Many family members desire to provide safe, quality care for their loved ones. Kaiser Home Support Services provides home and community services that help our clients reach their full potential.
Services are personalized for the needs of each client and their family. An in-home assessment will be conducted to identify the unique needs of each client. A care plan will then be completed with the input of the client. Once the needs have been identified, our staff members will receive additional training in each client’s home to address the particular needs of the individual client.
Light housekeeping – dusting, vacuuming, moping, cleaning bathrooms and kitchen, washing dishes, remove trash, laundry, change linens, etc.
Transportation to doctor appointments, shopping / errands, social engagements, therapy or other services. Transportation to place of worship.
Assist with dressing, grooming, personal hygene, medication administration, meal planning and food preparation.
Assist with exercise program, Assist with maintaining a safe environment. Safety supervision. Mobility needs.
Respite care is intended to help families. It is temporary relief care which can range from a few hours of care provided on a one-time basis to overnight or extended care sessions. Respite care is functional on either a regular or irregular basis. It can be provided by family members, friends, skilled care providers, or professionals. Providers are chosen by the family to care for the elderly or developmentally challenged individual while families take a class, go to a movie, go on vacation, or enjoy any activity. This allows the caregiver to receive necessary relief.
Whether supporting a person with developmental challenges or an elderly individual, caretakers are often influenced by stress and time management difficulties as a result of balancing the needs of that individual with the needs of other family members. Respite care is designed to provide breaks for these caregivers, allowing families time to tend to the needs of their children, spouses, and themselves.
Participant Assistance and Care
Participant Assistance and Care (PAC) Services are provided to allow participants (consumers) with developmental disabilities to remain and live successfully in their own homes, function and participate in their communities and avoid institutionalization. PAC services support and enable the participant in activities of daily living, self-care, and mobility with the hands-on assistance, prompting, reminders, supervision and monitoring needed to ensure the health, safety and welfare of the participant. Activities may include any task or tasks of direct benefit to the participant that would generally be performed independently by persons without developmental disabilities or by family members for or on behalf of persons with developmental disabilities.