Tri-State LifeCare (TLC)’s Caregiving Services help those who may experience challenges with everyday living tasks as a result of chronic conditions, but who are not ready to leave the home for an institutional setting. You are able and have the desire to remain independent, at home – and we’re here to help you and your family enjoy the comforts of home for as long as possible.
Our specially trained Caregivers provide relief for a primary caregiver (a husband caring for his wife, a son or daughter caring for a parent), often boosting their well-being as well, while helping you with a variety of daily activities, such as:
- Companionship and/or socialization with others
- Meal preparation and planning
- Transportation and errands
- Medication reminders
- Light housekeeping
- Hygiene and bathing safety assistance
- Information and referral services
Our Caregivers start with a personal meeting to help assess your needs. If a licensed caseworker is needed, Certified Nurse Assistants can help as well.
These personalized services are available seven days a week and range from four-hour to 24-hour visits.
Tri-State LifeCare (TLC)’s In-Home Caregiving services are paid for by the client, through someone designated as having Power of Attorney responsibilities, or with a long-term care insurance policy. These services are not covered by Medicare or Medicaid.
For more information about our Caregiving Services, Tri-State LifeCare welcomes your call at 304-399-0225. You can also click the button below to send us an email to inquire about care for your loved one.
WHEN IS IT TIME TO SEEK CAREGIVING SUPPORT
Do you recognize these signs in an aging loved one?
- The loss of health and mobility.
- The inability to keep up with chores around the house and the loss of spirit and pride that comes from not being able to keep up. The inability to do activities they once enjoyed.
- The loss of friends and possessions and increasing isolation and loneliness because of their losses.
Are you a caregiver who needs extra support?
- Do you feel stress and strain in the ongoing, everyday care of a family member?
- Would it be helpful to have help with acts of daily living for your loved one?
- Could you use assistance with basic chores around the house