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Personal In-home Senior Care

In-home care for seniorsThere’s no place like home for seniors: Generation Solutions’ in-home senior care

Generation Solutions offers seamless care for you, or your loved one – all in the privacy, comfort and familiarity of home. Whether your mom or dad needs assistance for a few hours a week, long-term 24/7 care – or anything in between, Generation Solutions can help. We match your parent with a professionally-trained caregiver that suits your preferences.You, or your loved one will be assisted by Nurses, Companions, or Home Health Aides. All of our caregivers are:

  • Insured, bonded, drug tested, back ground screened
  • Professional and reliable
  • Compassionate, patient, and helpful
  • Caregivers are specifically skilled to work with clients who suffer from Alzheimer’s and Dementia, as well as end of life care
 

In-Home Senior Care Options:

The level and frequency of care is different for every client. Some seniors require a home health aide or nurse to help them recover from an illness or injury, or to maintain good health. Others may require occasional, non-medical companion assistance, such as getting to and from doctor’s appointments, preparing meals, doing light chores, or going shopping. To provide our clients with a thorough range of care, we offer: 

Nurse Visits

Our staff nurses perform the initial evaluation and are in charge of developing a personalized care plan that meets your family’s needs. They are the specialized staff who will assess your loved one’s health

  • Performs initial evaluation and  develops care plan
  • Provides medication management
  • Provides communication link between families, healthcare providers and physicians
  • Performs comprehensive client assessments ad closely supervises in-home care
  • Skilled nursing functions
 

Companions

Our professional companions will dedicate the time needed to assist with things around the home that are becoming more challenging. 

  • Offer elderly safety, companionship, conversation, organization, & every day assitance
  • Prepare meals
  • Provide respite care
  • Provide medication reminders
  • Provide standby assistance with walking to ensure safety
  • Stimulate mental awareness
  • Transport to appointments or outings
  • Take client shopping or shop on behalf of the client
  • Play games and cards
  • Maintain safety
 

Home Health Aides

Home health aides bridge the gap between nurses and companions. They help monitor vitals, offer medication reminders, ensure good hygiene and promote safety.

  • Assist with activities of daily living/personal care
  • Assist with personal hygiene, bathing
  • Assist with mobility and transfer, use of equipment
  • Assist with medication administration
  • Prepare meals and assist with feeding
  • Record blood pressure, pulse, temperature
 

Geriatric Care Management 

Geriatric care managers oversee the care plan, conduct assessments and communicate with healthcare providers, loved ones and physicians.

  • Comprehensive client assessments – home assessments – coordination
  • Development of detailed Care Plans
  • Recommendations to support medical, psychosocial,financial, and safety issues
  • On-site liaison for families
  • Close communications with healthcare providers
  • Close supervision of in-home care