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Home Care

  • Light Housekeeping

  • Meal Preparation

  • Bathing, Dressing and Personal Hygiene

  • Eating Assistance and/or Feeding

  • Diet Monitoring and Compliance

  • Transport or Escort to Appointments

  • Medication Reminders

  • Grocery Shopping and Medication Pick up

  • Transfers and Standby Assistance

  • Toileting Assistance

  • Wheelchairs and/or Walkers Assistance

  • Companionship and Social Activities

  • Skilled Nursing Care (RNs and LPNs)--Idaho only

  • Case Management (coordination of care)

  • Coordination of Billing with Long-Term Care Insurance

Respite Care

  • Reprieve for Family

  • Meal preparation and Feeding Assistance

  • Light Housekeeping and Laundry

  • Getting Up and Out of Bed

  • Bathing and Dressing Assistance

  • Entertainment and Companionship

  • Medication reminder

  • Case Management (coordination of care)

  • Coordination of Billing with Long-Term Care Insurance

Private Duty and Custom Care

  • Hourly and Live-In  (2 hour minimum)

  • Post-Operative 

  • Hospice

  • Alzheimer’s and Dementia 

  • Activities of Daily Living

  • Transportation to Appointments and Errands

  • Shopping

  • Housekeeping and Laundry

  • Medication Pick-up and Reminders

  • Religious Services

  • Community Events and Social Outings

  • Case Management (coordination of care)

Services are available seven days per week, with a 2-hour minimum, including all holidays. Around-the-clock, 24-hour care is available at a reduced rate (certain requirements apply). A free in-home assessment by an RN, Area Manager or senior intake manager is done in order to assess the level of care a new client might need or has requested. This usually takes up to an hour to “get acquainted” and provides the client or a family member the chance to meet with someone from our company in order to better establish a level of comfort and a good working relationship between everyone. When necessary, we will consult with a client’s physician(s), social worker, hospital or any other provider or agency, when requested or needed, to ensure we get the Plan of Care right the first time and keep it current at all times.


This Plan of Care or “Care Plan” outlines a client’s unique or specialized needs, likes and dislikes and any other information necessary to ensure the client’s safety, effectiveness and well-being at home. The Care Plan is always drawn up with the client’s or family member’s help and approval. As we begin care in the home, we match the needs of the client to the best possible caregiver by encouraging our clients to help in the selection of their caregivers through interviews or introductory meetings. Bringing a stranger into an individual’s home for the first time is difficult in the best of circumstances and this method of introduction has proven to be very successful and well received by our clients and their family members.


Contact us today to find out more about our in-home care services.

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