Senior care services for your loved one in Greater Burlington
As we age, living alone can become difficult. At Home Care Assistance of Greater Burlington, we work to help older adults stay active and independent as they age, providing essential care and companionship so seniors can live in their own homes as long as possible. Our caregivers provide needed companionship and essential assistance to older adults for anywhere from a few hours to 24/7 in-home care. Our home care professionals can assist with daily tasks such as…
- Cooking and cleaning
- Transportation to doctors appointments
- In-home mobility
- Bathing, dressing and personal care
- Companionship and cognitive function support
Our specialized services include…
We offer home care on an hourly basis, providing complete flexibility to match your unique needs. Our care plans do not require contracts and begin at only four hours. This way, your Home Care Assistance service can change as your needs do.
Live-in or 24-hour care enables older adults with chronic conditions or full-time needs to remain in their homes, supported by our expert caregivers. Knowing a licensed home care provider is always there to assist your loved one provides peace of mind and ensures your loved one ages in place safely.
Alzheimer’s not only wears down a senior’s cognitive functions but also impacts their emotional wellbeing. Our specialized senior care for Alzheimer’s patients connects you with a caregiver who is trained to both manage cognitive decline and support emotional health.
A Dementia diagnosis comes with many challenges for older adults. To help manage those challenges, our caregivers are trained in the Cognitive Therapeutics Method — a proprietary care program that promotes cognitive stimulation for seniors who are dealing with memory loss or confusion.
Our in-home stroke recovery services provide stroke survivors with the monitoring and support needed for a safe and comfortable recovery at home. Recovering from a stroke can be frustrating as patients work to regain basic functions. This is why Home Care Assistance of Greater Burlington offers assistance with all dimensions of recovery, like transportation to doctor’s appointments, grocery shopping, and even helping your senior follow physician recommended at home exercises.
Life for after a Parkinson’s diagnosis changes a lot. It is vital to have a flexible care plan that can adjust to future health challenges and decline. Home Care Assistance offers Parkinson’s home care with no contracts, making our care accommodating and flexible.
We believe hospice care is a partnership between our client, their family, their physician and a personal caregiver. Our home care providers work with families and doctors to provide the best end-of-life care for seniors so they are able to enjoy their remaining time with family and in their home.
Home Care Assistance of Greater Burlington helps ensure a smooth transition from hospital to home. Even if your loved one is staying in an assisted living facility or a nursing home, our caregivers can provide 24-hour assistance with personal care to help them recover and reduce the chances of having to be re-admitted to the hospital.