Specialized Care for Unique Circumstances

Post Hospital and Rehab Care

The time immediately following the release from the hospital or rehabilitation facility is a critical phase of the recovery process. Our caregivers make our clients’ transitions to home as seamless, safe, and positive as possible. Our team provides the following post care services:

  • Support for the care plan to aid in recovery after the surgery.
  • Assistance with household activities and responsibilities, including meal preparation, light housekeeping, and running errands.
  • Incidental transportation from post care services to doctor’s appointments, such as office visits and physical therapy.
  • Communication with other members of the clients’ medical care team as needed

Specialized Care

In-home technology will help keep people at home longer. With our trusted partnerships and experience in the field we offer options that help you or your loved one stay home safely and with the independence they enjoy whether through safety alert devices or medication management electronic dispensers CareBuilders at Home has support staff on-call to answer any of your questions or concern needs.

End of Life Care

When a loved one is diagnosed with a life altering and limited life expectancy diagnosis, he or she often has a strong desire to spend their final days in the comfort of their home. Caring for your loved one at the end of their life can be emotionally challenging, mentally and physically exhausting. We at CareBuilders at Home are here to support you and your loved one by working with a hospice agency or medical provider to fully meet your family’s care needs. We not only will assist in caring for your loved one but provide assistance around the house, provide respite relief and emotional and moral support for everyone affected by your family’s changes.

Alzheimers & Dementia Care

You are not alone. We are here to help care for your loved one at home and give your family the support it needs to manage the challenge of the changes you are faced with.
CareBuilders at Home understands the struggles families face when caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia and we are here to help. Our caregivers receive special training and certifications to care for or clients affected by Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia. It is our mission to provide as much love and support to not only the client we serve but their families who are affected by the disease.

What does it mean to you to be a caregiver at CBaH? You have to have patience, compassion, dependability and most importantly trustworthiness. We are given the privilege to become a part of someone’s life, to be there for them during a big chapter in life. To me that’s a honor to have and I’m proud of what I do here at CBaH.

What do you enjoy most about being a caregiver? Everything, I’ve always been a natural caregiver. I enjoy getting to know the client, just making their life easier so they have the comfort to stay at home. When I’m greeted with a smile every time, that’s how I know I am doing a great job and I that I love my job.

Jennifer Rios—C.N.A/MA

I cannot thank you enough for your understanding and support through some difficult times. It is refreshing to work with someone who provides the utmost in professionalism and kindness.

Hugh Kelley, Lawyer

Team of professionals have helped us to improve many aspects of our life, social life included. The personal assistent works hard, we do not need to follow her around, she knows what to do.

Angelina Collier, Manager