We provide non-medical custodial care to seniors and people with disabilities by designing and implementing a customized plan of care, tailor-fit for individual needs. We serve Orange County and portions of surrounding counties as well. Our services include assistance with, but are not limited to:
- Ambulation (Mobility & Transfers) - Is assisting the patient move from one point to the other such as; bed to commode, wheelchair to vehicle, etc. This may include the use of gait belt, hoyer lift and other medical ambulation devices.
- Bathing - Assisting and overseeing people accomplish the routine of personal cleansing for the purpose of freshening up for general well-being. This includes administering bed bath to those who need it.
- Companionship - Physical, moral and emotional support to cope with the demands of daily living.
- Driving - In many cases, it is a lot safer for people to be driven than to drive themselves. We have personnel to do that with clean DMV records.
- Errands - May include procurement of groceries and other shopping needs, meeting appointments, postal management, social visits, etc.
- Exercise - Encourage and assist clients enjoy an active lifestyle and perform prescribed therapeutic exercise routine, as necessary.
- Feeding Supervision - Is not only providing food for the client but making sure that it is properly taken, and in conjunction with dietary restrictions. This includes maintenance of a G-Tube (gastro-intestinal feeding tube).
- Grooming - Making sure the client is properly, neatly and appropriately groomed at all times.
- Hospice Care - We also provide assistance for clients placed on hospice.
- Incontinence - We also assist people suffering from this occasional occurrence.
- Laundry - Cleaning after the clients articles of clothing, linens, etc.
- Light Housekeeping - To keep the environment of the care recipient, whether in a home or facility, orderly, neat and safe. This includes changing linens, making beds, dusting, vacuuming, trash disposal, doing dishes, etc.
- Meal Preparation - Prepare nutritionally sound meals according to diet restrictions and help with grocery shopping as needed.
- Medication Supervision - Constantly monitor medication as prescribed by the physician.
- Personal Care - Caregivers help clients accomplish tasks and activities for daily living, especially moral support during difficulties.
- Personal Hygiene - Refers to all tasks associated with personal cleanliness to assure good health and general wholesome well-being.
- Recreation - Are activities necessary to maintain a wholesome mental and emotional disposition. This may include driving to parks, malls and other social activities.
- Respite Care - Gives family members the privilege of spending time on their own, with the confidence that a trained professional is administering care to their loved one/s during their absence.
- Toiletting - Assistance with answering the call of nature, as needed.
- Transportation - From residence to doctors appointments, family gatherings, groceries, post office, beauty salon, and other errands.
- Vital Sign Monitoring - Taking and recording blood pressure and heart rate on a regular basis.