Caregiver and Home Health Aide Services | Best of Care

Types of Services

Our caregivers provide the following services in your or your loved one’s home, in an assisted living facility or a retirement community. We offer services from as little as one hour per day to 24-hour home health care seven days a week.

Best of Care’s services help people with the activities of daily living that have become difficult or require total assistance. We work with families to help their loved ones successfully age in place, in the place they call home. Our home health aides, homemakers and companions provide a link to the outside world for people limited by the effects of illness, disease or aging. Our licensed nurses offer clinical support, monitoring and a liaison with your loved one’s physician.

Home Health Aide Services for personal care

  • Assistance with bathing (bed, tub, shower, sponge) and dressing
  • Assistance with dental, false teeth and mouth care
  • Assistance in and out of bathroom and with toileting
  • Assistance with ambulation and transfers
  • Implementation of physical therapy and exercise programs
  • Prepare and serve healthy diets

Live-in Caregiver Services

  • 24/7 support from experienced caregivers who live with clients
  • Offers safety and supervision
  • Daily communication between Best of Care, live-in caregiver and client family members
  • Assistance with bathing (bed, tub, shower, sponge) and dressing
  • Assistance with dental, false teeth and mouth care
  • Assistance in and out of bathroom and with toileting
  • Assistance with ambulation and transfers
  • Implementation of physical therapy and exercise programs
  • Prepare and serve healthy meals

Homemakers and Companions for housekeeping and socialization

  • Household management
  • Kitchen maintenance
  • General cleaning
  • Bathroom cleaning
  • Meal preparation
  • Shopping and errands
  • General companionship and socialization

Hospice for end-of-life care

Home health aides and/or homemakers and companions to provide home care to terminally ill persons.

Psychiatric home care services

  • Support for people who are withdrawn socially or disoriented.
  • Certified home health aides will prompt, cue and provide hands-on assistance with personal care tasks such as bathing, dressing, toileting, eating, and medication reminders.
  • Aides can also perform light housekeeping, laundry and groceries.

Acquired Brain Injury services

  • Certified home health aides will prompt, cue and provide hands-on assistance with personal care tasks such as bathing, dressing, toileting, eating, and medication reminders. Aides can also perform light housekeeping, laundry and groceries.
  • Transportation to appointments, companionship, assistance with light exercise and/or physical therapy routines, socialization, mental stimulation and encouragement to relearn household skills.