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Services

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Perhaps you've noticed Mom and Dad's house is deteriorating: the counters are dirty and the shelves are empty. Alternatively, your sister's health may be deteriorating; she may be growing older and forgetting to take her meds. Regardless of the indications, you're beginning to question whether your loved one requires assistance around the house.​  Avodah Home Care provides nonclinical support to persons in need without requiring them to leave the comfort of their own home.

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While everyone wishes they could be with their loved one during their recovery, this is not always practical. With children, employment, and other inescapable duties, caring for someone following surgery can be challenging. Our purpose is to provide you and your family with the peace of mind you deserve.

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The purpose of companionship care is to offer company and friendship. Companions may help with certain household chores, such as laying out towels before a shower, but their primary purpose is to spend time with the patient. Grown children may want to hire companions to keep an eye on their aging parents, for example. Some of the services offered by companionship care include:

  • Transportation

  • Reading a book aloud

  • Playing games

  • Accompanying the patient for a walk outside

  • Letter writing

  • Monitoring the home

Avodah Home Care's 24-hour caregivers can help with tasks such as:

  • Bathing

  • Dressing

  • Standby support for walking

  • Meal Planning and Preparation

  • Running errands

  • Transportation to medical appointments

  • Medication Reminders

  • Physical Therapy Support

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The pride our caregivers bring to their work is evident in the quality of care they deliver to our clients. Helping others achieve independence, stay safe, and enjoy a better quality of life at home is a calling that comes from within. It’s just who we are, and serving others is our highest priority and greatest joy.

If it’s become more challenging to manage daily personal activities or housekeeping tasks, our trained and experienced home health aides can assist you. Or perhaps you need help with getting to the store or to doctors’ appointments. Or maybe your parents have dementia and need a companion to keep them living safely at home. Avodah Home Care is here for you.

  • Bathing, grooming, using the toilet, and dressing

  • Meal planning and preparation

  • Light housekeeping, laundry, and running errands

  • Medication reminders and picking up prescriptions

  • Escorts to appointments or meetings, help with activities or hobbies, and general companionship

Care is available up to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including the option for live-in help. We will work closely with you and your family to determine the best care schedule to meet your needs.

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Dedicated Support Team

In addition to being part of a larger team of committed care experts, your Avodah in-home caregivers each play a crucial role in ensuring that you have the greatest client experience possible. You will have a registered nurse clinical manager who will monitor and manage your care plan as well as your caregiving team. She will also interact with your doctor as required. Your client services manager assists you in coordinating your care schedule and acts as a key point of contact for any queries you may have regarding your care.

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Helping your loved one's stay in a hospital or nursing home comfortable and safe is something that we can do for you. Avodah Home Care's "Extra Eyes" check your loved one's health 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In the absence of nursing personnel, they serve as patient advocates who can satisfy patients' personal needs when nursing staff can't. 

Some of the tasks we complete are:

  • Monitoring patient’s condition and activity

  • Alert facility staff at the first sign of a concern

  • Seeking assistance from facility staff as needed

  • Recording doctor visits and procedures done

  • Maintaining emergency contact information and important legal documents

  • Engaging patient through conversation, reading, games, etc.

  • Assisting with feeding and personal hygiene

  • Offering medication reminders and post-surgery precautions

  • Supporting patient’s comfort level

24 Hour Care

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Personal Support Care

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"Extra Eyes" Program

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Respite Care And Hospice Care

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