Extraordinary People. Exceptional Care
Providing The Best In-Home Care, Elderly Care & Senior Care
Who knows your parent or elderly loved one better than you do? When you put your trust in our team to provide quality care, we want to know your thoughts throughout the process. We have the same goal – to help them be independent and maintain a high quality of life for as long as they possibly can. We want your loved one to feel safe and comfortable around us, which is why we spend time talking with them. All the while, we keep you involved and informed so that you know they are being cared for in the same way you would take care of them yourself. Your peace of mind is one of our top priorities when you entrust your loved one to us!
Here are some of the ways that we can help:
FirstLight Home Care provides with non-medical care services, which means we assist with a whole host of tasks including cleaning, laundry, cooking, and personal hygiene needs such as continence and toileting care, bathing, assistance with mobility, and help with eating. Our services are there for you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, whether you need short-term or long-term help.
Age doesn’t matter when it comes to our services either. We can assist people of any age, at any time, and at any place. This includes those who have special needs or disabilities, seniors who need help to remain in their homes, elderly people with chronic illnesses, someone recovering from an illness or surgery, new mothers, and even the families of our honorable deployed military personnel. Sometimes, we even serve those people who just need someone to spend time with and talk to in their day-to-day lives.
What Are The Advantages of Home Care Versus Care in a Facility?
Freedom is the focus when it comes to in-home care. Allowing seniors to remain active longer, maintain their mobility and keep their own schedules are just some of the reasons to use these types of services. And because seniors who are put into nursing homes often suffer from depression, in-home care can help them emotionally too. A high quality of life is our primary consideration.
Families will sometimes ask FirstLight caregivers to visit a loved one in their nursing home, retirement community, or assisted living facility to offer assitance and help with tasks that may not be done in their community. Examples include running errands, accompanying them to doctor’s appointments, and even taking a side trip for a meal at a local eatery.
How Do I Get Started With Home Care?
If you would like to learn more about companion care, personal care, dementia care or any of our non-medical home care services, give us a call today or contact your local FirstLight Home Care location today.