Where Service is Delivered?

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Personal Care

 Home Services

  • Routine housework including general cleaning , vacuuming, dusting, washing floors, laundry, ironing, and changing beds.
  • Planning, cooking, and serving meals.
  • Baking for holidays and special occassions.
  • Monitoring and motivating regular diet plans.
  • Transporting clients to social activities and appointments.
  • Running errands and shopping for clients or transporting clients to carry out these activities.
  • Assisting with mail, correspondence, and payment of bills.
  • Serving as companions and participating in friendly socialization activities.
  • Assisting with entertainment preparations, hosting, serving and /or cleanup.
  • Caring for pets including feeding, exercising, cleaning litter boxes, cleaning birdcages, taking to grooming appointments or to the Vet.
  • ​Caring for plants.
  • Monitoring clients' safety, comfort and welfare by contacting them by phone or making home visit(s)
  • Checking interior conditions of homes while residents are away and ensuring the exteriors reflect an "at-home" appearance.

In Home Assessments

  • We service the Genesee County area. If a need arises, we will strive to accommodate anyone who requires service outside this geographical area.

How Cost are Determined?

  • Help is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to conform to clients' needs and preferences.


  • We charge a variable rate based on the type of service needed, when it is provided, and where it is delivered.
  • There is no cost for in home assessments. In some situations, mileage fees are applicable. Cost are worked and discussed with clients prior to commencement of service.



Personal Care




  • ​Non-medical assessments are conducted to find clients' functioning capabilities, to identify their needs,and to determine what services are required to assist and maintain optimum independence.
  • Assisting with grooming needs such as hair care, shaving, cleaning teeth and routine nail care.
  • Supervising or assisting with tub baths, showers, sponge baths, and bed baths.
  • Providing routine skin care such as applying lotion to dry skin.
  • Assisting with dressing  and undressing.
  • Assisting with mobilization activities including turning, transferring, exercising, and walking.
  • Assisting with toilet and /or commode needs.
  • Assisting with eating or feeding.
  • Assisting with self-administered medications by reminding client to take them at the prescribed time(s) and /or following up to ensure the are taken.
  • Monitoring vital signs such as blood pressures, pulse, and respiration.