In Home Care
Age related physical difficulties and disabilities are some of the few circumstances that prevent people from caring for themselves and continuing to participate in activities they enjoy.
Our caregivers can assist you with daily tasks such as mobility, eating, exercising, and grooming.
We can help you stay active if that is your desire and keep you safe at night.
We have been providing senior care for decades and have all kinds of tips and tricks to keep you active and moving or supported and safe depending on your home health care needs.
Our experienced and highly trained caregivers provide the highest quality of care to both patients and their families.
Caregivers are specifically trained in dementia/Alzheimer's care and have tremendous compassion and patience.
Our goal is to help individuals and their loved ones live happy and fulfilling lives, one day at a time.
Our aides provide end of life care in all kinds of circumstances and have working relationships with the local hospice agencies.
We are able to give prescribed medications under the guidance of the hospice nurse
Ask your hospice agency about us but please ask about Carol Seager Associates, as that is the original name of our Agency and not everyone knows us by the new name yet.
Many people choose to do in-home rehab rather than go to a facility and risk infection. However, recovering from home after surgery can limit you with your daily activities.
Our compassionate caregivers can assist you to a healthy and complete recovery while helping you manage tasks until you are strong again.
Occasionally we have someone who is no longer able to cook for themselves but is generally still able to live alone.
In select areas, we can send an aide to a home a few days a week to prepare and plate several days of meals as well as do a few other tasks like take out trash, laundry, light housekeeping, shopping.
Typically these visits are a 6 hour minimum twice a week.
Sometimes a person with severe mental health issues can have a greatly increased quality of life simply by having a friend who also understands how to help.
This help can include motivation, medication management, and simply staying on track and preventing de compensation and hospitalization.
It helps if that friend is a home health aide with experience in helping people stay on track.