Qualified Caregivers Assisting Adults In-Home
Some of our clients need someone to talk to or a listening ear. Others have limited mobility after surgery or due to health concerns and seek help with everyday chores like cooking, laundry or shopping. Sometimes, family members caring for their loved one need an opportunity to recharge and rest.
AmeriCare Fayetteville’s non-medical, in-home services provide solutions for all these situations without the loved one having to leave their own living room. Our care plans promote self-sustainability and continuance of daily activities at home.
We Offer In-Home Care Services
The aging process is much easier and more pleasant in the comforting environment of one’s own home. AmeriCare Fayetteville ensures that your loved one gets all of the caregiver’s devotion, compassion, and care. Your loved one gets individualized care at the mandatory level to reach the well-being they deserve — whether it is temporary or permanent care.
Being alone for long periods of time can lead to boredom and a sense of despair. Our caregivers provide conversation, laughter and companionship when it’s needed the most. Whether it’s a game of cards, watching a movie or sharing a meal together, our compassionate caregivers provide friendship and fun.
Many older loved ones are still able to live on their own, but need assistance with some daily activities in order to maintain their independence. Our caregivers are glad to help with errands, pet care, bathing and hygiene, reading assistance, laundry and other personal care services.
Post Operative Care
Recovering from surgery takes time and often requires a break from regular physical activities. AmeriCare assists in the recovery process by providing non-medical personal care while you recuperate. Our caregivers coordinate with our clients’ family and doctors to develop a care plan that leads to a full recovery without the worry of a huge to-do list when you’re back on your feet.
Life is hectic. Especially for those raising families while caring for an older parent or family member. While caring for a loved one can be rewarding, it can also be exhausting. Our caregivers can step in and provide respite care to allow you to take time for yourself, go to work or spend time with your spouse and kids.