In-home caregivers can assist with maintaining personal hygiene, including toileting, bathing, dressing, and grooming.
What types of senior services are offered under the Home Care Powered by AUAF program?
Home Care Powered by AUAF offers a full range of non-medical home care services, related to daily living. A trained caregiver can provide in-home services such as cleaning, planning and preparing meals, doing laundry, shopping and running errands. Caregivers may also assist moderately impaired participants with personal care tasks, such as dressing, bathing, grooming and following special diets.
Detailed list of caregiver services includes:
Caregivers can assist seniors in preparing and eating meals, as well as clean-up.
Caregivers are ready to assist seniors with medication reminders and management.
Caregivers provide light housekeeping assistance including dusting, mopping, vacuuming, and more.
Caregivers can provide laundry care including sorting, washing, folding and ironing.
Caregivers can accompany clients during their outings, ensuring there is always someone there to assist when needed.
Caregivers are at the ready with activities centered on stimulating the mind.
Caregivers will provide the companionship seniors need, in the way they need it most.
Our Promise to You
Home Care Powered by AUAF provides every family we serve with a custom care plan (Plan of Care) specific to their needs. The plan is tailored to the hours of care per day, week, or month required to achieve the services determined.
Our caregivers can help with routine activities like bathing, dressing, cooking, cleaning, companionship, medication reminders, errands, and much more. Caregivers are flexible and will work to meet individual, varied needs on your schedule. This gives you peace of mind to continue doing the things you enjoy in the comfort of your own surroundings.
Our core mission is to ensure our clients' healthy lifestyle and well-being. Call us today at 877-947-2685 and ask how Home Care Powered by AUAF can be of assistance to you or your loved one.Back to FAQ