Our services are designed to help adults ages 55 or older remain living safely in their own homes with independence and dignity. Our services include:
Adult Day Care
Adult day care provides socialization, support, and safety to frail and chronically ill adults, as well as adults with cognitive or physical disabilities, while allowing them to return home at the end of the day.
Help with a variety of chores, such as changing light bulbs, tacking down cords or rugs, raking leaves, shoveling snow, cleaning out garages or basements, and more.
Emergency Response Systems
A small help button, typically worn around the neck or the wrist, provides a direct link to 24-hour emergency assistance.
For those unable to perform household tasks, services may include light cleaning, cooking, and laundry. Homemaker escorts are also available to accompany you on local errands.
Meals on Wheels
Our Meals on Wheels program provides delicious hot and cold meals delivered by a caring volunteer. In addition to providing good nutrition, a home-delivered meal provides the family the security of knowing someone is regularly checking on their loved one. We offer several menu options, including meals with restricted carbohydrates or low sodium.
Rides to medical appointments, social service agencies, and adult day care centers.
Mental Health Counseling
In-home behavioral health services are available to those enrolled in our program.
Registered nurses help you achieve optimal health and well-being through health screenings, medication monitoring, and more.
Personal care assistants or home health aides help with daily activities like bathing and dressing.
Respite services are designed to provide relief and rest for family caregivers so that stress and tension are minimized. Services can be provided in the home or at a local facility. Respite workers also can perform personal care tasks, such as help with bathing, grooming, and dressing.