Personal Care Services for Seniors, Elderly & Disabled Adults
What are Personal Care Services?
Personal care and hygiene services help seniors and disabled adults with daily activities they once did for themselves, including, but not limited to bathing or brushing their teeth. These in home services can vary widely depending on your needs, but the goal is to keep clients clean, comfortable, and looking their best.
Start the Day with Confidence
For most people, using the bathroom is the first task of the morning. Caregivers can assist clients with using the restroom, showering, brushing their teeth, and getting dressed for the day.
Here’s a list of common personal care services that clients request from their caregivers:
Frequently Asked Questions About Live-in & Overnight Care
What is included in live-in care?
How many hours does live-in care cover?
Though live-in care is a 24-hour service, typically the caregiver is available for 16 hours, because they are entitled to 8 hours of sleep. Caregivers need proper sleep to perform at their peak. If you need someone to be awake for 24 hours continuously, then you would be looking for 24-hour care, where multiple caregivers rotate shifts to provide support.
Can live-in care be short term and long term?
Yes! Live-in care can be used for any length of time. We understand that there are times when you need a live-in caregiver for a few days, perhaps after surgery, as well as for more permanent situations.
How can I pay for live-in care?
There are many different ways to pay for non-medical home care. If you’re interested in more information, please check out our ways to pay for home care guide.
Can live-in caregivers help in nursing facilities?
Yes, they can! Caregivers can provide support wherever your family member resides. This way your loved one receives the care they need and one-on-one attention, no matter the living situation.
What is included in overnight care?
Does live-in care include overnight care?
It depends on the care needs. A live-in caregiver can help with interruptions at night. However, if there are so many interruptions that the caregiver can’t get 5 consecutive hours of sleep, then you may need to consider adding overnight care service with another caregiver.