International Elderly Care Group

Non-Skilled Care

Non-Skilled Care fills the gap between skilled care and independence. Non-Skilled home Care services provide assistance with daily living activities that require no medical intervention. The typical Non-Skilled home Care client is anyone who, due to physical disability, advanced age, or mental deficiency, requires supervision and supportive services. Receiving care and companionship allows them to remain safely in the comfort of their own home.

Depending on your situation, International Elderly Care Group LLC provides varying levels of assistance, including:

  • Dressing and bathing
  • Preparation and serving meals
  • Medication reminders
  • Housekeeping, laundry, chores
  • Companionship
  • Transportation to appointments, errands & shopping
  • Walking
  • Exercise

Types of Non-Skilled Care

Personal Care

Provides clients with "hands-on" assistance in their activities of daily living, (ADLs), such as bathing, toileting, dressing/undressing, walking, transferring in and out of a chair or bed, and eating. Personal Care fills the gap between skilled home care and independence. Personal Care services provide assistance with daily living activities that require no medical intervention. The typical Personal Care client is anyone who, due to physical disability, advanced age, or mental deficiency, requires supervision and supportive services. Receiving care and companionship allows them to remain safely in the comfort of their own home.

Homemakers

Provide clients with light housekeeping assistance such as doing laundry, vacuuming, kitchen and bathroom cleaning, meal preparation, shopping and other home management activities.

Companions/Sitter

Provide clients with supervision and companionship for those who DO NOT NEED "hands-on" assistance to perform their activities of daily living (ADLs). The Companion may encourage and supervise appropriate personal hygiene but may not bathe the client, for example. The Companion may, however, provide casual cosmetic assistance such as hair brushing or applying nail polish, may stabilize a client when walking by holding the client's arm or hand, and may also participate in activities such as letter writing, bill paying, games, taking walks and accompanying clients to doctor appointments.

Home Care Aides

Provide clients with "hands-on" assistance in their activities of daily living, (ADLs), such as bathing, toileting, dressing/undressing, walking, transferring in and out of a chair or bed, and eating.