Providing non-medical personalized care for the services you need:
• Housework • Meal Preparation • Transportation
• Companionship • Medication Reminders • Shopping
• Staying Active • Correspondence • Safety and Organization
• Personal Care: bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, transfering and walking

PERSONAL CARE

Maintaining a high level of personal hygiene is a foundation for optimal health. Our caregivers are there to assist—and to encourage if necessary—this important aspect of your care. Caregivers are trained and experienced in performing these services with safety, sensitivity, and with complete confidentiality.

Bathing and Showering Assistance

Bathing and showering activities include preparing and arranging supplies, testing water temperature, assistance with moving to and from shower or bath, staying close-by for emergency assistance, after bath routines, and partial or complete bed baths are provided.

Dressing

Assist with, or provide complete dressing in, or out of bed as needed. Wearing clean, comfortable clothing will help your loved one look and feel great.

Personal Appearance Care

Our personal caregivers can assist with hair care, make-up, shaving and other personal grooming and appearance care. Cutting or trimming nails is not permitted. A Circle of Care will gladly recommend to you someone who is licensed to do this work.

Toileting

From minimal assistance to complete incontinence care our caregivers have had training for and are experienced at. Ancillary care such as male urinals, and commode set-up and cleaning care is provided. We do so with the highest levels of professionalism, respect, and privacy protection.

Transferring and Walking

The decline of one’s mobility has a profound impact on quality of life, and on the ability to carry out activities of daily living. Our caregivers will safely help transfer your or your loved one to and from bed, wheelchair, sitting chair or sofa, automobiles, toilet, and so on. Whether it is for pleasure, necessity or a rehabilitative exercise, we are there to encourage and safely assist with walking to keep your or a loved one active and as strong as possible.