For that reason, Helping Hands Caregivers is proud to offer compassionate in-home care for the physically or cognitively disabled – adults and children alike.

Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s) and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL’s) are things that we take for granted. However, for some these daily fundamentals become challenging. Recognizing a person’s limitations is the first step in developing a care plan (or making a referral for care) to provide the appropriate type and level of assistance. Determining the type of ADL and IADL care that is needed also enables a clear idea of whether or not staying at home with care is an option.

Certified Care Personnel

  • Activities of Daily Living (ADL)
  • Vital signs (temperature, pulse, respiration and blood pressure)
  • Universal precautions procedures

Non-Medical Care/Activities of Daily Living (ADL)

  • Ambulation/wheelchair assistance
  • Grooming/bathing/dressing/toileting
  • Light housework/meal preparation
  • Shopping/errands
  • Companionship/accompaniment to school

Also, feel free to ask about our resources when seeking disabled access equipment (chairs, ramps, etc.). We partner with a number of reputable organizations who specialize in these essential products.

For your convenience, we are licensed for Medicaid reimbursements; however, private pay situations are welcome and many long term care insurance providers are accepted. In any case, our informed staff will help you analyze our care packages and potential payment schedules to determine which is best for your family.

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