Home Care

In-home care is for individuals who need assistance with personal tasks. These are non-medical in nature, such as bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, or going to the bathroom. Kind and knowledgeable caregivers can provide much needed assistance and companionship so your loved one can stay comfortably and safely at home.

The right amount of home care at the appropriate time frames provides assistance with instrumental activities of daily living is often an essential part of a safe and thriving aging life, especially when one desires to remain living at home.

Because this type of help is non-medical, it is not covered by Medicare or Medi-Cal. There are long term care insurance policies that cover this type of care. If you do not have this insurance, home care can become quite costly. We specialize in keeping your home care plan affordable with our Our comprehensive Thriving Aging Life-Circle of Support Plans  assessment determines exactly what is needed and at what times to maintain safety, health and well-being. We first determine what free and low cost services and supports can meet the needs and incorporate those into our client’s tailored Circle of Support Plan. Then we determine when home care services will best meet the needs and wishes within the budget, thus creating the most cost-effective and beneficial plan.

 

Beyond this, we also help determine which agency or combination of agencies best suit our client’s needs and desires for service.  We then set-up up and collaborate with those agencies within our Excellence in Service Provider Network to provide the best care suited our clients based on our objective assessment and expertise.  Should one agency be unavailable in time or unable to provide all that is needed, we help the client get set-up with other provider’s within the network to do all that is needed, thus quickly being able to meet all of client’s needs without the stress of having to seek other services on their own. We coordinate everything, so that the most suitable care plan is consistently provided by all the home care providers.

 

Peace of Mind:      

Our clients experience peace of mind, feeling confident knowing they have a care plan most suited to them as determined by an objective, expert from our non-profit agency.  Also, it is good to know that the tailored plan includes a team of excellent providers and the best services, which are chosen to best suit their needs and wishes for safety, health and well-being for quality of life.

Home Helpers: Our Excellence in Service Premiere Partner

Sharon Clark is CEO of Home Helpers, a care-giving agency with over 200 clients and 55 employees. Her office is one of over 700 offices franchised out of Home Helpers Corporate in Cincinnati, OH. The growth experienced has ranked her in the top 10% of offices nationwide and internationally. Since opening in 2004, Sharon has received the “Shining Star Award” in 2007 the “Marketing Award” and in 2008 “The Spirit of Home Helpers” Award at the organizations national meetings.

In 2010 she was awarded “Businessperson of the Year” by The Redding Chamber of Commerce, Assemblyman Jim Nielson, Congressman Wally Herger and Senator Doug LaMalfa.  In 2011 she was recognized as a Healthcare Hero by the Record Searchlight. She is an entrepreneur at heart and after opening her business over 14 years ago, has made it her mission to reach clients and families with education before a crisis. With this goal in mind, Sharon has hosted 3 radio programs throughout the years, and most recently is launching “Home Helpers Radio”, an hour long weekly live show on KCNR 1460AM in Redding focusing on senior care.

In her community, Sharon was 2010 chair of Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, has donated her time and resources to head the annual Senior Expo since 2004, and in 2014 competed in Dancing with the Stars Shasta County Style to raise over $10,000  for One Safe Place. Home Helpers was voted “Best of The North State” in 2015 and 2016 by the Redding community.

Sharon is passionate about hiring the most dedicated staff of caregivers and supports them with training, incentives and a Gold Star caregiver recognition program.

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