Live In Home Care

Live in home care is for older adults who may not need around-the-clock care from a caregiver. Assistance is non-medical and includes task such as medication management, shopping, and assistance with activities of daily living (ADL). Caregivers allowed 8 hours of sleep time in the night at the senior’s residence, caregivers do not move in but may spend a couple of hours from 8 hours to several days or months at a time at the resident. 

Live In Home Care For Seniors

Live in care allows you or your loved one to still be in the comfort of home and to leave an independent lifestyle in the environment best known. It also adds to the quality of life because caregivers are present around-the-clock. Live in home care is for you or your family member needing around-the-clock help. Assistance is non-medical and includes tasks such as medication management, shopping, activities of daily living (ADL).

Caregivers are required to sleep at night in the patient home, but they are not obliged to help at night. Caregivers do not move into the client’s home. But spend periods of from 8 hours to several days at a time at the residence of the patient. 

Who Needs Live-In Home Care?

In general, anyone who:

  • Is recovering from a sickness or illness
  • Has limited mobility
  • Is isolated and withdrawn from others
  • Is feeling overwhelmed taking care of them
  • Lives far away from the family or friends who could lend a hand
  • Is suffering from Alzheimer’s or dementia

Precedence Home Healthcare specializes in referring highly capable and compassionate live in home caregivers to clients across Ohio. In addition to providing homemaking and companionship services, live-in caregivers from Precedence Home Healthcare offer a number of personal care services, including:

  • Companionship
  • Medication management
  • Light housekeeping and laundry
  • Running errands
  • Meal preparation and clean up
  • Shopping
  • Transportation
  • Conversation
  • Alzheimer’s and dementia care
  • Assistance with pets
  • Assistance with appointments
  • Playing games
  • Exercising—going on walks, to the gym, etc.
  • Letter writing
  • Bill Paying