What Is Home Care?

Personal home care services offer essential assistance with activities of daily living as well as companionship. Home care services are non-medical and a doctor’s prescription is not required.

How Home Care Works

In-home care allows older adults to age in place in their own homes while professional caregivers help them with daily tasks. Homecare is also available for those that have a physical disability and need some assistance to help maintain their independence.

Home care services may include:

  • Individualized plan of care
  • Medication Reminders
  • Bathing
  • Meal prep
  • Grocery Shopping and Errands
  • Household chores
  • Dressing
  • Companionship
When to Seek Service

When to Seek Services

You may be acting as a sole caregiver for a family member and have been struggling with the decision to ask for professional assistance. Studies show that individuals who are able to maintain their independence in their own home and familiar surroundings are able to flourish.

You may be an individual living with physical disabilities and need some assistance to maintain your independence in your own home.

Deciding upon home care is a process that we can assist you with. Our EPD (elderly and physically disable program) is contracted with United Health Care and Banner University. If you need help with how to apply for Arizona Long Term Care Services (ALTCS) we can assist you.

Specialists in home care

We have experts that will make the transition to homecare as seamless as possible. A specialist will come to your home to complete all intake paperwork and assist with designing a plan of care specific to your individual needs. We understand that it can be difficult to allow someone unknown to you into your home. We will include you in the process of interviewing caregivers, and we can hire family members or caregivers known to you upon request.

We will take time to answer all of your questions and will remain available to you as a valued part of your home care team.

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