Community Caregivers

We all have similar concerns when it comes to home care for our parents, grandparents and loved ones as they reach retirement age and beyond. Mom seems confused these days, and is having problems remembering appointments. Dad appears depressed and no longer wants to play golf. Perhaps grandpa needs regular attention for Alzheimer's while you're at work or out of town.

Are you noticing that your loved ones are beginning to need home care as they age? Have you considered moving them to a nursing home or assisted living facility, but want to keep them in their home for as long as possible? Is the stress and worry of taking care of them beginning to wear you out? Are you concerned about the impact the senior care you're providing is having at your work and with your family members? Do you fear for your loved one's continued safety at home?

Community Caregivers can help by providing your loved one with competent and compassionate care in their own home. Whether for a few hours a day, or for long-term care 24 hours a day 7 days a week, Community Caregivers is there to help. Community Caregivers provides agency-employed caregivers, which means all of our staff are our employees. We take care to make sure that they are all thoroughly screened, background checked, trained, insured and bonded, and are professional and reliable. You can rest assured knowing that the caregiver is there to help you and your family.

One question that is often asked is, "Can we have the same caregiver all the time? Mother doesnít like change." Or, "Itís hard enough to get dad to accept one new person in the house much less several." With Community Caregivers our goal is to provide as much continuity of care as possible. That is why we try to slowly introduce one or two other caregivers, after the initial trust is built, so that if a primary caregiver needs time off we will have already introduced the loved one to other caregivers who can step in.

Our Community Caregivers can provide a wide variety of services. One of our Care Consultants will take the time to sit down and talk with you to learn about you and your loved one. The consultation is provided at no charge, and includes a home safety evaluation. With that information we will tailor a program that meets your individual social, safety, diet, and hygiene needs, and might include some of the following services:

Personal Services
Companionship

Supervise home maintenance
ADL Services
Assistance with Activities of Daily Living: Monitor diet and eating

Provide respite care

Manage doctor and social appointments

Companionship

Errands