Senior Care - Cincinnati (Hamilton County)
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Are you looking for in home senior care in Cincinnati (Hamilton County, OH)? Our team of professional caregivers can cook meals, help with housework and bathing, provide transportation to medical appointments, as well as day to day companionship.
It's been a long and trying couple of years, but we are here to help. We follow KY safety protocols and have a plan in place that keeps each of our clients in Hamilton County safe with an assigned caregiver or care team. We can get them to important appointments and run errands for them if needed.
We believe in a holistic approach to care. Good nutrition, hydration, regular social and physical activities, and suggested alternative therapies can invigorate the whole person. Let us create a schedule of home care that enhances your loved one's life and provides you with some time away.
Looking for respite care in Cincinnati?
Are you taking care of a loved one at home without any help? Everyone needs someone to take over for them so that they have time to themselves now and then—that’s what respite care is and why it is invaluable. Our team of Cincinnati caregivers can provide care and companionship to your loved one so that you can work, exercise, or take a needed break.
You can schedule respite care for a few hours a week, a few hours a day or for an extended period of time.
Senior care services we provide:
- Respite care
- Companion care and personal care
- Post-surgical care
- Dementia care at home
- 24/7 home care
- Fitness programs for seniors
We can be there when you cannot, to help your loved one with their daily needs. Our caregivers can assist with bathing, dressing, cooking, light house-keeping, transportation to appointments and activities, running errands, as well as providing companionship.
Meet Sue Henderson
As you will come to know, our owner Sue Henderson's mantra is, “Drink more water!” When we meet a new client, proper hydration is the first thing that we address. Many adults (and especially seniors) are chronically dehydrated and don't realize it. Being properly hydrated can drastically improve health.
“Our balanced approach focuses on the whole person, their nutritional, physical and emotional needs. We realize that aging adults are rich in experience and abilities no matter what age, and they have a lot to offer us.”
~ Sue Henderson, owner and former nurse
Case Study #1
Doreen* was recently released from a Cincinnati hospital after an illness. Her family was prevented from being there to help bring her home. Our case manager was there to help. She make sure that the care facility correctly recorded Doreen's condition at discharge and then helped her get settled at home with the services she needed. (*name and details altered for privacy)
Charlie* keeps his caregiving team on their toes and they love him for it! He looks forward to the meals they prepare as well as drives to the country and trips to the grocery store. To meet his team of caregivers and hear how they work together to provide in home care, check out the video above. (*name altered for privacy)
Connecting Hearts has been caring for my mom for over a year now. The quality of the staff and the customer service has been outstanding. Sue and her team always go out of their way to meet the needs of their clients. As a next of kin that lives out of state, it is a blessing to know that the kind people at Connecting Hearts are looking after my mom. I would definitely recommend their services to those seeking in-home care for their loved ones.
— Jennifer D. (Google review)
Connecting Hearts is a godsend! When my mother became too frail to live by herself we moved her in with us. The dependable and compassionate caregivers provided excellent care and companionship. We were able to go to work without worrying because she was in good hands with Connecting Hearts.
— Diane H. (Google review)
Respite care allows a primary caregiver to take some time off. Respite care involves hiring someone else to take over for anywhere from a few hours to a few days or weeks so that you can work, exercise, shop or just take some time for yourself. Self care is critical to your emotional and physical health. Connecting Hearts' caregivers are ready to provide in home health care for seniors in Cincinnati so that you can get the break you need.
We are not Medicare or Medicaid certified because in-home care is not covered by Medicaid or Medicare in the state of Ohio. We do take long-term care insurance as well as workman’s comp in the event that you’ve been injured and need assistance while you recover.
We will do our best to provide a caregiver as soon as you need them. We answer the phone 24/7 and will quickly work to arrange for senior care in your home.
All of our Professional Home Care Assistants are trained for a minimum of 8 hours before working with any client. Many of our caregiverss are CNAs or CNAs in training as well. We follow all state of Kentucky standards for training our caregivers. All new caregivers are supervised by a case manager who makes sure that they are doing everything correctly. We also provide monthly training for all of our employees so that they may improve their skills and keep their knowledge up to date.
No. We only provide non-medical care, but we can help arrange for nursing care if needed. Sue Henderson (our owner), is a former registered nurse and has a great working relationship with the medical professionals in our region. Many of our caregivers are CNAs or CNAs in training. As far as medications go, we can give clients gentler reminders and help them track their medications. We can help clients open medication containers, but we cannot administer medication.