Our Services

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Aspirience Home Care provides services to people of all ages who need help with activities of daily living and health-related functions through Personal Care Assistants (PCA's).  We offer hourly, daily or weekly service, 365 days per year to children, young adults, middle age, seniors, the convalescing, disabled persons and anyone else who needs help with daily living activities.  Unlike other home care providers, Aspirience Home Care does not limit its services to seniors. Anyone who needs help with routine activities of daily living in order to stay at home, we will help.

Our home care aims to enable people to remain at home rather than use residential, long-term, or institutional-based nursing care. Care givers (PCA's), visit clients in their own home to help with daily tasks such as getting up, going to bed, dressing, toileting, personal hygiene, some household tasks, shopping, cooking, supervision of medication and much, much more.

There are two types of basic home care needs and we service both.

They are: ADL's and IADL's:

Activities of Daily Living (ADL's) refers to basic activities (bathing, dressing, transferring, using the toilet room, eating, walking, etc.) that reflect the patient's capacity for self-care.

Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL's) refers to more advanced daily activities (light housework, preparing meals, taking medications, shopping for groceries or clothes, using the telephone, managing money, etc.) that enables the client to live independently in the community.

Aspirience's services include the following, which are designed to support client independence and control, and more importantly, our clients' future.

Skilled Nursing Management — Your care plan will be constructed by our Chief Nursing Officer and designed to fit your needs and be catered to by the PCA.

Care-Giving Services — Aspirience carefully recruits and trains its PCA's. Aspirience guarantees its services, and those of its PCA's, who are all bonded, insured and tested. Aspirience's Chief Nursing Officer monitors each PCA's activities to ensure compliance with client care plans.