In-Home Support Services

Activities of Daily Living Support (ADL): Supporting individuals with basic personal hygiene, bathing, eating, dressing, bowel and bladder care, mobility and medication administration.

Instrumental Activities of Daily Living Support (IADL): Assisting with light housekeeping, grocery shopping and meal prep, financial budgets, laundry, medical appointments, social support, and participation in the community.

Community Transportation: Supporting individuals to safely access their community to obtain goods and services.

Respite/Relief Care: Providing relief to family members and primary care givers in their home environment.

Skills Training: Hands on training program designed to help individuals develop the skills needed to achieve maximum independence to accomplish their ADL, IADL, and health-related skills goals.

Behavior Consultation and Support: We partner with individuals, caretakers, and families to develop person-specific plans that promote healthy behaviors and sustainable support.

For more information, call 503-239-8101 (option #7)