About Home Care

Understanding Home Care

Our home care programs are designed to help ill, elderly, recovering or disabled patients enjoy and celebrate life from the comfort of their own home. These services range from minor assistance with everyday activities like walking, cooking and household chores to more extensive care like transportation, running errands, medication reminders and 24/7 live-in homecare. While choosing home care services for a loved one is not an easy decision, it may be the best solution for your unique needs.

You Have Options

Choosing home care services presents a number of options. First and foremost, understand that every situation is unique, and there is no right way to choose home care services for your loved one. While researching senior care you’ve undoubtedly come across many options; nursing homes, assisted living facilities, adult day care and retirement communities among them. While each option has its own benefits, in-home care is the only one that allows patients to reside comfortably in their own home. How you choose which option is best will depend on a number of factors including finances, availability and the patient’s state of health. A non-medical caregiver to supervise and provide companionship to your loved one when you cannot be there is a safe and affordable option.

Stay at Home. Reflection can Help.

Reflection Home Care understands the desire of keeping families together. Our home care services are designed to do just that. If your loved one’s needs can be met with the help of non-medical home care services, give us a call. We have the experience, knowledge and compassion to help your loved one live happily, safely and comfortably at home.

Our services include but are not limited to the following:

  • Transportation to appointments/errands
  • Transportation to excursions, clubs, lunches, movies, etc.
  • Care of house plants & animals
  • Answer the door & telephone
  • Assistance with bathing, dressing, skin care and grooming
  • Meal preparation
  • Maintaining a safe and comfortable home environment
  • Dealing with incontinence
  • Restroom visits
  • Play cards/games
  • Laundry
  • Making beds and changing linens
  • Dusting and vacuuming

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