Home Health Aide
Home Health Aides assist with activities of daily living (ADLs).
- Assistance with dressing
- Medication reminders
- Assistance with walking or transferring
- Check & record vital signs
- Wake-up & tuck-in service
- Respite care
Homemakers assist with household tasks.
- Meal planning & preparation
- Prepare grocery & supply lists, shopping
- Help with errands (pick-up prescriptions)
- Help with laundry & ironing
- Make beds, change linens
- Dust, vacuum, sweep, mop floors
- Organize drawers, cabinets or closets
- Wash dishes & put away dishes
- Assist with care of your pets
- Holiday baking & decorating
Providing companionship and conversation.
- Escort to appointments, events, religious services
- Accompany to lunch or dinner
- Escort for shopping or perhaps a movie
- Participate in crafts, play games
- Visit friends, neighbors & loved ones
- Arrange / schedule appointments (doctor appointments, beauty salon or barber, etc.)
- Take walks to promote exercise
- Escort on trips
- Transportation services
Caring Calls are routinely scheduled between home visits to assess your status and promote self -care and independence. Those on the Connect Telemonitoring program will be contacted daily for the first 14 days of care. Our Care Center team can also contact relatives and loved ones, as you tell us, to update them on your status, to give them peace of mind.
CONNECT Telehealth Monitoring
Telehealth is very important in reducing and/or preventing a return to the ER or hospital after hospitalization or illness/injury. The Connect telehealth monitoring program through Care Partners @ Home, uses our company’s Care Center clinicians to monitor patients who are on the program. A telehealth device is placed in your home and the Care Center team monitors the returns of the devices, makes an assessment of symptoms, identifies changes in your condition and coordinates follow up visits, as needed.