In-Home Care Services - Kentucky
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Our in-home care services in Kentucky (NKY) help you to create a safe, independent environment for your loved one. If you are the primary source of care for an older relative, or any adult, their welfare is always your priority. We are a local provider of home care, and we are dedicated to the well being of each of our clients. We strive to help our seniors live balanced, healthy lives in their homes for as long as possible.
It may sometimes be difficult to consistently manage your caregiving priorities along with work, your children, and other responsibilities. We will develop a holistic plan of care that meets each person’s unique needs, helping them to maintain their independence, while providing the level of companionship and personal care that they wish to have.
List of in-home care services we provide:
- Personal care services
- Companion care
- Medication reminders
- Grocery shopping and running errands
- Meal preparation
- Assistance with meal planning and nutrition
- Light housekeeping
- Assistance with personal hygiene (bathing, grooming and getting dressed)
- Transportation to appointments and social activities
- Companionship and help with exercise
- Assistance with walking
- Assistance with running errands
- Prescription pick-up
- Ride home after surgery
- Post-surgical care
- Respite care
- In home dementia care and Alzheimer's care
- 24/7 care
- Overnight care
- Referrals for alternative therapies including geriatric massage and reiki energy healing and assistance getting to appointments
Our personal care services include all kinds of non-medical care that seniors may need in their homes. We can assist with the tasks associated with personal hygiene (bathing, grooming, etc.) as well as assisting with walking and exercising. In addition we can provide help with tasks that have become too much for a senior, like cooking, laundry, and light housekeeping
Personal care means more than just providing for physical needs—it means providing companionship. We love our Professional Home Care Assistants and we know that you will too! They are like family and are ready to assist your loved one with tasks that they enjoy around the home, but that are just too much for them to tackle alone—like cooking, gardening, or even personal hobbies. We can also initiate trips to the grocery or hardware store, drives in the country, or accompany your loved one to community events outside the home.
Learn more about Companion Care.
If you wish, our team members can be with your loved one right through the day, providing 24 hour in home care. You'll never have to worry about them being alone at night, or being injured as they attempt to handle tasks on their own during the day.
We will work in shifts to ensure that caring, encouraging support is always near. If an individual only needs a caregiver for a few hours, we can also help, providing incidental transportation services, or help with errands, when our clients need it.
Learn more about 24 Hour Home Care.
If your loved one is beginning to experience dementia, in home care can be a great option. Many people who are in the early stages of Alzheimer’s and dementia can still live at home with some strategic support. Hiring an in home caregiver is a wonderful way to help them maintain their independence for as long as possible and also remain safe.
All human beings want the company of others, although the amount that we need varies. A senior with Alzheimer's or dementia may need home care assistance, including help with nutrition, and assistance with housework. Our caregivers know how to avoid being intrusive, giving introverted clients the room they need to thrive, while being there at mealtimes and other occasions when they appreciate interaction.
An adult with dementia who is more extroverted, may want conversation while they are cooking, crafting, or doing light gardening. We enjoy those times, providing support with the aspects of their favorite hobbies that a client can no longer handle on their own.
Learn more about dementia care at home.
Seniors may require assistance after surgery; in home care can help them transition as they return home from the hospital. Our professional care assistants can help you to heal, by offering support with tasks that you may not be able to do. They can remain with your loved one full time, or offer assistance for a few hours a day on a regular basis, until a client fully recovers.
Learn more about our after surgery in home care services.
If you care for a spouse or another loved one, there may be times that you need to take some time off. This is where our respite care services may be invaluable. Everyone needs to properly care for themselves. Regular breaks prevent burnout for family caregivers. Our home health aides can provide you with respite care that lasts a few hours, days, or weeks, so that you feel revitalized.
Learn more about our respite care services.
Many of our older clients can participate fully in a regular program of exercise, and we work with a physical trainer who has developed workouts that improve flexibility, maintain muscle strength, and improve balance. If a senior has started to experience falls, regular exercise that improves their balance and strength in their calves, thighs and core, can help to decrease the risk of future incidents.
All of our exercise programs are designed by licensed physical therapist and certified personal trainer, Lizza McIntosh. Lizza also trains each of our caregivers, so they are properly equipped to demonstrate exercises, and guide each client who chooses a daily program of exercise. Clients also have the option to choose a one-on-one program of exercise with Lizza, herself.
Learn more about our physical activity program and Lizza McIntosh.
We are very concerned about our seniors in the NKY and Cincinnati area. To keep our clients safe, we have assigned each caregiver or team of caregivers to a particular client. Our employees have been trained in following all hygiene and sanitization protocols (as directed by the State of Kentucky). We are currently advising clients to stay at home except for necessary medical appointments. Our caregivers can help with picking up groceries and prescriptions for our clients.
Yes, we are.
In home care services can include housekeeping, meal preparation, help with grooming, post-surgery care, assistance with medication reminders, in home dementia care, companionship, assistance with running errands and transporting clients to appointments and activities, assistance with exercise programs, as well as referrals to alternative therapy providers that we trust including geriatric massage therapists and reiki energy healing practitioners.
We will do our best to provide a caregiver for you as soon as you need them. We have a person on duty to answer the phone 24/7 and will work quickly to arrange in home care.
Yes. Many adult children hire us to check on their loved ones living in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. We are considered essential workers and have the ability to enter facilities at any time to make sure that our clients are getting the care that they need. We will keep you informed and can provide companionship to your loved one in the event that you live in a different location or live locally but have to go out of town for an extended period of time. Our home care aides can run errands as well.
No. Our services include non-medical care, but we can help arrange for nursing care. Our owner, Sue Henderson, is a former registered nurse and she has a great working relationship with area medical professionals. Sue oversees all client care. Many of our caregivers are CNAs or CNAs in training. Concerning medication, we can provide medication reminders, but we do not administer medication.
Yes. We can provide whatever level of care your loved one needs including meal preparation or assistance with meal preparation.
Many of our caregivers are CNAs or CNAs in training. All of our Professional Home Care Assistants are trained for a minimum of 8 hours before working with any client. We follow all state of Kentucky standards for training our caregivers. Once the initial training is finished, new caregivers work with a case manager who will verify that the new caregiver is doing things correctly. We also conduct monthly training seminars for all of our employees so that they may keep their knowledge up to date and improve their skills.
Yes, we do.
Yes. When we are bringing in a new caregiver, that person will be accompanied by a case manager or the owner, Sue Henderson, so that everyone can get to know each other and feel comfortable with the new situation. This is especially important if the client is having any memory issues. We strive to provide continuity of care so that a loved one gets to know their caregiver(s) and so that they feel secure in that person’s care.
Yes 🙂 It rarely happens, but every once in a while two people’s personalities just don’t mesh. If we find that your loved one and your caregiver aren’t very compatible, we will do our best to find another home care assistant who is a better fit.
It is difficult for us to list our pricing because each situation is different. Please give us a call or fill out our contact form and we will be in touch to find out more about your specific needs. Once we know your situation, we can provide you with a free estimate of the cost of care.
We are not Medicare or Medicaid certified because in-home care is not covered by Medicaid or Medicare in the state of Kentucky or Ohio. We do take long-term care insurance. We also take workman’s comp in the event that you’ve been injured and need home care assistance while you recover.
Home Care Assistance
Are you looking for in home care services in northern Kentucky or Cincinnati? Our team of professionally trained caregivers can provide meal preparation, help with housework and bathing, transportation to appointments, companionship, and more.
Safety During COVID-19
The CDC is recommending that older adults stay safe in their homes as much as possible. Having in home care is a great solution. We have a protocol in place that keeps each of our clients safe with their assigned caregiver(s).
How we're different
We believe in an approach to care that looks at the whole person. Good nutrition, hydration, regular physical and social activities, and alternative therapies can enhance the lives of seniors. Let us work with you to create a custom plan for your parent.