Our mission is to provide individualized services allowing each client to age in place.
We are an in-home, non-medical care giving service that provides the elderly and disabled with services such as: personal care, light housework, meal preparation, shopping, Dr. Appts, medication reminders/assistance, companionship, pet care, and family respite. We are licensed, insured and bonded.
Our care givers are certified, have fingerprint clearance cards, are drug tested, have valid CPR cards, food handler cards, are TB tested annually and have ongoing training. We provide all types of training from learning about diseases and disabilities to better assist our clients, to learning a lot about the many types of dementia and how to help those that suffer from them, to basic care giving and safety courses. We take great pride in assisting our clients and taking care of our employees!
We have provided our area with in-home, non-medical care since 2011. We are licensed, bonded and insured. We come to the client whether it is in their own home, an assisted living facility, or a family member's home. We meet for a brief assessment to see what your needs are and to come up with a care plan that works best for you. We currently have a two-hour minimum and we try to be flexible to accommodate everyone's unique scheduling needs. We take great pride in our business and hope you give us a call. We will direct you on the right path for your needs and budget.
Nail Care (No Diabetic foot care)
Basic home repairs
Basic home maintenance
DCW (Direct Care Worker) Classes
"The fact that I can reach somebody when I need help is what I like most. Also the caregivers are loving, kind, very thoughtful and dependable"
D. Shockley, Lake Havasu
" Caregivers are on time, friendly, caring , dedicated and efficient "
R. Rado - Lake Havasu
"The people are pleasant, efficient and very thoughtful. When doing my grocery shopping when I had two sprained ankles the caregiver went above and beyond to make sure I had what I needed."
We take great pride in the work we do and in the standards we require of our care givers. All of our care givers have the following:
PCA Certification or higher (ie., CNA)
Fingerprint Clearance Card
TB tested annually
Training in dementia specific skills
Proof of Drivers License
Proof of Auto Insurance
Food Handlers Card
Ongoing Care Giving Skills Training