There are times when we all can use a helping hand. Our personal care assistance solutions are designed to provide peace of mind for you and your family. While your home care assistant will assist you with daily activities, like bathing and dressing, meal preparation and many other household tasks, we also want to preserve your dignity by maximizing your independence and safety. Our licensed nurses and team of certified caregivers are highly trained and thoroughly screened to ensure you’ll get compassionate, excellent care.

Our Homecare Heroes Help You Remain Comfy & Safe

Homecare Hero helping elderly woman with pillsAt Trusted Hearts, our homecare heroes #1 goal is to help you remain in your home. We want to make sure that your home remains your comfy, safe space. A typical day may involve assistance with self-care. The caregiver will arrive and assist you with getting out of the bed and maneuvering to the bathroom. This may include assistance with using the toilet and showering/bathing. If you are less mobile, assistance may include a diaper change and sponge bath before getting dressed. The home care assistant can also help with planning and preparing meals, sorting and washing laundry, light chores, running errands, accompanying you to appointments, and medication reminders. Care is provided in shifts of 4 up to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If less than 4 hours are needed, special rates may apply.

Home Care Assistants Help with These Daily Activities

  • Bathing
  • Grooming
  • Dressing
  • Mouth care
  • Toileting
  • Transferring Bed/Chair
  • Walking
  • Climbing Stairs
  • Eating
  • Shopping
  • Cooking
  • Light Housework
  • Laundry
  • Medication Management & Reminders

How to Pay for Personal Care Assistance

A home care assistant can be paid by multiple sources. They include: directly by the person or family receiving services (private pay), home and community-based waiver programs (Medicaid), Veterans aid and attendance benefits, and long-term care insurance.