Description of Assisting Hands Home Care Austin
At Assisting Hands Home Care, our goal is to provide the highest quality of care and exceptional service. When life's events - aging, illness, or disability - make living independently more difficult, we can help to maintain an independent lifestyle.
Caregivers are the heart of Assisting Hands Home Care. We hire caring and compassionate people who enjoy helping others. Our caregivers are highly trained, certified in CPR, bonded and insured. All caregivers must pass a thorough background prior to being hired.
Whether you are looking for personal care, homemaker services, companion services, or sitter services, Assisting Hands Home Care will customize our services to meet your needs and schedule. Services are available in any setting where there is a need home, rehab facilities, hospitals, independent or assisted living facilities or other care facilities. We offer flexible scheduling up to 24/7 care.
Although many of our clients are seniors, Assisting Hands Home Care can help in many other situations. Our clients include those recovering from surgery or hospitalization, people with disabilities, hospice patients, new mothers or expectant mothers on restricted activity, and those suffering from other illnesses which make the activities of daily living difficult.
At Assisting Hands Home Care, our staff is committed to being available to you and your loved ones 24/7. With over 25 years of experience in Home Care, Home Health, Hospice, Assisted Living and dementia care, we are available to answer your questions and ensure that any care issues are resolved quickly. We continually monitor the performance of our caregivers looking for opportunities to improve the quality of care. Call for a free assessment!
We will customize our services to meet your needs and schedule. A partial list of available services is outlined below.
- Bathing, dressing, grooming and hygiene
- Meal planning, preparation and feeding assistance
- Toileting and incontinent care
- Medication reminders
- Oral hygiene
- Ambulation, transfers and mobility
- Respite/relief for family caregivers
- Companionship, reading, writing letters
- Recreational, social and religious activities
- Errands, grocery shopping, picking up prescriptions
- Hobbies, games, exercise
- Accompany to doctor appointments
- Sitter services and transportation
- Light housekeeping
- Laundry, make bed, change bed linens
- Sweeping, mopping, dishes, take out trash
- Organizing incoming mail
- Pet care and feeding
- Vacuuming and dusting
Caregiver Skills lnclude:
Ethics, Patient Transfers, Stress Management, Transition Issues, Grief Issues,
Family Communication, Communicating with Dementia Patients
Caregivers are employed, bonded and insured: : Yes
Caregivers are available 24 hours a day: : Yes
Caregivers are available to assisted living facilities : Yes