The goal of home care is to help you remain at home as long as possible, rather than moving into a long–term care facility. There is a wide range of home care services that can help you maintain your independence within the comfort of your own home. We are here for you whenever you need us…for however long you need us.
We are a Georgia Department of Community Health licensed Agency and currently serve the following Georgia counties: Jefferson, Jenkins, Screven, Bryan, Bulloch, Chatham, Effingham, Liberty, Candler, Emmanuel, Evans, and Toombs
» Bathing Assistance
» Grooming Assistance
» Toileting Assistance
» Transferring Assistance
» Ambulation Assistance
» Medically-related tasks
» Medication Management & Reminders
» Accompanying clients to appointments
» Maintaining a safe and comfortable home environment
» Housekeeping (Laundry, cleaning, dish washing, changing linens, trash disposal, watering plants, etc.)
» Home Management (Cooking, shopping, phone calls, bill paying, etc.)
Transport and Escort
» Medial appointments
» General shopping for clothes, household goods, needed items, general shopping
» Pharmacy for prescriptions and medical supplies
» Transporting or picking up your senior from trips, at the airport, bus station, train station
» Visit friends at their homes, in a nursing care facility, at the hospital
» Entertainment purposes including to the theater, video rental store, library, bookstores, local events, to the park for walks, etc.
A Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) will provide:
» Infusion and PICC Line Care
» Dressing Changes
» Personal Care
» Post-operative Care
» Medication Dispensing
» Catheter Care and Changing
» Wound Care
» Tube Feedings
Things to Consider
- Keeping a household running smoothly takes a lot of work. If you're finding it hard to keep up, we can help with laundry, shopping, housekeeping, and other services. If you're having trouble staying on top of bills and appointments, financial and health care management we care there to assist you.
- Transportation is a key issue for older adults. Maybe you're finding it hard to drive or don't like to drive at night. We can help with transportation options to help you keep your independence and maintain your social network.
- Help with activities of daily living, such as dressing, bathing, feeding, or meal preparation, is called personal care or custodial care. We can help with personal care, ranging from a few hours a day to live-in care.