Most users of home-care services are seniors with varying degrees of in-home support for their daily living activities, ranging from light housekeeping to assisting individuals severely impaired by Alzheimer’s disease or bedbound. But they can also be children and younger adults with disabilities, or individuals of any age who are recovering from surgery or other medical procedures.
If a loved one’s condition – or yours – requires permanent medical supervision and the direct involvement of a nurse, then you need different kinds of support, provided by other companies or healthcare facilities. That specialized service may be complemented by those provided by Assisting Hands, but it is important to bear in mind that any medical procedure and drug administration must be performed by a qualified healthcare professional.
For all other forms of non-medical support, in any combination of our available services, Assisting Hands provides professional care tailored to each client’s specific needs. From a few hours a day to 24/7 support, we provide peace of mind – professionally, reliably, and with compassion.