Leaders in Home Care recognizes senior care providers who invest in the training of their care team. On this website you’ll find several different types of providers:
Non-Medical Home Care
Home Care refers to supportive care provided in the home, by caregivers who are not nurses, doctors or licensed medical providers.
- shopping for groceries
- meal preperation
- companion care services
- assistance with activities of daily living
Home Health refers to medical care services provided in your home, typically following a hospital or emergency room stay.
- wound care
- bathing and hygene
- rehabilitation services
- theraputic services
- monitoring of serious illnesses
- monitoring of unstable health status
Assisted Living refers to housing that provides housekeeping, prepared meals, medication management, and personal care support.
- 24-hour supervision and security
- highly trained and licensed staff
- daily prepared meals
- housekeeping & laundry services
- health and wellness programs
- social programs
Hospice refers to care provided to a terminally ill individual nearing the end of life.
- medical interventions to reduce pain
- maximizing comfort and dignity
- addressing physical and psychological needs
- addressing social and spiritual needs
- supporting family members and loved ones