Extraordinary People. Exceptional Care
Providing The Best In-Home Care, Companion Care & Senior Care
Because you know your senior loved one best, we listen to you very carefully when you choose FirstLight to provide care services. We have the same goal as you: to assist seniors in finding the highest quality of life and benefit from independence as long as they can. We spend time talking with your loved one to develop a comfortable relationship as their caregiver and inform you of developments along the way. You remain involved to ensure you have peace-of-mind that everything is being taken care of throughout the entire process.
The non-medical home assistance provided can take care of everything from household chores such as preparing meals, light cleaning, and laundry to personal care needs such as maintaining personal hygiene, assisting with mobility, eating, and using the bathroom. We are available to lend a helping hand 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, whether it’s a one-time visit or a long-term arrangement.
We provide care services to adults of all ages whenever and wherever they need. Our caregivers make it possible for seniors to remain in their homes, the elderly to cope with chronic illnesses, those with disabilities to handle their special needs, those recovering from surgery to heal, new moms to adjust, and families of military personnel to cope. Even if a person just wants to talk, our caregivers are there to make life better.
Why Choose Home Care Over Senior Care in a Facility?
The simple answer is independence. In-home care allows the elderly to stay active for longer, while keeping up with their routine and enjoying some mobility. It is better for their emotional being as well, because it is common for seniors to become depressed after their life is negatively impacted by being put into a nursing home.
Sometimes families seek out a caregiver from FirstLight to pay a visit to an assisted living facility, nursing home, or retirement community. The goal is to provide additional companionship and help with tasks that may not be a part of the facility, such as going out to eat at a favorite restaurant, taking care of errands, or visiting the doctor.
Here are some of the ways that we can help: