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Office

5221 South 48th Street Lincoln, NE 68516, USA

Email Us

info@worryfreehomecare.org

Call Us

Phone :+1 (402) 904-8370

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Non-Medical In-Home Services

  • Custom Care Plan
  • Short term/Respite Care or 24/7 Live In Care
  • Companionship/Socialization
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Transportation To and From Appointments
  • Personal Care
  • Bathing and Dressing
  • Exercise
  • Medication Reminders
  • Meal Planning and Preparation
  • Grocery Shopping/ Errands
  • Laundry
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Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care

  1. Personal Care Assistance
    • Bathing and dressing: Gentle assistance with hygiene tasks, ensuring comfort and safety.
    • Toileting and continence care: Discreet and respectful assistance with toileting needs, promoting dignity and independence
    • Meal preparation and feeding: Help with preparing nutritious meals, managing dietary restrictions, and ensuring adequate intake
  2. Home Management and Support
    • Light housekeeping: Maintaining a clean and organized living environment, which can be reassuring for patients with confusion or memory loss.
    • Laundry and linen care: Taking care of laundry tasks, ensuring patients have clean clothes and bedding.
    • Shopping and errands: Assisting with grocery shopping, picking up prescriptions, and running other errands.
  3. Companionship and Emotional Support
    • Engaging conversation and activities: Providing companionship and conversation, reducing feelings of isolation and loneliness
    • Mental stimulation and cognitive exercises: Engaging in activities that keep the mind active and slow down cognitive decline
    • Emotional support and reassurance: Offering a listening ear and emotional support, managing anxiety and agitation.
  4. Safety and Security
    • Fall prevention and monitoring: Implementing measures to prevent falls, a major risk for dementia patients.
    • Medication reminders: Ensuring correct and timely medication intake, avoiding confusion and missed doses.
    • Wandering prevention and assistance: Monitoring patients to prevent wandering and ensuring their safety if they do wander
  5. Transportation and Assistance
    • Accompaniment to medical appointments and outings: Providing transportation and support during doctor visits, social events, or errands.
    • Assistance with mobility devices: Helping patients safely use wheelchairs, walkers, or other mobility aids

Remember, every individual with dementia or Alzheimer’s has unique needs and preferences. Choosing the right in-home care company involves careful consideration of these needs and finding a provider with the experience and expertise to offer personalized, compassionate care.

Please fill in your details and we will get back to you ASAP.

Hospital-to-Home Care

Hospital release shouldn’t feel like a cliffhanger. Worry Free Home Care bridges the gap between recovery and independence. We’ll be your loved one’s safety net, providing:

  • Medication reminders, fall prevention, and personal care assistance for a worry-free recovery.
  • Companionship care to fill the days with laughter and shared moments.
  • Delicious meal prep and light housekeeping, taking care of the essentials.
  • A customized care plan, tailored to your loved one’s unique needs and preferences.

Click to request for support ASAP.

Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care

  1. Personal Care Assistance
    • Bathing and dressing: Gentle assistance with hygiene tasks, ensuring comfort and safety.
    • Toileting and continence care: Discreet and respectful assistance with toileting needs, promoting dignity and independence
    • Meal preparation and feeding: Help with preparing nutritious meals, managing dietary restrictions, and ensuring adequate intake
  2. Home Management and Support
    • Light housekeeping: Maintaining a clean and organized living environment, which can be reassuring for patients with confusion or memory loss.
    • Laundry and linen care: Taking care of laundry tasks, ensuring patients have clean clothes and bedding.
    • Shopping and errands: Assisting with grocery shopping, picking up prescriptions, and running other errands.
  3. Companionship and Emotional Support
    • Engaging conversation and activities: Providing companionship and conversation, reducing feelings of isolation and loneliness
    • Mental stimulation and cognitive exercises: Engaging in activities that keep the mind active and slow down cognitive decline
    • Emotional support and reassurance: Offering a listening ear and emotional support, managing anxiety and agitation.
  4. Safety and Security
    • Fall prevention and monitoring: Implementing measures to prevent falls, a major risk for dementia patients.
    • Medication reminders: Ensuring correct and timely medication intake, avoiding confusion and missed doses.
    • Wandering prevention and assistance: Monitoring patients to prevent wandering and ensuring their safety if they do wander
  5. Transportation and Assistance
    • Accompaniment to medical appointments and outings: Providing transportation and support during doctor visits, social events, or errands.
    • Assistance with mobility devices: Helping patients safely use wheelchairs, walkers, or other mobility aids
Remember, every individual with dementia or Alzheimer’s has unique needs and preferences. Choosing the right in-home care company involves careful consideration of these needs and finding a provider with the experience and expertise to offer personalized, compassionate care.