Elder Care Philadelphia - Bedside Assistance
Senior Care Philadelphia - Gardening and Activities

Basic housekeeping and home management to ensure a safe and sanitary home.

  • Light housekeeping - making beds, changing linens, vacuuming, dusting, sweeping and mopping floors, and cleaning bathrooms and kitchens. 
  • Laundry - washing, drying, ironing, folding and mending of clothing.
  • Meal planning and preparation - ensuring that well-balanced, nutritional meals are prepared and eaten.  
  • Shopping and errands 

Companion care which allows the primary caregiver a chance to take a well-deserved break.

  • Social interaction 
  • Escorts - accompanying to medical appointments and social gatherings. 

Home health care services are prescribed by a physician after an illness or injury, and include visits from:     

  • Registered nurses - for medical needs described in the care plan
  • Physical therapists - assist in restoring mobility and function
  • Occupational therapists - assist in recovering and improving skills needed for daily living and work
  • Speech language pathologists - assist in the treatment of communication and swallowing issues  

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Sometimes all a parent or loved one needs to remain independent at home is a little extra support. Our team of professionals are available for 2-hour shifts to as long as live-in support 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. 
Contact us today to learn more about our exceptional in-home care.  As your provider of choice, we look forward to working with you, your family and your doctor to develop a plan that is tailored specifically to your individual needs. 
Caregiver Services - Feeding
Senior Care Philadelphia - Assistance with Walking
Home Care Philadelphia - Taking a Walk
Personal care related to activities of daily living.
  • Bathing - in tub, shower, or bed
  • Skin care - routine application of lotions
  • Oral care - brushing, flossing and denture care
  • Grooming - hair and nail care, and shaving
  • Dressing - clothing and self-applied prostheses
  • Toileting - transferring on and off the commode or toilet, and emptying catheter bags
  • Ambulation - steadying support and supervision during walking and transferring
  • Feeding - assistance with meals 
  • Medication - reminders, opening bottles, checking dosage, and storage