Beyond Home Care
Redefining Personal Care
At Beyond Home Care we provide non-medical caregiving services and support to promote an independent lifestyle in the comfort of your home. We are insured and bonded and each of our caregivers are fully trained and screened to put your mind at ease.
At Beyond Home Care we provide in home care services for elderly and disabled individuals needing assistance with activities of daily living. This could include getting out of bed in the morning, bathing, toileting, getting dressed, cooking a meal, running errands, driving to an appointment, light housekeeping, or even companion care. The possibilities for in home care are endless.
Our goal is to keep our clients as active as possible in their own homes to promote overall health and well being. With our personally tailored care plans, you will receive the individual care you need with the dignity and respect you deserve.
Beyond Home Care is insured and bonded and all of our caregivers are thoroughly screened for your safety and peace of mind. We continuously train our caregivers to ensure their skills stay up to date so you receive the best possible care.
At Beyond Home Care our goal is not only to provide the best in personal in home care, but to go above…and beyond.
Home Care Services
Homemaking: We can assist you or your loved one with preparing or serving meals, light housekeeping, laundry, medication reminders, running errands, or escorts to and from appointments.
Personal Care: Our caregivers can provide clients with assistance with personal hygiene, bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, transferring from bed to wheelchairs or walkers, or even walking up and down stairs.
Companionship: Companion care may consist of reminding a client to bathe, supervise meals and snacks, perform essential housekeeping duties, accompanying a client to appointments or the grocery store and maintaining a safe environment in their home.
Transitional Care: Transitioning home from the hospital or rehab facility can be scary for both the individual and supporting family. A caregiver can help create a smooth transition back to the home by promoting an environment of healing and reducing the risk of further injury.