The Service Care Plan to Assist at Home

After we receive your message on our contact page or initial phone call, we schedule an initial meeting to develop a custom service care plan. This plan is tailored to your loved one's specific needs. We make detailed recommendations on exactly what kind of services we feel would benefit your loved one at home. We call the meeting a need assessment visit.

Live-in Care

Is for seniors who need around the clock care and assistance from a caregiver.

Live-in assistance is generally non-medical and includes such tasks as daily meal prep, medication management, shopping, errand running and assistance with activities of daily living (ADL). The client provides the caregiver’s food in some cases and a place to sleep.

24hr. live-in care costs on average $165 - $175 per day in Philadelphia County, Delaware County and surrounding areas compared to nursing home care which is a whopping $220 - $380 daily rate per bed, in which your loved one is checked only every 2 hour per shifts verses In-home live-in care by a caregiver in the clients home giving one on one care and assistance, which is the better choice?

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Daily Hourly Care

Hourly care on a personal scale is one of our most important duties.

We can help with simple tasks like getting dressed meal prep, more difficult actions like bathing, or even total assistance with all personal care requirements.

Caregivers are oriented to your specific needs and the flat hourly rate does not go up based on the amount of personal care our clients require.

Duties include bathing (using bath, shower, or bed bath), oral hygiene, dressing, incontinence, mobility, following exercise regimen, or any other personal care need.

Caregivers are oriented to your specific needs, so you always have someone who is trained in the task you require.

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Respite Care Visits

Is planned or an emergency temporary care service provided to family caregivers.

Respite care visits are also a family support service. Caregivers can visit for a few hours a day or several times per week to provide family caregivers with the opportunity to run errands, go to work, take a vacation, or simply rest and recharge.

Respite care should be regarded as an opportunity to strengthen yourself and provide your loved one with more opportunities for enrichment and engagement.

Respite care also makes you a better family caregiver. It gives you the opportunity to refresh without worry or anxiety knowing your loved one is safe, secure and satisfied. Respite care can be provided while you take time to tend to your needs.

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Caregiver Matching

Once you approve the custom care plan, we begin our search for the most appropriate caregiver to implement care. We have over 175+ registered caregivers on call, ready to serve. We are certain to assign a fine match for your particular need.

The Matching Process

Our system of matching caregivers to clients takes numerous factors into consideration: services needed, your loved one's interests and the personalities of both your loved one and the caregiver.

Continuity Process

After an evaluation of the entire process, we're better able to provide your loved one with the best caregiver possible. Of course, if there are ever any concerns about a specific caregiver, we can search for and provide a replacement in very little time. The continuity of care and support will continue until we have scheduled a perfect match.

Caregiver Supervision

Our caregivers keep extensive notes about the care they provide. Those notes are kept at your loved one's home and are available at any time. Our billing system also provides a detailed description of services and care, so you never receive an invoice that doesn't include a line-item cost of care. And our office managers make regular unannounced visits to the homes to ensure caregivers are following the specifics of the custom care plan.

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Our caregivers are fun, enthusiastic, responsible, dependable and caring professionals that can make a real difference in your loved ones life. Exceptional care and attention to our clients every need is our daily responsibility.

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The Advanced Elderly Services Promise

Our caregivers are oriented to your specific needs so you always have someone who is trained in the task you require. Duties include bathing (using bath, shower, or bed bath), oral hygiene, dressing, incontinence, mobility, meal prep, medication reminders, following an exercise regimen, or any other personal care need. Our flat live-in rate and daily hourly rate does not go up based on the amount of personal care your loved one requires from our caregivers. That is our unconditional promise to our clients.

Is primarily for emotional support. Companionship for seniors who are generally healthy and who wants to remain independent at home. It includes meal preparation, light housekeeping, errand running, shopping, and of course, companionship. If your family member, friend, or loved one enjoys their independence but is struggling with everyday activities, companion care is the solution.

(Also called non-skilled care) helps with activities of daily living (ADLs), such as bathing, dressing and eating. Custodial care is a non-medical care service and typical for seniors with Alzheimer's or dementia. Custodial care is a popular form of long-term support for seniors whose primary needs involve non-medical assistance on a daily or ongoing basis.

Including:

  • + Laundry Care
  • + Light Housekeeping
  • + Medication Reminders
  • + Organize Closets and Pantries
  • + Meal Planning and Preparation
  • + Alzheimer's and Dementia Care
  • + Bathing and Grooming Assistance
  • + Caring Companionship and Conversation

We know it can be challenging for families when a member is discharged from a hospital. This service ensures that clients are guided through the outpatient surgery and recovery period. We are available for help prior to surgery and will accompany a client each step of the way through full recovery, including transportation to follow-up doctor visits.

Making sure your loved one takes their medication is never easy. The proper administration of multiple medications throughout the day can be a challenge for most people, especially for the elderly.

Medication management and reminders is one of the most important services our caregivers can provide. Ensuring that your loved one gets their medication on time is a responsibility in of its self.

In addition, our medication reminder service ensures that the medication dispenser is per-dosed with the proper dosage by the family member to avoid incident. Not taking medications as prescribed is a warning sign that home care services may be needed.

We have built a service to assist the elderly in managing their independence and integrity in their own homes

To ensure a better quality of life for our elderly clients and their families by providing dependable and affordable in-home elder care. We are a trusted and respected service agency that focuses on the care of our clients, which we take a responsible role in supporting our elderly clients, their families, our staff, employees, general contractors and our community.

Peace of Mind for the Family
97%
Independent Living in the Home
89%
Quality of Life for the Client
86%
Dependability of Service
90%
Continuity of Caregivers
93%

Is to be your community’s leading senior in-home care agency. Setting a very focused standard of core values in care and customer service for our clients.

We bring you an effective in-home senior care solution

Our caregivers are available to provide your loved one round the clock coverage 24/7, as long as they can rest for eight hours per night and receive appropriate break schedules. Live-in elder care services at home can be provided for a minimum of three consecutive days, up to seven days per week securely.

We provide In-home care at a quality premium

Our caregivers provide services such as companionship, meal preparation and planning, light housekeeping, laundry, medication supervision and reminding, and other general in-home care services.

Our caregivers can also sit with and monitor your loved one during their facility visit or hospital stay. The caregiver can then return home with the client after discharge to provide a smooth transition of assistance at home.

Our professional and experienced caregivers provide basic companion care plus assistance with the Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), such as bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting and ambulation care assistance.

These services are initially assessed and regularly monitored by an on-site care coordinator, or registered nurse from our office.

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We are affiliated with 25 of the region’s leading organizations and associations having first hand knowledge on dementia and Alzheimer's disease.

Frequently Asked Questions

Basic information and knowledge base some of our clients and prospects frequently need a quick answer to.

Q: In what areas are your services available?

A: Our company is expanding rapidly, and we are opening locations throughout the United States in the near future but right now we are currently servicing Philadelphia County, Delaware County and Montgomery County and surrounding areas.

Q: Who needs in-home care?

A: People who need additional help with their daily living activities and want to stay at home rather than be institutionalized or live with relatives. In other cases, it could be people whose family caregiver needs respite or time off from their care giving responsibilities.

Q: How much does the service cost?

A: We bill on an hourly basis most of the time. The hours required to properly care for your loved one will be determined on the initial assessment interview and reviewed on an ongoing basis. Please contact us regarding our service rates and to learn more about our pricing for private duty eldercare services.

Q: Are your services covered by Medicare?

A: Unfortunately not. Medicare only covers acute skilled care, usually after a hospital stay. We can work in conjunction with your Medicare provider to ensure your loved one is receiving the appropriate amount of care.

Q: How does in-home care cost compare to assisted-living or nursing homes?

A: Most of the time, our services will cost less than those of assisted-living facilities or nursing homes. We can tailor a schedule specifically to meet the needs of our clients – so you are only paying for what you need.

Q: Is your agency licensed?

A: Each one of our locations operates under the requirements of the law and is appropriately licensed based on local regulations.

Q: How do you select your caregivers?

A: All of our caregivers are carefully interviewed and screened prior to becoming employees and general contractors of Advanced Elderly Services. Please see our Caregiver page for more detailed information.

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