• 100 M Street SE, Suite 600
    Washington, DC 20003

    Mailing Address:
    10686 Sourwood Avenue
    Waldorf, Maryland 20603
  • 301-613-8446
  • 301-632-6412
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Non-medical home care does not provide any medical services to patients. They usually provide caregivers and companions to assist patients with personal care, daily living activities, meal preparation, housekeeping and transportation and leisure activities.

Companionship/Sitter Services

Provide a multiple of services such as reminding (medication, dates, routines, etc.), maintaining patient’s comfort level, assisting with meals and feeding, providing companionship and conversation, seeking assistance from the hospital/facility nurse when patient is in need, monitoring patient activity (i.e. ensuring patient stays in bed, IVs remain in place, etc.), Supervising patient through the night, ensuring family members that their loved one is safe when they are unable to be there, entertaining (games, crafts, reading, etc.)

Homemaker/Home Management Services

A homemaker handles household responsibilities as his or her main daily activity. A homemaker may work full-time to maintain the home environment. Services include, cooking, housekeeping, laundry, maintenance of small home equipment, and maintaining the immediate environment of the home such as lawn services.

Personal Care Services

Personal care services provide non-medical hands-on assistance with activities of daily living for older adults and adults living with disabilities or other chronic conditions. A personal care worker helps individuals to bathe, dress, eat, and navigate a range of other daily tasks. In essence, the personal care worker does tasks for the individual that they are unable to do for themselves independently because of disability due to disease, trauma, or the natural progression of aging.

Caregiver Respite care is the provision of short-term, temporary relief to those who are caring for family members who might otherwise require permanent placement in a facility outside the home. Respite programs provide planned short-term and time-limited breaks for families and other unpaid care givers of children with a developmental delay and adults with an intellectual disability in order to support and maintain the primary care giving relationship. Respite also provides a positive experience for the person receiving care.

Friendly Reassurance

They Offers a special program for seniors, disabled persons, and other homebound individuals who live alone. Friendly reassurance offer visit over the telephone for a set time with a specially trained volunteer. Medication reminders can also be requested during this daily chat. It can also include telephone visit with emergency follow-up if the individual fails to answer the telephone.

Live-In Care services, live in-care providers reside in the home of the client to provide services for a set number of hours or a 24 hour live-in care for people whose increasing age or disability impacts on their ability to cope. Live-in care can help with a variety of tasks including domestic responsibilities, personal care, shopping services, home administration, medication reminders, transportation, providing companionship and much more.