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24 Hour Home Care and Live-in Care in Lake Country

Seniors do not have to be alone when they need care!

As we age, there may come a day when we need in-home health care services. Of course, we all would like to stay in our own home as long as possible. So understanding your options ahead of time is beneficial. Many seniors and disabled individuals often need the help of skilled caregivers. 24-hour home care or Live-In care services are often better alternatives to assisted living facilities or nursing homes. But how are 24-hour home care services different from Live-In care services?

  • Home Helpers 24 Hour Home Care Options

  • 24-Hour Home Care Shift Services: With 24/7 home care, our caregivers provide the skilled care your loved one needs in the comfort of home, at any hour. It’s easy to find home caregivers that come by the house during the daytime hours. But your loved one may also need help during the night too. Our trained caregivers can work in shifts. They will tailor a home care plan that works best for you or your loved one's specific needs. Whether it's personal care, memory care, or a combination of home care services. You don't need to provide sleeping quarters, since the caregivers rotate in shifts. It is a great way of knowing your disabled or elderly loved one will never be alone. Our caregivers are not only highly-skilled but compassionate.
  • Live-In Caregiver Services: Our Live-In home care services are how they sound. One or more caregivers would be available to tend to your loved one during the day. They would sleep in the home at night, making them more accessible when needed. These live-in caregivers will sleep in the home and awaken at night to assist your loved one when ever they need. For these home care services, you would provide the caregiver with sleeping quarters. Some people with dementia can't be alone due to their condition. But they don't need constant medical care. For individuals in these types of situations, live-in services may be the best option. We customize the hours and type of care services to meet your loved one’s specific needs. Reassuring family members that their loved one has the care they need.

  • Benefits of 24/7 Home Care Services from Home Helpers:

  • Help is always there! Even if it’s going to the toilet, your loved one will always have the assistance they need.
  • Help preparing meals.
  • Assistance with personal care such as bathing and getting dressed.
  • Light housekeeping and assistance with laundry.
  • Timely medication administration.
  • Immediate assistance in case of emergency, including communicating with loved ones.
  • Companionship and comfort that comes from the same familiar and friendly faces each day.

With our 24-Hour caregiving services, you will no longer have to worry or be afraid your loved one won’t have the help when they need it. Whether it’s just daily assistance with normal tasks or more attentive care with live-in care services, we provide the most compassionate and skilled care available near Lake Country! Also, with live-in caregivers, you will not have to worry about payroll taxes, liability or worker’s compensation insurance since they are directly employed by our agency.

Let us take away the worry and stress that comes with being a caregiver so that you can just enjoy your loved one while they remain at home where they are most comfortable and secure! Contact us at (262) 379-3382 to schedule your free in-home care assessment.

Steps to Care

  1. 1.
    Initial Call Once we’ve received your information, we will have a detailed call to gather more information on the care situation, answer any pressing concerns, and set up a time to meet in person.
  2. 2.
    In-home Care Assessment Here we will answer all your questions, and ask some of our own to craft a Cared-4Customized Care Plan to your unique needs.
  3. 3.
    Start of Care We will come with our Caregiver on the first day of care to go through the Care Plan together and help with introductions.
  4. 4.
    Client Visits Once we have begun care, we will pop in at times our Caregiver is there to see how things are going and determine if we need to adjust the Care Plan.