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    Care in the home makes aging in place possible for millions of seniors every year. Instead of moving to an assisted living facility or a nursing home, seniors can continue living where they feel happiest and most comfortable — their home.  HomeAssist provides trained staff to help our clients and their families by providing in home services to seniors.  These services are available on a short term or long-term basis.  Choosing the right type of home care will ensure your loved one’s safety and comfort and improve their quality of life. But if you’re unfamiliar with the different types of home care, deciding between services can be confusing. We offer the following service options:

    Senior Care Services

    HomeAssist provides trustworthy, kind hearted, senior home care services in your loved one’s home. All Care Professionals are thoroughly screened, extensively trained, professional, and reliable.

    Personal Services

    Bathing, dressing, incontinence care/toileting, mobility assistance and cooking are services we can provide in the home of our clients.

    Alzheimer’s or Other Dementias Care

    Managing behaviors, encouraging engagement, assisting with activities of daily living, keeping seniors safe by trained and experience care givers.

    Transitional Care Services

    Transportation prescription pick-up and discharge assistance are offered to our clients.

    Care for Serious Conditions

    Observe how conditions affect the senior, recognize changes that may occur, report and record information relevant to care, providing the family with important changes that can be communicated to medical professionals.

    Hospice Support

    Supplemental support services, respite for family caregivers and a respectful and caring response to end of life.