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Hourly Care

Hourly home care allows you or a loved one to be in control of setting a schedule that best suits your needs. Whether it is 4 hours once a week or a 12-hour shift, Care Indeed can coordinate with any schedule to ensure you or a loved one gets the right care you or they deserve.

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Personal & Lifestyle Needs:

  • Advocate on behalf of client needs and requests
  • Aiding with reading
  • Ambulation assistance
  • Assisting with pet care
  • Assistance with toileting
  • Assistance with writing letters and correspondence
  • Bathing, dressing, and grooming
  • Communicate & monitor lifestyle needs, changes, & concerns
  • Hospital sitting and companionship
  • Light housekeeping
  • Meal preparation and shopping
  • Medication pickup
  • Medication reminders
  • Promotion of balanced dietary habits and restrictions
  • Provide mental stimulation and activity
  • Range-of-motion exercises (active and passive)
  • Support and foster emotional well-being
  • Transportation and escorting to social events or appointments

Overnight Care

Care Indeed can provide overnight care for you or a loved one that may benefit from having a caregiver present to ensure a good night’s sleep is possible. A caregiver from our team will arrive at you or your loved one’s home before bedtime and stay until the morning. During this time, they will be attentive to any needs or concerns that may occur during the night hours.

Common tasks:

  • Assistance with toileting
  • Fall prevention
  • Bathing and grooming
  • Health monitoring
  • Companion care
  • Meal preparation
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Transportation

We know that remaining mobile is crucial for healthy and active aging. For some, transportation is a vital support service and may be an important way to connect with friends and loved ones. Our caregivers—all bonded and insured—can provide the transportation options you or a loved one may need and with the safety and reliability you or they deserve.

Common tasks:

  • Driving to appointments
  • Driving for personal errands
  • Driving to church functions or events
  • Vising friends and family

Hospital-sitting and Companionship

Needing to take time off to be at the hospital with a loved one can be challenging and stressful. A hospital sitter can be a valued resource for you or a loved one who may need 24-hour care. A home health aide (HHA) or certified nursing assistant (CNA) can be there to provide support as well as help prevent accidents such as falling or accidental removal of IVs. In addition to working within a hospital, an HHA or CNA can provide support to you or a loved one within a nursing home or assisted living facility.

Common tasks:

  • Assistance with the discharge process
  • Assistance with follow-up doctor appointments
  • Assistance with communication with doctors and staff
  • Driving you or a loved one home from the hospital
  • Look out for medication reactions
  • Watch for any signs or symptoms requiring immediate attention
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