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Home Maker services

Everyone enjoys a clean home, but for the elderly or disabled, even simple housekeeping tasks can become unmanageable.

An untidy home can contribute to feelings of depression, isolation, and hopelessness – it can even be dangerous, increasing the risk of injury or illness.

And it may also be the first sign your loved one is struggling and needs extra help at home.

  • Medication and therapy reminder
  • Making transportation arrangements to and from appointments
  • Planning dietary conscious meals
  • Preparing healthy meals for the week
  • Aid with fall prevention and walking

Personal care services

Personal Care Services is a benefit that helps clients with everyday tasks. These tasks are called activities of daily living and instrumental activities of daily living.

Examples of ADLs:

  • Bathing
  • Eating
  • Assisting with toileting
  • Dressing
  • Assisting with walking
  • Grooming

Examples of IADLs:

  • Laundry
  • Light housework
  • Meal preparation

Companion care services

Companion Care services include emotional support and companionship for the seniors because this would improve the quality of life of the seniors. Companion care can also include physical care such as meal preparation, light housekeeping, errands and shopping, transportation to activities, conversation and joyful companionship.

If your family member, friend, or loved one enjoys their independence but is struggling with everyday activities, elderly companion care is the solution.

Triple C Home Care will manage their daily requirements with specialized elderly companion care, matching their needs with the best available caregiver.

Respite Services

Respite Services provides short or temporary care of the sick or disabled for a few hours or weeks. It’s designed to provide relief to the regular care giver because the regular care giver is usually a family member.

Benefits of Respite Care

Following is a list of benefits for children with disabilities and their families as a result of the availability of Respite Care.

  • Decrease in isolation
  • Prevention of abuse and/or neglect
  • Increase in ability to cope
  • Strengthened family stability
  • Preservation of the family unit
  • Decrease in divorce
  • Increase in participation in community
  • Decrease in out-of-home placements
  • Reduction of crisis situation
  • Empowerment of the family to make decisions regarding the care of their loved ones
  • Lifespan Respite