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Nine out of ten seniors would rather keep living at home. But when frailty, chronic illness or forgetfulness makes living alone too difficult for seniors, home care enables them to maintain their quality of life and lifestyle.


The logical solution is in-home care.

With home care, a personal caregiver visits the senior for a period of at least four hours at a time—up to 24 hours a day, seven days a week, depending on the level of care needed.
In-home caregivers provide help with a wide variety of non-medical related activities of daily living. They can provide personal care and supervision for seniors and others of their Activities of Daily Living (ADLs). Some of the services that Caregivers may provide include:


  • Meal Preparation

  • Light Housekeeping

  • Medication Reminders

  • Monitoring of Ambulation

  • Transportation to Doctor's Appointments

  • Socialization, Friendship and Support

  • Personal Care

  • Assistance with Dressing & Grooming

  • Showering, bathing

  • Dressing

  • Using the bathroom

  • Assistance with Ambulation

  • Fall prevention




Michael Rothenberger

President at Home Care Assistance, Carmel, IN


Dawn Selke

Director of Provider Relations

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