Home Care in Watertown MA
Connected Home Care specializes in delivering in-home home care services in Watertown, MA for older adults who need assistance with daily activities and routine tasks to continue living safely and comfortably in their homes.
Senior Care Home Care Services
We offer a comprehensive menu of non-medical home care services in Watertown customized to the needs of our clients. If you are not sure what services are right for your loved one do not worry. We offer a free no commitment in-home assessment to help you determine the correct level of support that is needed. We even include an in-home safety assessment.
Which Home Care Needs Do You Have?
Here are some of the most common senior in-home care services we provide in Watertown and neighboring towns:
Homemaking & Companion Care - help clients maintain a comfortable and supportive environment, keep appointments with doctors, provide or arrange transportation, help maintain the household with housekeeping, shopping or meal preparation, make sure they take their medicine and serve as a companion for their clients.
Personal Care & Home Health Aide - assist clients who need significant assistance in managing the household and with personal hygiene needs. Clients are elderly, mentally disabled, chronically ill, or physically challenged clients, as well as hospice patients and those in various stages of rehabilitation or recovery. Personal care aides help their clients with daily activities, such as bathing and bathroom functions, feeding, grooming, taking medication, and housework. Aides work at clients' homes and may visit several clients a day depending on their desired schedule.
Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementia (ADRD) Specialist - for clients with other significant behavioral health challenges. While regular home care might be appropriate for an individual in the early stage of Alzheimer’s disease or some types of behavioral problems, as the disease progresses, more advanced care is needed from specially-trained caregivers who are familiar with the various stages of the disease, how it manifests and common behaviors that are seen.
Private Duty Nurses - provide a variety of services to clients in their own home, including companionship and bathing. Private duty nurses are licensed practical nurses and professional registered nurses. Private duty nurses provide services to patients that need in-home monitoring, those who require adjustments to treatment regimens often, and patients with medical conditions that require frequent assessments and care plan changes.
Respite Care - provides planned short-term and long-term 24/7 home care for families and other unpaid caregivers of older adults with conditions such as cognitive loss in order to support and maintain the primary caregiving relationship. Respite also provides a positive experience for the person receiving care.
Stroke and Rehab Home Care Services - Stroke survivors and those recovering from other medical circumstances have the goal of returning to live independently at home. However, time is needed to recover and heal, a process which can't be rushed. Experienced caregivers are needed to understand what and when certain activities can be taken back on.
Ready to set started? Schedule a Free in-home assessment in Watertown!
To help you determine what level of assistance makes the most sense for your loved one in Watertown, we offer a free, in-home assessment by a registered nurse. These assessments evaluate an individual’s physical, social and cognitive well-being. A home safety check is also a part of this initial assessment. Our nurses have years of experience approaching the many sensitivities associated with beginning home care or changing services for older adults at home. Call today 781-350-4656 to learn more and to schedule a complimentary assessment.