Most people don’t realize how helpful non-medical, in-home services can be until they have the need for this type of help in their lives. These home care services can support the independence and enhance quality of life for yourself, or a family member.
Are basic Activity of Daily Living (ADL) becoming unsafe or too difficult to handle alone? Help with ADL could allow an individual to remain in their own home safely and for a longer period of time.
Our home care services have different levels, from light housekeeping, cooking, laundry, medication reminders and transportation to more in-depth care, including 24 hour and hospice. Our staff is hospice certified.
FREE! With no obligation our coordinators will come to your home, sit down with you and work out the best plan for you, including a personalized home care plan.
It is important that the person or company you hire to take care of your loved one is insured and bonded. Bonds protect the consumer (client) from such things as fraud and theft. Liability insurance protects the consumer (client) from being responsible when/if the staff gets hurt while working with your loved one or on your property.
Maine is a rural state, and our coverage area depends on many things! Please feel free to call us and ask! Our home-base is located in Belfast, Maine and we happily travel to Bucksport and Camden areas.
Having trained professionals attend to increasing needs often benefits the entire family. Family members are spared from becoming full-time care-takers, and the individual with the need is also spared the feeling of losing dignity, or becoming a burden, and they tend to stay more independent. Professional input often lessens the stress on a family and preserves relationships.
Personal care may include assistance with feeding, bathing, dressing, mouth care, incontinence and mobility. Please click the button bellow to get more information about the home care services we offer.
Private Home Care, Inc. is a state-registered agency which addresses the health, safety, and nutritional aspects of home care, along with individual interest and activity. We are trained professionals but we do not provide medical diagnosis or treatments that by law must be administrated by licensed medical personnel.
Private Home Care, Inc. Coordinators work hard at finding the best match for clients and staff members. The Coordinators take the time to observe all caregivers in different situations to determine their strengths and weaknesses. They also do an intake with each client in their home to get to know them, determine exactly what their needs are, and what assistance they will require.
Coordinators match the clients’ needs with the caregivers’ strengths to identify viable pairings. They are also ready to make a change, if things do not work out as planned. In doing this, Private Home Care has happy clients and caregivers who enjoy their job.