All Trust Caregivers offer a variety services in different care scenarios depending on each client’s unique needs. Regardless of the care scenario, rest assured that each All Trust Caregiver is licensed and fully bonded, well versed in providing support and assistance and dedicated to making a difference in the lives he or she serves.
Hourly Care is available beginning with a minimum of a six hour consecutive shift. We can tailor a schedule based upon your care needs with a shift lasting up to twelve hours. We often work with clients who are awake overnight and having a Caregiver who is alert and able to tend to their needs is very reassuring to the family. Many families opt for Hourly Care because it allows for them to schedule a Caregiver for the specific time frame which works best for them.
Live In Care
In a Live In scenario, a Caregiver is staying at the clients home for multiple days at a time. Per the Department of Labor guidelines, the Client provides private sleeping quarters, separate from the Client, and provides food for the Caregivers. Each work day is comprised of thirteen working hours, eight hours of uninterrupted sleep time and three individual one hour breaks of personal/bonafide meal time where the Caregiver is completely relieved of all duties.
Short Term Care
When caring for a loved one at home without ongoing professional assistance, families often need a break for a brief period of time. Short-term care enables many families to plan their much needed vacations and attend to other pressing business. Our short term care is at least fourteen consecutive days and can last up to to several weeks.
Caring for a person with Alzheimer’s Disease or related memory concerns requires special training and skills. All Trust Caregivers have the skills and tools needed to successfully provide care in support in these challenging scenarios. Memory care and support is available for both Live In or Hourly Care needs.
All Trust Caregivers customize their approach to each client’s unique needs and preferences.
Potential services include, but are not limited to:
- Bathing assistance
- Medication reminders
- Assist with transfers to and from bed, chairs, bathrooms etc…
- Hoyer lifts
- Incontinence care
- Meal preparation
- Transportation to appointments
- Assist with dressing
- Assist with walking
- Wheelchair assistance
- Foley catheter care
- Light housekeeping
- Activity Program
- Other duties as required