Living with a disability shouldn’t mean living with only limitations. Home care disability services should build upon what you can do, with a home care plan designed to enhance the quality of your life. Our caring and compassionate staff are experts in caring for adults with a wide range of disabilities and will focus on finding ways to make life safe, happy, and as independent as possible.
Caregiver Provider has many years of experience in working with disabled adults and their families. Our comprehensive assessment will help us develop a personal care plan for now and the future with regards to health, housing, and finances. Call us at 951-246-2550 or click the button below to ask for your free home assessment.
Home Care for Disabled Adults
Living at home can still be an option. With the professional and compassionate support from Caregiver Provider, your loved one with a mental, physical, or developmental disability can continue a quality life at home while receiving the care they need.
From our comprehensive assessment and home care plan development to personalized care management and support services, Caregiver Provider offers a wide array of disability services. We help with movement and transferring, bathing and personal hygiene, meal preparation, feeding, light housekeeping and much more.
Our home care services are available in the home, at an assisted living facility, at a skilled nursing facility, or wherever your loved one calls home. Family caregivers may also benefit from our Respite Care Services, allowing them to rest and recharge while their loved one receives the care and attention they deserve.
Caregiver Provider has years of experience working with disabled clients. Our comprehensive assessment will allow us to develop a personal care plan that meets your specific needs. Call us at 951-246-2550 or click the button below to ask for your free home assessment.
Home Care Services For Disabled Adults
- Bathing, dressing and hygiene assistance
- Assistance with toileting & incontinence
- Assistance with walking and transferring
- Light housekeeping & laundry
- Meal planning, preparation, and feeding
- Errands and shopping
- Accompaniment & transportation for doctor’s visits
- Obtain and record vital signs
- Companionship and stimulating activities
- Encourage mild exercise program