Compassion Crest Home Care provides personal care services that allow individuals to stay in their own homes while receiving necessary assistance with daily activities such as bathing, dressing, and eating. Our trained companions respect an individual’s privacy and dignity while providing compassionate care. They also offer additional support with tasks like meal preparation, housekeeping, transportation, and shopping. From regular check-ins to long-term companionship, our personal care services provide meaningful support for those who need it most, allowing them to maintain their independence and live their best life possible in the comfort of their own home.
Personal care is a necessary part of life for many people who need help with daily activities. It’s an important service that allows them to stay in their own homes and maintain a high quality of life. Personal care services provide assistance with bathing, dressing, eating and other ADLs, as well as medication reminders and other forms of support.
Personal care at home is about helping someone maintain their independence while providing the extra support they need to be safe and comfortable.
Personal care companions are trained to provide compassionate and respectful care, while respecting the individual’s privacy and dignity.
They are there to help individuals accomplish tasks they cannot do on their own, such as getting dressed or brushing their teeth.
Personal care companions can provide additional support with meal preparation, housekeeping, transportation, errands, shopping and more. They are there to ensure that someone’s physical needs are taken care of so they can focus on living their best life possible — all from the comfort of their own home.
From regular check-ins to long-term companionship, personal care provides meaningful support for those who need it most — allowing them to remain independent in their own homes for as long as possible.
Compassion Crest and my mom’s caregiver have been truly awesome! My father passed away 3 years ago and I live across the country from my elderly mother. Having Compassion Crest as a care service has been a game-changer! Whether she has appointments, needs some light cleaning, grocery shopping or gas, the support received by this company has helped ease my mind tremendously!
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Personal care at home is an invaluable way to provide support and respite care for those who are aging, disabled, or are dealing with a chronic illness. The benefits of this type of care can be immense, both for the individual receiving it and their families.
First and foremost, personal care at home allows the individual to stay in their own home, surrounded by their familiar belongings and beloved family members.
In addition to providing comfort and familiarity, this also means that the person receiving care has greater control over how they receive assistance.
For example, if a person is getting help with bathing or dressing from a home care companion, they can choose when they prefer to have that help.
Moreover, there is often an emotional benefit associated with having someone around who is devoted to helping out with day-to-day activities. This sense of companionship can bring tremendous peace-of-mind to both the recipient of care and their family members. Plus, having somebody on hand who knows your routine and preferences can make life much easier for everyone involved.
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) are everyday tasks that help to ensure a person’s health and wellbeing. These activities encompass everything from brushing teeth to preparing meals; they are the essential, habitual actions that make up a person’s daily routine.
When providing personal care at home, it is important to be mindful of an individual’s ADLs. The most basic ADLs include:
More advanced ADLs may include cooking and shopping for food as well as housekeeping tasks.
No matter what type of personal care is needed at home, understanding each individual’s Activities of Daily Living is essential to providing the best possible care in a way that maintains dignity while promoting independence.