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Home Care Assistance

7712 Montgomery Rd

Cincinnati Ohio 45236

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Amenties

  • On-Site Medical Staff
  • Chef Prepared Meals
  • Dietary Accommodations
  • Transportation Services
  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry Service
  • 24-Hour Staff
  • Medication Management
  • Security
  • Planned Activities
  • Pet Friendly
  • Multiple Floor Plans
  • Private Rooms
  • Fitness Center
  • Activity Space
  • Theater Room
  • Beauty Salon
  • Outdoor Patio
  • Walking Paths
  • Free Wi-Fi

Living Types

  • Senior Living
  • Assisted Living
  • Independent Living
  • Memory Care
  • Nursing Home
  • At-Home Care
  • Respite Care

Description

Helping Seniors in Cincinnati

Stay Safe at Home

Cincinnati’s First Choice for Senior Home Care and Elder Care Services

For over fifteen years, Home Care Assistance and our experienced caregivers have served seniors and their families with exceptional home care.

We provide older adults in Cincinnati and the broader community with one-on-one support that allows them to live safely and independently at home.

As the premier home care provider in Cincinnati, we have the deepest employee roster of skilled and compassionate caregivers. As a result, our Client Care Managers are able to match our clients to caregivers not only based on their home care needs, but also their personalities and interests. We offer high quality assisted living where seniors most prefer: at home.

Our 24/7 Guarantee means that we will be there when you need us – days, nights and weekends. Call us today to learn more or visit our office in Cincinnati.

Now Offering Skilled Nursing Services

From Collier Nursing Services – A Division of Home Care Assistance

For those looking for medical care at home, Home Care Assistance now employs nursing assistants, registered nurses and home health aides through Collier Nursing Services. These services can include the following:

Administering medication
Administering injections per physicians orders
Catheter care and insertion
Tube feeding
Breathing treatment
In-home blood draws
Administering IV medication
Wound or Ostomy care
Assess changes in medical conditions
Educate on disease management
Tracheostomy
Ventilator support

Hospice Care

Hospice care is best at home. When a loved one reaches the stage where curative treatment is no longer possible, a Home Care Assistance caregiver can improve their end-of-life experience and help keep them in the familiar home environment.

We help make those final days comfortable.

Hospice care is best at home. When a loved one reaches the stage where curative treatment is no longer possible, a Home Care Assistance caregiver can improve their end-of-life experience and help keep them in the familiar home environment. By providing continuous, one-on-one hospice care at home, our skilled caregivers provide comfort and companionship, ensure optimal comfort and help promote dignity at this final stage of life — all while bringing peace of mind and respite for the family.

Keeping the Individual Comfortable

One-on-one companionship in the familiar environment of the home helps bring essential comfort and peace to an individual on hospice.

Turning the Bedridden to Prevent Bed Sores

In the final days of life, close attention to personal care is of utmost importance. Our caregivers will turn clients frequently to minimize bed sores and make sure they are as comfortable as possible at the end-of-life.

Providing Companionship

Simply having someone there with your loved one around-the-clock, or on an as-needed basis, provides much needed comfort and compassion.

Preparing Meals

At the end-of-life, it’s common that one’s appetite will decrease, so it’s important to maintain the nutritional value of the food your loved one will consume. Our caregivers are trained to prepare healthy meals based on our hospice client’s needs and preferences.

Maintaining Personal Hygiene

We are committed to a dignified hospice experience in which we help our clients stay clean, groomed and maintain their hygiene.

Mediating Depression

Hospice patients can often feel become depressed or even experience feelings of abandonment by loved ones. Our caregivers know how to provide the emotional support needed at this time.

Providing Status Updates

Our caregivers support the hospice agency or workers by providing status updates on the client’s condition. Our Care Team then communicates these updates to the family members.

Support for the Family After Their Loved One Passes

Our caregivers and hospice care team are experienced in providing appropriate support and resources to families after their loved one passes.
Paying for In-Home Care

Our focus is on creating close, trusted relationships with families and designing personalized hospice care plans that evolve to meet the needs of our clients over time. Paying for customized, concierge hospice care can be more affordable than you think!

Call us today to learn how we can work with your family’s budget and can accept and process long term care insurance to deliver a complete plan of hospice care. All for as little as a couple thousand dollars a month.

A leader in Alzheimer’s and dementia care.

We‘ve provided dementia care and Alzheimer’s to thousands of people living with mild to severe impairment.

The difference between a good day and a bad day is often a familiar home environment and an experienced and skilled caregiver. We’re here to help.

Your loved one’s comfort and safety are our focus. Many times, people with Alzheimer’s or other dementias communicate through non-verbal means, or have different language skills. Our caregivers are trained and experienced in connecting and communicating throughout the stages of dementia.

We are committed to long-term caregiver relationships. Most of our clients choose to have the same caregiver for years. Our consistent staffing allows your loved one to build a bond with their caregivers and care team and think of us like family.

Alzheimer’s and Other Forms of Dementia

We maintain a safe, comfortable home environment that allows your parent, spouse, relative or friend to remain in a familiar setting and avoid agitation. Our caregivers can be available 24/7 to ensure safety even in the event of wandering, sundowning or anxiety. We provide regular status update on each client’s mood, physical and mental health and daily activities.

We promote engagement through the activities in our Cognitive Therapeutics Method™
We contribute to an improved overall quality of life for the person living with dementia
We reduce the risks of falls and other injuries through dedicated caregiver supervision
We build a long-term relationship with your loved one, so you won’t need to manage an unfamiliar new face every week
We help maintain the household, provide healthy meals and maintain a sanitary environment

Home Care Assistance caregivers are experienced, bonded, insured and rigorously-screened.

24 hours a day, 7 days a week, you can call and talk to a live Client Care Manager.

Senior & Elderly Care For Your Loved Ones

Having elderly care in their household can lessen stress for family members and provide essential support for the senior. Home care can also be a key part of the recovery process resulting from an illness or injury. Home care provides the support your loved one needs and the peace of mind you deserve.

Care for your Elderly Loved One: An Invaluable Resource

Mom has a fall and everything changes.

If you haven’t had this experience or one like it, chances are you could soon. Home care can make all the difference when something like this happens. Elder care at home can also provide a layer of support to prevent a crisis such as a fall, or wandering out of the house, from happening.

Home care helps senior clients with:

Cooking and light housekeeping
Laundry and changing bed linens
Grocery shopping and errands
Companionship and range of motion exercise
Bathing, dressing and grooming assistance
Transportation to medical appointments, the supermarket or pharmacy
Assisting with walking and transferring from bed to wheelchair
Status reporting to family
Medication reminders

Defining Home Care

It is important to distinguish between non-medical home care and medical home health care. Both can be can be a very important part of recovery and ongoing quality of life as one ages.

Non-medical home care goes by a couple of different names. It can be referred to as personal care or private duty care. Medical home health care is usually referred to as home health. Let’s take a look at the example below to illustrate the difference between the two and they can work together to achieve an optimal outcome for the client:

Ann is a spry 93-year-old who lives with her husband in their own home. Ann’s husband, Jim, has early-stage dementia and she has been his primary caregiver. She cooks the meals, does the housekeeping and still drives to the store for groceries. A simple cold turns into pneumonia. Ann is hospitalized for two nights and receives IV antibiotics and fluids since she is also dehydrated. When she goes home, Jim is completely overwhelmed with the task of taking care of her. Ann’s daughter decides it is time for home care to help them both. She calls an agency to arrange for 24 hour caregiving. The caregiver reminds Ann to do her breathing treatments, encourages her to drink water, and makes nutritious meals. Having elder care for Ann speeds up her recovery and keeps Jim healthy as well.

As you can see in this story, a caregiver helps Ann recover quickly and safely.

Nutrition and Hydration

Nutrition and hydration are critical to health and recovery. Dehydration is a serious problem for the elderly, resulting in frequent hospitalizations. Poor nutrition has been implicated in slower recovery from illness and an increase in hospitalizations as well. Caregivers can shop for food, encourage fluid intake and make meals. They can also reinforce and track any special dietary restrictions.

Transportation and Errands

Transportation is a significant challenge for many seniors. Most of us know of an older person who continues to drive, even though he or she shouldn’t be. Although it is hard to give up the wheel, having an alternative can make the task easier. Home caregivers can provide this valuable service, whether it is to the pharmacy or a play.

Rehabilitation and Recovery

Recovery for most of us means getting back to our previous level of functioning. Functioning is affected by any number of situations. This could be hospitalization, an illness, a rehab stay or general decline that results in frailty. Recovery in older adults generally takes longer and other co-occurring medical conditions can complicate it.

A caregiver can be an invaluable support. A good care plan developed the Home Care Assistance Care Team with feedback from the family and client can encourage a safe recovery.
We Help Seniors Live Well Where They Prefer: At Home

At Home Care Assistance, we provide customized care to older adults so they can live happier, healthier lives at home. We champion the needs of seniors with a positive, empowering approach to aging that celebrates independence, dignity, and quality of life. Our caregivers receive exceptional training, support, and resources to deliver an unmatched care experience.

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