What to Expect from our Home care trained professionals

*  Professional quality services offered

*   Reliability - Being available through on-call, adequate staffing

*   Effective collaboration with other community professionals (physicians, hospitals,

 and other organization and agency) and families

Light Housekeeping

Light Housekeeping consists of caregivers being available to provide light housecleaning.  Our services include vacuuming, dusting, sweeping, mopping, cleaning bathrooms (sink, tubs, showers, and toilets), cleaning kitchens (sinks, appliances, counters, and taking out the trash), straightening the clients room, organizing closets and drawers, and cleaning any interior windows reachable without a ladder.

In-Home Respite Care

In-home respite services are provided if you cannot be left alone or unattended.  It provides non-medical care and supervision/assistance if you are made to care for yourself in the absence of your primary full-time caregivers(s) during a crisis situation and/or scheduled relief to the primary caregivers(s) to prevent, delay or avoid premature institutionalization.

Health Reminders/Grocery Shopping/Errands

Grocery Shopping/Errands consist of and include grocery shopping and other errands, such as stopping at the pharmacy, dollar store, or post office.  Our Caregivers also remind clients of taking their medication.


Grooming and Hygiene   Golden Years goal is to assist our clients with their personal care routines so they can look and feel their best

Physical Assistance Transferring and Positioning

Transferring and Positioning consist of  and may include getting in and out of bed, chairs and wheelchairs 

Non-Medical Care (PCA)

Personal Care Services - are non-medical support services to assist you in meeting daily living needs and ensure optimal functioning at home and/or in the community.  Services include assistance with eating, bathing, dressing, personal hygiene, and activities of daily living.  Meal preparation and housekeeping chores may be provided if the care is essential to your health and welfare rather than your family.  These services may also involve accompanying and assisting you in accessing community resources and participating in community activities; supervision and monitoring in your home, during transportation, and in the community setting.

To learn more give us a call: (662) 326-0449 or 3585