Adult Companion Services
The adult companion service offers non-medical care to individuals. Examples of adult companion duties include:
- Providing companionship through social interactions.
- Assisting individuals with small scale daily living skills such as: light housekeeping, meal preparation, and laundry.
This service is often implemented for individuals who require paid supports for extensive number of hours per day. (Example:
live-in caregiver models).
Individualized Home Supports (IHS)
We deliver in-home services to individuals whose personal goal is to acquire, improve, and/or retain skills required
to enhance the ability to live in their community as specified in their care plan.
- Instruction and training in one or more need areas
- Implementation of strategies to address behavioral, medical or other needs identified in the care plan.
- Implementation of therapeutic recommendations including speech, O.T., P.T. and assistance in following special diets
and other therapeutic routines.
- Mobility training
- Adaptive communication training
- Provide training or practice in basic consumer skills such as banking, budgeting and shopping.
Individualized Day Support
This service is designed to assist individuals who wish to acquire, improve, and/or retain skills needed for work or
community participation. In some cases individuals are seeking support with meaningful retirement activities or maintaining
a business they own. The services we offer in this capacity vary greatly and might include:
- Development and implementation of personalized support plan
- Support to develop, maintain or enhance independent functioning skills in the areas of sensory-motor, cognition, personal
grooming, hygiene, toileting etc.
- Assistance with daily interactions to develop and maintain friendships of choice and skills to employ.
- Support to seek out job interests, retirement activity options
- Opportunities to participate in community activities
- Backing to complete work or business activities
The personal care service is a hands-on approach to caring for an individual. For individuals interested in this offering,
assistance is necessary in completing daily living needs such as personal hygiene, meals, dressing, etc. Furthermore,
in this role the caregiver will both cue and provide supervision to ensure the safety of the individual receiving support.
- Assistance with daily living such as personal hygiene, dressing, eating.
- Assistance maintaining a safe and sanitary home or managing a household such as housekeeping, laundry, and shopping.
- Assistance to access and attend community activities such as accompanying the individual while traveling to activities
or helping the individual to access leisure activities.
Respite services are designed to provide care for individuals on a short-term basis. These services are rendered to
individuals unable to support themselves typically when their caregivers need relief or take time off. We care for
individuals on a daily/overnight basis at a qualified respite care location.