In Home Supportive Care

We provide in-home supportive care for individuals with a variety of needs

Our commitment is to continuously encourage the involvement of family and friends as we cultivate the enrichment of our residents through love, warmth and appropriate activities. We provide in-home support  services for individuals with one or more of the following needs.

We also provide support to adults with special needs such as asthma, COPD and other respiratory needs.



Support Broker Services

The right to “Self- Direct” is an important option for those in need of long term care services.  However, navigating the paperwork and provider choices can be challenging at times. Attentacare offers assistance and support in these key areas:

  • Employer Assistance

We will help you develop job descriptions, recruit workers, pre-screen potential applicants, hire caregivers and assist them in meeting training requirements.

  • Housing Assistance

We will help you locate suitable, affordable housing and assist you in finding a roommate.

  • Employment Assistance

We will help to identify employment opportunities and assist in referrals for employment.

  • Community Resource/Activities Planning

We will work with you to target your skills and abilities that facilitate involvement in the community. We will also help in targeting recreational, educational and social activities within the community to facilitate your involvement and participation.

  • Transition Services

These services include help with the transition from high school to adult services, assist with discharge planning from nursing home or hospital to home again. We will help facilitate the transition from your family home to your personal home. We also assist with end of life and funeral arrangements/planning.

  • Navigating Social Security/Disability Funds

We will assist you in understanding Disability/Social Security funding and communicate with the funding agencies on your behalf.  We will assist with managing your personal finances and make referrals for trust and benefits counseling as needed.

  • Coordination of Medical Services

We will help in communications with your medical and other service providers, including follow up with medical orders and recommendations.  We will also assist with getting needed specialized medical equipment.

AttentaCare Caregiver Education

We recognize the critical importance of engaging highly skilled and qualified caregivers in the home, or in a Community Based Facility. Whether a caregiver is caring for a family member or a member of the community, it is imperative that they have a sound working knowledge of state regulations and requirements. Additionally, caregivers should strive to master appropriate and safe techniques for addressing the myriad of long term care needs of the elderly and physically and mentally disabled.

Although many may think of Care-giving as doing a little housekeeping and helping dispense medicine. It may be seen as easy to help push a wheelchair and slide someone into bed.

However, Caregivers must sometimes navigate difficult and nuanced situations, and engage in informed critical thinking so as to provide the best possible outcomes for those they serve. For example, behavioral and psychological concerns can be beyond challenging. The ability to provide direction and redirection when needed, at the right time, in the right way is paramount.  Appropriate vs inappropriate interaction with clients is a major challenge for Caregivers and can have grave consequences for all concerned. These skills go well beyond providing assistance with daily living activities and administering medications.  AttentaCare provides the exposure and depth that allows motivated Caregivers to become excellent Caregivers!

It is sometimes difficult to secure a qualified and skilled Caregiver for ourselves and loved ones.  It is critically important that Caregivers are properly trained to meet the needs of the recipient.

Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF) Certification

We provide CBRF Certification for Caregivers.
We also provide Comprehensive Caregiver Training Classes and Caregiver Specialized Training Programs.

Enhanced Caregiver Training

  • Abuse and Neglect

  • Resident Rights and Grievances

  • Development of the Individualized Service Plan (ISP)

  • Client Communication- Best and Worst Strategies

  • Nutrition, Diet Planning and Cooking

  • Client and Population Specific Needs

  • Soft Skills and Advancing as a Caregiver

  • Documentation

  • Incident Reporting

Continuing Education is offered for:

  • Standard Precautions

  • Medication Administration

  • Fire Safety

  • First Aid & Choking

  • Abuse & Neglect

  • Residents Rights and Grievances

  • Client Communication- Best and Worst Strategies

Personal Care Worker Education

Personal Care Workers (PCWS) work in assisting with daily activities such as dressing, bathing, toileting.  They usually work in the home but not exclusively and are typically responsible for “hands on services” that are indeed personal to the client.  A PCW may also provide what is sometimes referred to as supportive care such as cooking and cleaning.  Generally, PCWs provide medication reminders, but do not administer medications. Although no license or certification is currently required to become a PCW, proper training is required prior to providing care.  We provide the training specific to the care plan for the individual and may include:

  • Bathing

  • Dressing

  • Toileting

  • Transferring

  • Oral Hygiene

  • Assistive Devices

  • Diet, Nutrition and Cooking

  • Medication Reminders

  • Care after Hospitalization

  • Care after Surgery

  • Alzheimer’s and Dementia

  • Bed Bugs

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