Senior Care

For Kay Home Care Agency, senior care encompasses a comprehensive range of services designed to support the physical, emotional, and social well-being of elderly individuals. Senior care provided by Kay Home Care Agency focuses on personalized assistance and support tailored to meet the unique needs and preferences of each client. This includes but is not limited to:

  1. Personal Care Assistance:

    • Assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) such as bathing, grooming, dressing, and toileting.
    • Mobility assistance and transferring to ensure safety and comfort.
    • Medication reminders and assistance with medication management.
  2. Companionship Services:

    • Providing companionship and emotional support through meaningful interactions and conversation.
    • Engaging in recreational activities, hobbies, and interests to promote mental stimulation and social engagement.
    • Accompanying seniors on walks, outings, and appointments to foster a sense of independence and connection to the community.
  3. Household Assistance:

    • Light housekeeping tasks such as meal preparation, laundry, and tidying up living spaces.
    • Assistance with grocery shopping, errands, and transportation to appointments or social outings.
    • Providing respite care to relieve family caregivers and prevent burnout.
  4. Safety and Fall Prevention:

    • Implementing safety measures within the home environment to reduce the risk of accidents and falls.
    • Conducting home assessments to identify potential hazards and recommend modifications for enhanced safety.
    • Providing education and training to clients and family members on fall prevention strategies and techniques.

Overall, senior care provided by Kay Home Care Agency is delivered with compassion, professionalism, and a commitment to promoting independence, dignity, and quality of life for each individual served. Our team of experienced caregivers is dedicated to building trusting relationships with clients and their families, ensuring that they feel supported, valued, and empowered to live life to the fullest extent possible.

Homemaker (HCBS-SLS and HCBS-CES)

These services include laundry, cleaning/changing linens, folding/ironing/Organizing clothes, dusting furniture, shelves, and surfaces, Vacuuming Carpets/Throws/Rugs, Washing/Mopping/Cleaning Floors, General Bathroom Cleaning, General, Kitchen Cleaning, Cleaning Windows (Indoors), Trash Removal, Sorting and Organizing.

Personal Care (HCBS-SLS)

Activities of daily living necessary to live as independently as possible in the community of their choice, with services such as, Bathing, grooming, oral care, hygiene, dressing, and toileting for maintaining health, skin care, eating, bowel

Community Connector (HCBS-CES)

Work with individuals to identify interests, strengths, and needs and help them find opportunities to connect with the community that align with those interests. Also, assistance in finding and participating in recreational and social activities, as well as assistance in volunteering and finding work.

Day Habilitation-Supported Community Connections (HCBS-DD and HCBS-SLS)

Help finding and participating in recreational and social activities, and support for volunteering and finding employment. The goal of supported community connection services is to help individuals with developmental disabilities build relationships, gain new experiences, and increase their independence and self-esteem.

Respite (HCBS-SLS and HCBS-CES)

Persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities who require short-term assistance and care are supported. Respite services will be provided in the person’s home and in the community, allowing the person to maintain their health and well-being.

Mentorship (HCBS-SLS)

Developing self-advocacy abilities, Service delivery may include providing exposure to community environments and experiences, interviewing potential providers or generic support professionals, and providing assistance with participation on private or public boards, advisory groups, or commissions.

In-Home Support Service (IHSS)

The In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) program provides in-home assistance to eligible aged, blind and disabled individuals as an alternative to out-of-home care and enables recipients to remain safely in their own homes.

Residential Habilitation Services (IRSS/Host Home) (HCBS-DD)

Assistance with daily living activities, such as personal care, meal preparation, and medication management, as well as support for social and recreational activities The goal of residential habilitation services is to help individuals with developmental disabilities live as independently as possible while also providing them with the support they need to be safe and healthy.

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