At A Better Day Home Care Services, Inc., we believe every client is different, and we are dedicated to adjusting, adapting, and accommodating their unique needs.
Our in-home care services aim to help you live independently in your own space by offering the care and support you need. Whether you require light assistance with day-to-day tasks or around-the-clock care, our team will assist you every step of the way.
We believe that optimal health is essential to living independently. Thus, we offer in-home nursing services to keep your health in check. Our nursing aides are readily available to provide you with round-the-clock-care, keep you company, maintain your health, and make sure you are living as comfortably as possible.
Depending on your condition, our nursing aides can assist you with basic non-medical tasks, such as assistance with exercise, checking vital signs, and medication reminders.
For individuals with a disability or dealing with health conditions, home management is crucial for them to live safely and comfortably at home. This is where we come to offer our professional help.
We provide assistance that includes:
Making the bed
A Better Day Home Care Services, Inc. has risen to the challenges and demands of health care by expanding home care and assistance opportunities. Our clients can benefit from our personal care services, which can assist them with functional, physical, or mental impairments. We make every effort to help them complete their daily tasks with confidence and ease.
Personal care includes:
Free In-Home Assessment
We are dedicated to helping our clients lead dignified, independent lifestyles in the comfort and safety of their own homes. Non-medical assessments are conducted to find clients' functioning capabilities, to identify their needs, and to determine what services are required to assist them with maintaining optimum independence. They provide the needed support in finding the resources to ensure clients' full recovery and optimal well-being.
This support may come in the form of the following:
Helping clients cope with problems of daily living
Assisting the clients and families to understand, accept, and follow medical recommendations for improved health
Obtaining community resources and medical benefits