A Variety of Home Care Options

JFS Care at Home provides multiple home care options. We understand that each client and home care situation is unique.

Each new client’s individual needs are carefully considered to create a Care at Home personalized home care service plan.

Partnering with you, your family, and the referral source, if applicable, will allow for the homecare recipient to remain at home as independently as possible.

Our Home Care Options Include:

Making the Home

A Care at Home homemaker lends a hand with a variety of tasks related to “making the home”  including:

  • light housekeeping
  • organizing
  • laundry
  • helping prepare meals
  • running errands
  • grocery shopping

Your homemaker could also be a companion, not only assisting with homemaking, but providing socialization as well.

Caregiver helping an elderly woman

Companionship and Engagement

A Care at Home companion primarily provides companionship and engagement for you or your family member. A companion can accompany the client to social functions as well as medical appointments. How about taking in a movie, visiting the local senior center, or strolling through a beautiful park? A Care at Home companion can be a partner in playing a card or board game, or reading to the visually impaired. In addition, your companion might assist with medication reminders and homemaking activities.

A nurse helping an elderly woman walk as they smile at each other

Hands-On Care

A Care at Home personal care assistant helps with the activities of daily living (ADLS). Our personal care assistants are experienced in providing competent hands-on care including assistance with:

  • bathing
  • dressing
  • toileting
  • ambulation
  • medication reminders

In addition, your personal care assistant will provide companionship and homemaking activities.

A nurse feeding an elderly woman

24 Hours a Day

A Care at Home live-in caregiver remains in the home for a 24 hour period, assisting with your daily routines, for as long as needed. The live-in caregiver’s skill set will depend on the level of care needed by you or your family member.

Hands of a young woman gently holding one of an elderly woman