Our Services

Our top priority at Home Care Resources is to help your loved one stay at home for as long as is safely possible. We take a team approach, working together with you, your relative and your relative’s health care providers to develop a personalized plan of care.

Our goal at Home Care Resources is to empower each client and their family members to work together with medical providers to bring about an optimal level of health.


In-home care

It may be that your loved one is no longer able to live safely alone. Having someone come by to cook a few meals and do some light housekeeping may be all that is needed. Or, it could be that your loved one requires more constant attention. He or she may not need the services of a nurse. But the daily presence of a kind, knowledgeable caregiver can assure he or she is eating regularly, taking baths, and taking medications as directed. Services can include:

  • Light housekeeping
  • Meal preparation
  • Appointments, errands and shopping
  • Medication reminders
  • Personal hygiene, grooming

You can choose part time or full time assistance. We do the background checks and handle all the taxes and scheduling. You rest easily knowing your loved one is in good hands with caring and consistent help.

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An initial assessment

Our Care Managers come to your loved one’s home and conduct an assessment of how things stand right now. We look at the strengths and weaknesses of the current situation. Then we make recommendations for a care plan that will help your loved one stay as safe, strong, healthy and independent as possible.

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Home care is provided in accordance with a care plan

Home care is provided in accordance with a care plan prepared by a Care Manager in cooperation with the client and family.  The care plan addresses the care needs and preferences to be given attention by the caregiver.

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Home care reduces stress for family members

Home care lessens the emotional and physical stress on family members, allowing for the quality time to visit as a family member, and to enjoy peace of mind, knowing their loved one is being watched over and cared for, in their absence.

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Home care provides transportation

Caregivers transport to appointments and other outings.

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Home care takes care of light housekeeping

Home care keeps the living quarters clean and safe.  Light housekeeping, laundry and attention to kitchen cupboards and refrigerator regarding cleanliness and food storage safety.

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Home care helps insure medications are taken

Home care makes sure medications are taken as directed.  Reminding to take medications on a timely basis to maintain an optimal level of health and well being.

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Home care reduces isolation

Home care provides needed companionship.  Companionship and encouraging participation in activities to help reduce the negative effects of loneliness and isolation.

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Home care takes care of nutritional needs

Home care helps to keep your loved one well fed.  Meals are prepared with attention to special dietary needs and preferences.

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Home care can help address safety issues

Home care provides protective oversight.  Caregivers are aware of risks associated with dementia or diminished eyesight  Home care helps to reduce falls.  Caregivers are watchful for balance issues and assist with ambulation and transfers to and from bed, chairs and vehicles as necessary.

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Home care helps with personal hygiene

Home care helps with personal hygiene and grooming.  Assistance with bathing, dressing, toileting and incontinence.

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Communicating with doctors

If you sometimes feel overwhelmed by the medical system, you are not alone! It can be daunting for anyone. We are available to answer your questions, explain the care recommended by the doctor, and help your loved one meet his or her health goals. If a problem develops over the course of treatment, our Care Managers are available to talk with your doctor and find out what he or she recommends. This means you can be liberated from the role of medical advocate and can instead use that time and energy to provide the love and support that only a family member can give.

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Periodic check-ins

Our Care Managers can be your knowledgeable eyes and ears. Things can change quickly in the aging process. By providing oversight and checking in periodically, our care managers can let you know whether your loved one is still able to live safely at home. We know the problems that commonly arise and the most cost-effective solutions. Perhaps there are some mobility issues that are making life more difficult than it needs to be.  We can alert you when your loved one is starting to have memory problems and needs help with paying the bills, or balancing the checkbook or may be receiving an excessive number of solicitions by telephone of mail.

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