We understand that your loved one may have trouble keeping up with personal hygiene. Caregivers can assist in bathing, toileting, dressing, teeth brushing or any other personal hygiene assistance needed. A caregiver can provide a safe and comfortable environment and deliver assistance with the utmost discretion. Let a referred caregiver provide personalized, hands-on assistance with a large variety of daily activities.
Take a look at some of the personal care services a caregiver can provide:
Referred caregivers can provide bathing assistance including a sponge bath, full shower or standby assist shower needs. Caregivers can also help apply lotion as needed.
Referred caregivers can provide assistance to navigate to the toilet or bedside commode, using a urinal or bedpan, perineal care, and changing of incontinence pads/briefs.
Shaving, oral care, nail care, hair washing and styling are all part of grooming care that referred caregivers can provide to adults in need.
Many adults need assistance with dressing. Referred caregivers can help with clothing changes, removing/putting on shoes, and using compression wear.
Transferring and Repositioning
The services referred caregivers can provide but are not limited to, assisting while getting out of bed and helping to engage in light activity (such as sitting, standing, or walking) with or without the use of a Hoyer Lift.
Exercise & Recreation
Referred caregivers can assist on walks and range of motion exercises for joint function and flexibility.