Caring Heart and Hands is here to assist you with both long-term or respite solutions, providing excellent and professionally trained staff for live-in or live-out care.
Adult Daycare Services
Live-in Home Care
The Heart House is a 10 bed residential home equipped and set for residential care and for respite care to assist caregivers that need a break in their normal routine in order to take a vacation or simply have a few days or a few weeks to care of self.
Caring Heart and Hands provides handicap accessible vehicles for transporting clients to and from their house and the Center.
General Health Assessment, Vital Signs, Medication Monitoring, Assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ambulating, toileting, feeding), First Aid, Health Education, Blood Sugar Checks, and Diabetic Foot Checks — Caring Heart and Hands' staff nurse will maintain open communication between the participant’s doctor and the client/caregiver.
Meals include a light breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snack. Menus follow USDA guidelinesand are approved by a Registered Dietician. All meals are served hot and fresh and prepared onsite using ServSafe® practices. Alternative meals are available for clients with special dietary needs based on health or religion.
Fun activities are planned each month by the Activities Director. The activities are structured so that our participants receive cognitive stimulation, physical exertion, hand/eye coordination, social interaction, and exercise of all five senses. Examples include picnics, coffee socials, group games, group singing, exercise, monthly birthday parties, arts and crafts, schoolroom learning, devotions, word searches, field trips, gardening, community involvement, cards and BINGO.
Many participants at Caring Heart and Hands do not have nearby family members or in-home caregivers to assist with their care. Caring Heart and Hands often helps clients arrange Doctor visits, secure assistancethrough community programs, advocate with Social Security issues, and advise on available community resources and assistance services. Specific examples include acquiring wheelchairs, walkers, dentures, and other vital health, financial and social resources.