Caregivers For People With High Medical Needs

A caregiver is trained to provide specialized care to an elderly or someone with special needs. Most caregivers are either a Personal Support Worker or a Nurse. Their education combined with their work experience makes them the perfect fit to provide individualized care for your loved ones.

Caregivers have experience in handling individuals who have Alzheimer's, Dementia, Parkinson and many other medical conditions.  You can expect your caregiver to handle personal hygiene, grooming, assistance with walking, meal preparation, feeding, transfers, and medication reminders, monitor vital signs, accompany elders to doctors appointments and activities. Caregivers will also perform light housekeeping, cooking and laundry.

Benefits of a Caregiver:

  • Alternative to institutionalized care. Your family members are able to remain in the comfort of their own home with familiar surroundings.

  • They receive one on one care from a highly skilled personal support worker or nurse. This level of service is not available in any private or long-term facility. 

  • Most caregiver will live in which provides peace of mind for the family