Care Can't Wait
We understand that time is of the essence with respite or transitional care, so we partner you with one of our trusted caregivers after the first day you request the service or sooner. Remove uncertainty and ease your mind by knowing that the right person is there when you need them.
Being a family caregiver is a virtuous and selfless undertaking that is physically, emotionally, and financially taxing. 70% percent of family caregivers report symptoms of depression.1 The continual demands and responsibilities of caregiving forces 61% of working family caregivers to make a workplace accommodation, including going in late, turning down a promotion, losing job benefits, etc.2
Everyone needs the opportunity to recharge and achieve work life balance. Our caregivers are here to support family or primary caregivers whenever needed.
15.5% of older adults are readmitted to the hospital within 30 days of discharge.3 Returning to the hospital shortly after being discharged is costly and often avoidable.
We help your loved one successfully transition home after a stay in a hospital, a skilled nursing facility, or a rehabilitation center. We offer either a one-time care service or a continuing care plan, which includes a nurse needs based evaluation, special caregiver training, a client-centered care plan, and home safety checks.
- “Caregiver Briefcase for Psychologists.” American Psychological Association, American Psychological Association.
- Hunt, Gail Gibson. “Caregiving in the U.S.” Caregiving, AARP, June 2015.
- Bynum, Julie P.W. Our Parents, Ourselves: Health Care for an Aging Population. Dartmouth Atlas Project, 17 Feb. 2016.