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Showing you the advantages of acquiring our care

Due to seniors’ aging, their activities become limited and they receive more restrictions that will keep them away from chances of risks. However, as a person, they also have to complete tasks, especially those that concern their health. To help them with such issues, professional care is present to assist them in accomplishing tasks and to support them in doing activities that they love.

Common mental illnesses, such as depression, can affect their mental health, cognitive functioning, and physical abilities. These may cause development of cognitive impairment and memory loss diseases. To prevent them from happening, our services include activities that encourage them to engage in activities and companionship.

What We Do

  • Personal Care
  • General Health Care
  • Transfer and Mobility Assistance
  • Health Documentation
  • Emotional Support
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Transportation
  • Meal Preparation

Who We Serve

  • People with Dementia
  • People with Physical Limitations
  • People in Recovery from Surgery or Hospitalization

Our Caregiving Services

  • Assistance with Daily Activities
  • Transfer and Mobility Assistance
  • Personal Care
  • Meal Preparation
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Transportation
  • Medication Reminders
  • Health Documentation
  • Dementia Care
  • Palliative caregiving (as well as end of life care)

Home Care

Home care aides provide companionship, support, and assistance with all activities of daily living, allowing seniors and those with disabilities to remain living in their own homes.

Skilled Care and Assisted Living Facilities

Our caregivers provide additional 1:1 non-medical care and companionship for your loved ones in skilled care facilities that usually have a staff to client ratio of 1:12, which often leaves your loved one alone most of the day.

The additional support of a caregiver for family members in assisted living often increases client’s socialization and engagement with others in the assisted living community, additionally our caregivers can provide 1:1 care for showering/bathing, dressing, and other individualized care. *Studies suggest that seniors who eat healthy, engage in social, and physical activity have a better quality of life.

Where We Service

Daily Living in a Home

To cater to the comfort and convenience that individuals demand, around-the-clock home care is provided. It is to give them the independence to choose to stay at their homes while receiving assistance from professionals. Through this, clients do not have to feel anxiety and do not have to adjust to being in a new environment. Another advantage is that since they are at their homes, they would not allocate a budget for transferring to a new home as home care services are cheaper.

With someone to look after clients on a regular basis, their health status will be monitored, and they will gain assistance in doing any activity. It will also enable them to focus more on themselves and the things that they do for enjoyment. Moreover, having professional care will enhance lifestyle, mood, and health as they are considered companions as well.

Nursing Homes
People that can benefit from medical professionals’ 24-hour heavy assistance due to their chronic situations, people with disabilities, people with cognitive issues, and those that need constant health monitoring transfer to nursing homes. With their complications, they may find it difficult to deal with their daily responsibilities. We are here to accompany them and assist in completing their tasks to reduce the chances of their health worsening. It is also our duty to provide solutions to issues that cause them discomfort and prepare for any emergencies that can possibly happen anytime.
Assisted Living Facilities

Assisted living facilities are occupied by residents who want to live independently but need around-the-clock assistance from professionals. To keep up with their activeness, they need constant health status and safety monitoring. The service can also be a great factor in providing them more independence and chances to gain a harmonious relationship with other residents as someone can complete their chores for them.

We also help in enhancing their socialization skills and engage them in activities that will stimulate their cognitive abilities to keep them sharp. It is also to prevent them from developing memory loss diseases such as dementia and Alzheimer’s.

Congregate Housing

Congregate housing is a facility where seniors aging over 60 and people with disabilities live together. It is a home where they each have their own space but share common commodities such as dining area, kitchen, living area, and more. In addition to that, they also share responsibilities of doing household chores. With this stated, it means that the people who decided to live in this type of home are independent, but can benefit from care assistance.

Moreover, the residents in congregate housing transfer to this type of living due to their disability or loneliness. However, although it requires residents to interact with each other, some can still benefit from companionship. For that reason, our professionals provide the service that can help them improve their socialization skills, in addition to assisting them in their chores. Lastly, this service is not applicable to individuals needing 24-hour care and monitoring.

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If you have any questions about us and our elderly care in Napa, California, let us know.