take her to church, to the doctors, to the hair dresser every week, and to the country club whenever she feels like it.
Two times a day, we go into a home of a retired marine officer who is partially paralyzed from an old stroke. We help him with his exercises, make a meal, pour out his medicines from a pill box, clean up, do the laundry, bring in the paper, and then if we go grocery shopping we drop him off at an adult day center for card games and lunch then we pick him up after a few hours and take him back to his home.
In the winter time, our caregivers fly to warmer winter locations (in alternating weekly shifts) to provide care for one of our clients (a retired doctor) who lives in the south during the winter months. Our care givers do just about everything for him that his family would do: cook, clean, drive him around, play golf, watch the local sports teams practice, go to dinner, and even the opera.
Three days a week, we go into the home of a retired accountant. She lives with her daughter and son-in-law who are both doctors with very busy lives. We help her with her shower, we style her hair, get her dressed and then we take her to adult day care. Her daughter picks her up and takes her home at the end of the day. This is the way they provide 24 hours care to her without paying a lot of money (adult day care cost about 3 times less than in home care) and without doing all the care by themselves.