Is home care the right move for you or a loved one? If your wish is to maintain your independence at home, Independent Life Home Care can help. We assist clients in various situations, with a number of illnesses, ailments, and disabilities.
Our skilled caregivers deliver the essential daily assistance you need to stay in control your health, safety, wellbeing, and household. With care plans created around your needs, you’ll have access to compassionate care aimed at facilitating the life you want.
Learn more about the home care situations made possible with Independent Life
• Paraplegia / Quadriplegia: If you are living with paraplegia or quadriplegia, our trained staff of compassionate caregivers are available to assist you with tasks related to daily living, tending to your household, and being a part of your community.
• Senior Care: Let our caregivers help you lead the active retirement you desire. A caregiver can eliminate the burden of many daily chores while seeing that you are well cared for and attend the appointments and events you choose.
• Alzheimer’s and dementia care: Our staff is knowledgeable regarding the symptoms and progression of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Let our caregivers help your family and your loved one navigate this sometimes difficult diagnosis.
• Companionship and home making: Distance between family can create a degree of loneliness; a caregiver can provide you or your long-distance loved one with vital companionship, as well as assistance with upkeep of the household.
• Hospice Support and Palliative Care: Compassionate comfort care is important for families during these difficult times; let a skilled caregiver assist you with this transition so you can spend more quality time together.
• Neuromuscular diseases and disorders: Our caregivers are knowledgeable regarding the specific needs of those with neuromuscular diseases and disorders. With a caregiver on your side, you have the power to lighten your load and improve your overall wellbeing.
• Traumatic brain injury: A traumatic brain injury can bring about personality differences as well as a host of other side effects. A caregiver can provide the care you need while adapting to these changes.
• Mental health: Our compassionate caregivers can provide assistance during mental illness treatment and recovery, including physical and safety assistance in the home as well as homemaking, companionship, and transportation.
• Heart disease: If you have been diagnosed with heart disease, our team of skilled caregivers will be happy to assist you, accommodating your daily activities, facilitating prescribed therapies, and more.
• Cancer recovery: Cancer recovery can be hard on the body and mind; while you focus on regaining your strength, let a caregiver focus on the rest.
• Parkinsons disease: Our caregivers are skilled in providing the specialized care Parkinson’s sufferers need to stay safe, healthy, and active at home.
• Muscular dystrophy: If you are living with muscular dystrophy, a caregiver can help you adjust to progressive symptoms, assist with your daily needs, and more.
• Stroke and hypertension: Strokes, often resulting from high blood pressure, can change a person physically and mentally. A caregiver can help you learn to live in light of your symptoms as well as facilitate therapies prescribed for your recovery.
• Post hospital and short-term recovery: Returning home, especially alone, after a lengthy hospital stay or invasive surgery can seem impossible. A caregiver will help you return home comfortably and safely, while providing the care you need to make a strong, healthy recovery.