Seniors with cognitive decline need to conserve current knowledge and build strong connections in their brains to maintain independence for longer. We help seniors with intellectual wellness by playing games, reading, and having purposeful conversations.
Emotional wellness activities can provide a sense of purpose, reduce anxiety, encourage laughter, and take seniors on a trip down memory lane. Our companions encourage emotional daily living activities such as singing, dancing, volunteering, meal preparation, baking and more.
Completing repetitive activities can increase boredom, isolation, and loneliness. We aim to reduce these negative feelings by encouraging social activities such as community events, social board games, and support groups.
At Ohana Care, we believe that physical wellness goes beyond exercise. Staying active also includes eating nutritious meals, doing skincare, and getting proper hydration. Our team of registered nurses and caregivers have various exciting ways to keep seniors engaged in their personal care.
With all of our senior home care clients, we use the Best Friends Approach™. This approach focuses on acting as a best friend to our clients to create positive interactions and enhance your overall well-being.
From the beginning of the intake process, companions focus on supporting our clients and building meaningful relationships, regardless of the situation. We always ensure you or your loved one is matched with an appropriate caregiver that works well with your personality and daily needs.
To provide more discretion to our clients who need extra support, our home caregivers wear regular clothes during hours of companionship. That way, they can dress for the occasion and fit in while ensuring you have a comfortable experience.
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We assess your healthcare needs and discuss how we can help.
We pair you with a licensed health care aide or licensed practitioner nurse based on needs, location, and personal preferences.
Caregiver and companions are very similar. However, companions provide emotional support, social interaction, and non-medical services, whereas carers provide companionship plus personal and medical care.
Companions do many things to support the well-being of aging adults. They help seniors engage with friends while assisting with various daily tasks, including light housekeeping, maintaining hygiene, and lending an overall helping hand.