Home care is generally defined as non-medical support services delivered at the home of the senior.
The aim of home care is to allow seniors to remain at home longer rather than enter an assisted living community, nursing home or other type of senior care. Home care may be appropriate if a senior prefers to stay at home but needs assistance with activities of daily living.
Integrity In-Home Care offers a variety of serivces geared towards this very goal ranging from the simple day-to-day tasks to more specialized care.
Personal care services are hands-on services that assist a person with critical day-to-day activities that they are unable to perform on their own. Often referred to as Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), these services will frequently be enough to allow a person to remain in their own home, rather than transfer to assisted living or a nursing home
Companion care provides non-medical services and social interactions that are often essential to the well-being and happiness of seniors.
When around the clock care is needed there are two options available:
We provide care for adults with developmental or other disabilities. Our care companions have professional training to support adults of any age, whether they’re living independently or with family members.
We have a Nurse on Staff to ensure that our care team provides the highest quality of care.
We manage clients with a wide range of medical conditions. We believe the best way of caring for those with special needs is to provide the education and RN supervision needed to care for each condition. We can provide caregivers, the expertise, and training to care for the following conditions and many more.
We offer end-of-life care so your loved one can safely and comfortably stay at home, even while on hospice. When treatment is no longer an option or the end of life is near, our caregivers can provide comfort and compassionate care, create a calm and peaceful environment, and offer practical and emotional support to the individual and family members.