A loved one may need 24 Hour Care or Live-In Care, either temporarily or ongoing. Home Helpers is able to provide round-the-clock assistance in the home, here in Bradenton,
Round-the-clock care may be critical temporarily after suffering a traumatic injury or while recovering from surgery. Individuals may need ongoing help if they have special needs or if their cognitive abilities are impaired by Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, brain tumors, or a stroke.
Home Helpers of Bradenton can tailor care around the clock to meet the needs of your loved one. Call us at (941) 999-1960 to discuss.
24/7 Care: A loved one may require an alert caregiver be present at all times when leaving them, even for short periods of time, can be dangerous. This type of intensive caregiving is ideal for someone who has severe cognitive decline or is bed bound. We typically provide care in three 8-hour shifts per day or two 12-hour shifts per day, including overnight. You are not responsible for providing meals or sleeping quarters for the caregivers.
Live-In Services: These services can be provided with a few as one caregiver or in teams of up to 3 caregivers. There is typically one caregiver per 24 hour period. Live in caregivers will need to be provided a bed in a private room as well as meals. Live in caregivers must also have adequate time for personal breaks and sleep time. A loved
While you may want to personally care for a loved one or friend, it may not always be physically or emotionally possible to provide 24-hour or live-in help. Round-the-clock care may not only benefit your loved one but also you and your family as well by making life easier. Below are some of the benefits of these services:
Intensive caregiving around the clock may be critical no matter where your loved one may be, so Home Helpers offers home care services in other locations as well:
Our senior home care services including homemaker care, companion care, personal care, Alzheimer’s and dementia care, respite care, 24 hour care & live-in care, and monitoring and medical alert services are available in Manatee County and Sarasota County in and around the communities of Anna Maria, Bradenton, Bradenton Beach, Ellenton, Holmes Beach, Lakewood Ranch, Longboat Key, Myakka City, Palmetto, Parrish, and Sarasota. Our main office is located at 4230 59th St W, Ste C, Bradenton, FL 34209.