In the past, assisted living facilities and nursing homes were viewed as the only choice for aging adults who needed around-the-clock care. We are proud to offer an alternative. Caregivers can provide home care services in the clients’ home for 24 hours a day. Often times a client will have two or three caregivers that rotate over the course of a day. This allows the client continuity of care in the comfort of their own home.

Freedom Home Care understands that making the right choice for your family member or patient is important for their physical and mental well-being. It is for this reason alone that choosing 24 hour care may be the right approach for your family member.


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Assistance with activities related to the care of the client’s physical health may include:


  • Bathing

  • Dressing

  • Grooming

  • Routine hair and skin care

  • Preparing meals

  • Feeding

  • Exercising

  • Toileting

  • Transferring/Ambulating



Assistance with housekeeping activities that support the client’s health and safety may include:                                                 

  • Changing bed linens

  • Laundering

  • Shopping

  • Storing purchase items

  • Washing dishes



  • Helping start and end the day (getting out of and into bed, dressing)

  • Reminder services

  • Assisting with mobility

  • Preparing meals and feeding

  • Providing companionship and conversation

  • Performing light housekeeping

  • Running errands (prescription pick-up, dry cleaning, grocery shopping, etc.

  • Organizing and reading mail

  • Escorting to appointments (doctor appointments and social engagements)

  • Assisting with pet care

  • Entertaining (games, crafts, reading, etc.

  • Home safety evaluation



Our Respite Care Services include, but are not limited to:

• Assistance with activities of daily living
• Performing personal care (bathing, grooming, etc)
• Dressing
• Meal preparation
• Performing light housekeeping
• Laundry
• Providing companionship
• Entertaining
• Oral hygiene and skin care
• Incontinence care
• Assistance with ambulation
• Providing transfer assistance



Dedicated Quality Home Care provides care services to families of those with Alzheimer's disease or dementia. Our Care-Givers provide the highest quality of Alzheimer's care. We can customize a program that:


  • Provides medication reminders

  • Helps with the daily activities of living such as bathing and dressing

  • Provides relief to the individual’s caregivers by assisting with routine home management issues such as housekeeping or laundry.

  • Create and maintains a safe and calm environment.

  • Allows the senior to remain safe and calm at home

  • Encourages engagement

  • Provides nutritious meals

  • Creates social interaction

  • Provides mind-stimulating activities

  • Manages changing behaviors

  • Honors who the senior was earlier in life

  • Supports the family



Facility and in-home sitter services may include the following:


  • 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.)

  • Assuring the patient will not be left unattended and will be accompanied by aide at all times

  • Assisting with personal care activities (bathing, grooming, etc.)

  • Assisting with mobility

  • Performing light housekeeping

  • Running errands (prescription pick-up, dry cleaning, etc.)

  • Organizing and reading mail

  • Grocery shopping

  • Escorting to appointments and social events

  • Assisting with pet care