Home Health Care

Our parents' declining health calls for help with activities of daily living. Home care is designed to enable our aging parents to remain at home and avoid institutional care.

Types of Agencies

While the home health agency provides skilled, short-term rehabilitation, the non-medical agency provides long-term supportive care. What type of agency do you need?

Types of Caregivers

What's the difference between a home health aide, personal care aide, and homemaker? Some non-certified aides are trained to provide personal care, while others are not.

Caregiver Selector Tool

Use this tool to answer the question... "What type of in-home caregiver do I need?" Select from a list of caregiving tasks to reveal minimum caregiver qualifications.

Adult Day Care

Adult day care offers the advantage of staying at home, but still gives families the repsite they need. Centers provide social and recreational activites, plus meals.

Senior Transportation

Senior transportation is crucial to ensure access to medical care and grocery shopping. It enables elderly loved ones to live independently and helps to prevent isolation.

Alzheimer's Care

When your parent or loved one has Alzheimer's, it is beneficial to explore caregiving options and living arrangements ahead of time in order to make informed decisions.

Hospice Care

Hospice is a concept of care rather than a specific place of care, although being at home is desirable. Hospice services include emotional support and comfort care.

Home Medical Supplies

Incontinence and Disposables
  • Adult Diapers
  • Protective Underwear
  • Bed Pads


Home Safety
  • Bed Handles & Rails
  • Security Poles
  • Shower Tub Seats


Wound Care
  • Alcohol Preps
  • Hydrocolloid Dressings
  • Tapes


Personal Care
  • Shampoo & Body Wash
  • Diabetic Skin Care
  • Toileting Aids

 Attends Care Tuckable Disposable Bed Pads Light Absorbency

Attends Care Tuckable Disposable Bed Pads Light Absorbency

Practical, cost effective, and more comfortable.These bed pads are disposable but also have tuckable flaps. That means you can secure them under your mattress to keep them from shifting. Some disposable pads are prone to tearing when folks move about that causes wastage. Therefore these pads with flaps are more cost effective that those without flaps. Your loved one will also appreciate not having the pads bunch up or move about when they change positio...


 Comparing the Pros and Cons of Alzheimer's Living Options

Comparing the Pros and Cons of Alzheimer's Living Options

Planning ahead by exploring living arrangements and care for your parent or loved one with Alzheimer's is critical when it comes time to making the right decision. When finding the best care becomes urgent or a crisis, you are more likely to be forced into finding a "quick fix", resulting in a choice that doesn't solve long-term needs. Caring for a parent with Alzheimer's is an extremely challenging experience for families. There is no standard answer for ...




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