Personal Care

Personal Care for the 21st Century

Home Care for the 21st Century provides innovative, forward thinking, quality personal home care in the comfort of your home. Home Care for the 21st Century is setting the stage to redefine the definition of home care. Our professional care teams, each led by a Registered Nurse, deliver expert, compassionate, and engaging personalized care.

We understands the importance of Social Interaction, so we have incorporated a personalized social engagement program into all care plans to help improve overall health. Homecare For the 21st Century offers a cost-effective alternative that allows our clients to remain independent in their own homes longer and avoid the emotional, physical and monetary costs associated with it.

Our Personal Care Services

Exceptional care provided to your senior is our ultimate goal. We have designed our personal care program to provide you with someone who will offer personal care while they stay in the comfort of their own home.

Examples of Services Included:

  • Grooming
  • Exercise assistance
  • Bathing and Showering
  • Dressing
  • All Personal Hygiene
  • Posture Positioning/transitioning
  • Walking Assistance
  • Oral Care
  • Incontinence Care/Toileting
  • Alzheimer's/Dementia Care
  • and More...

Social Connection:
A Magical Experience

The relationship between a client and a caregiver goes far beyond the need for physical care. We are born to feel a connection. Social connection is equally as important as food, water & shelter.
The “right” caregiver experience can transform positive care outcomes. It is often the “little things” that make the biggest difference. The experience can be emotional and truly magical.

Home Care for the 21st Century is not only forward thinking, but we focus on the little things that make all the difference. Our Caregiver compatibility matching system looks at a multitude of categories and is not solely based on availability. We consider personality, hobbies, social strengths and trained specialties when determining who may be the best fit for your loved one.

Quick Facts

  • The average annual cost of for a nursing home resident is $97,455.
  • The average annual cost of an assisted living facility resident is $45,000.
  • The average annual cost of 20 hours of homecare a week is $21,788.

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