Personal Assistance

For someone who is elderly or disabled, activities such as eating, dressing or bathing may have become too difficult to do without assistance. We sometimes take these basic everyday activities for granted until either a friend, family member, or ourselves experience deficits in personal care. Supportive Personal Care Services can provide training to the caregiver of your choice, allowing them to assist you with your activities of daily living.

What services does a Personal Care Worker provide?

A Personal Care Worker provides a range of services related to assisting the elderly and disabled adults with activities of daily living necessary to keep them in their homes. These vital services may include:

Grocery shopping - Hygiene Support and Monitoring - Providing Companionship - Fall Prevention - Feeding Assistance - Incontinence Support - Exercise and Stretching Support - Escorting to Appointments

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