Home Care provides non-medical assistance to older adults or individuals with disabilities, directly within their homes. The core of companion care lies in offering emotional support and fostering social interaction. Additionally, companions assist with various daily tasks, including light housekeeping, to ensure a comfortable and supportive living environment.
LarCare services empower you to maintain your independence by providing in-home care, allowing you to live comfortably in your own home. This autonomy not only enhances your confidence but also ensures your comfort, reinforcing your sense of independence and well-being.
Personal care encompasses both short-term and long-term in-home support services. LarCare is dedicated to offering personalized assistance, enabling clients to age comfortably in their own homes. The U.S. Census Bureau reports that over 7.6 million Americans benefit from in-home personal care, a figure that rises significantly when including informal care provided by friends or family. As aging can make daily tasks challenging or unmanageable, the support of a trained team becomes invaluable for both the care recipients and their caregivers.
LarCare’s certified nurse assistants (CNAs) offer a helping hand with essential activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, and meal preparation. Beyond these, our services can include help with transportation, managing finances, scheduling appointments, and offering companionship and emotional support. Our Geriatric Care Managers play a pivotal role in coordinating additional needs like medical equipment, home therapy, private duty nursing, and navigating community resources.
Through LarCare, individuals receive the care they need in the sanctuary of their own homes, preserving their independence and dignity.
Companion care is a type of home care service designed for older adults or individuals with disabilities, focusing on providing non-medical assistance. The primary aim of companion care is to offer emotional support and opportunities for social engagement. Companions also assist with various everyday tasks, including light housekeeping, to enhance the quality of life for those they serve.
• Home Safety
• Help setting up virtual calls with family members and love ones.
• Limited assistance with financial Matters (Delivering payments)
• Assistance with communication
• Observing and Report Participant condition
• Personal Grooming including dressing
• Personal Hygiene
• Skin Care
• Meal Planning/Preparation
• Assisting Out of Bed
• Home Supports (cleaning, laundry, shopping, home safety, errands,
• Monitoring Condition
• Monitoring Medications (CANNOT give medication)
• Strength and Balance Training