Areas We Serve: Fairfield, Hartford, Litchfield, Middlesex, New Haven, New London, Tolland, Windham
The mission of CT In-Home Assistance is to provide compassionate, reliable and affordable in-home support services to frail elderly and disabled individuals in the community. The philosophy and goals of CT In-Home Assistance require the direct employment, training and supervision of its entire work force. The vulnerability of the frail elderly, chronically ill or disabled individual requires the presence of an honest, sensitive caregiver who is trained to understand and meet the needs of this population. Employees are trained to work in conjunction with other professional service providers and to become first line reporters of changes in the client's condition.
At CT In-Home Assistance, we recognize the growing demand for supportive care service to both the frail elderly and the chronically disabled. Individuals recovering from an illness or experiencing increasing limitations in their activities of daily living need levels of help ranging from occasional light housekeeping to continuous live-in nurse's aids. This help can take the form of meal preparation, running errands, escorting outside the home environment or simply keeping company and seeing to an individual's immediate needs and comforts.
Hourly Services Include:
Chore Person: A service providing assistance to individuals experiencing difficulties with such activities as heavy housework, yard work, sidewalk maintenance and minor home repairs.
Companion: A service intended to provide company to a client in a protective and supervisory capacity. It may include preparing a snack, supervising a client's activity, providing companionship, and transporting a client to appointments, and providing recreation to individuals with cognitive impairments.
Homemaker: A service intended to maintain, strengthen and safeguard household functioning and independent living for individuals who need either temporary assistance due to illness or long-term assistance due to chronic disabling conditions. Homemakers perform home management functions that may include cooking, cleaning, laundry, mending and other light household chores.
Shopping Services: This service helps individuals to obtain food and other basic necessities in the interest of safety and convenience. This can involve taking the recipient shopping if he/she is able to leave home, or doing the shopping for those people who are not able to get out.
Personal Care Assistance Services: Provides assistance with basic personal care such as eating, dressing, bathing, and toileting. It also includes indicating the appropriate time to take medication.
Written by: jamieson f (CEO)
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