As a family-owned company, we understand that deciding to hire a home care provider for your loved one is a major decision. Our company’s mission is to ensure that all our clients receive the highest quality home health care, and our reputation is built on the trust of our clients. We are committed to providing quality, home health care assistance by caring for the elderly and all clients in need of home health support. Our Compassionate Care Team provides an outstanding care services. Select services unavailable in Connecticut.
Home Health Aides (HHA)
Our home health aides are trained health professionals who play an important role in assisting clients with their health care needs.
- Home health aides are committed to supporting the sick, disabled, and aging population by assisting them with their daily activities.
- Home health care professionals are responsible for following all caregiver laws and provide compassionate care.
- 24-hour live in caregivers allow clients to maintain a level of independence by providing care for them directly in their place of residence.
- Caregivers support families by easing the physical, mental, and emotional stress associated with caring for the elderly.
- Our care team provides supportive, respite care.
Personal Care Associate (PCA)
A Personal Care Associate provides care for patients and ensures that the patient’s needs are met.
- Provides communication, comfort, and safety to the patient.
- Provide basic patient care, such as bathing, bed making, skin care, incontinence care, and toileting duties.
Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN)
Licensed practical nurses (LPNs) work with doctors and registered nurses to perform health care tasks such as measuring vital signs and observing patients.
- Measures vital signs.
- Collect fluid samples.
- Administer intravenous medications.
- Dress wounds.
- Maintain patient records.
- Observe patients’ reactions to medications.
- Assist patients with personal hygiene.
- Teach families to care for their loved ones.
Registered Nurse (RN)
A registered nurses work directly with patients, their families, and physicians to provide medical treatment.
- Perform physical exams and health histories.
- Provide health promotion, counseling and education.
- Administer medications, wound care, and numerous other personalized interventions.
- Interpret patient information and make critical decisions about needed actions.
- Coordinate care, in collaboration with a wide array of healthcare professionals.
- Direct and supervise care delivered by other healthcare personnel like LPNs and nurse aides.
- Conduct research in support of improved practice and patient outcomes.
Nurse Practitioner (NP)
Nurse Practitioners are APRNs who have additional responsibilities for administering patient care than RNs.
- Prescribe medication.
- Examine patients.
- Diagnose illnesses.
- Provide treatment.
Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP)
- Have an understanding of dementia.
- Identify common causes of aggressive, repetitive and sundowning behaviors in adults.
- Describe behavioral/care interventions that may be used to prevent or reduce difficult care situations.
- Describe challenges related to caregiver stress and utilize stress reduction techniques.
- Learn alternative activity interventions that are success oriented and failure free.
Our music therapist creates a therapeutic relationship with music to address physical, emotional, cognitive, and social needs of individuals.
- Provides the indicated treatment including creating, singing, moving to, and/or listening to music.