A To Z Home Care is Arizona’s leading handicap home care provider. With all of our caregivers being Direct Care Worker (DCW), CPR, and First Aid certified, your loved one will be in the best hands while in the care of A To Z Home Care. We also put our caregivers through an extensive background check to ensure they are who they say they are and ensure your loved one is in safe hands.
With your loved one not being able to walk or stand to do household and personal tasks, you may be searching for in-home care for your handicapped loved one. The general speculation you may have is that putting them in a nursing home or care home is ideal. However, the experts at A To Z Home Care recommend keeping your loved one in the comfort and familiarity of their own home. Whether your loved one has been handicapped for a long period of time or they recently became handicapped, they may not thrive in a new unfamiliar environment as they are either used to being in their own home or are going through a significant change in their life and being in their home will help them feel more at ease with everything and have some normalcy. With A To Z Home Care, we bring handicap home care directly to your loved one.
Give us a call at 480-210-6390 and see how we can help you or your loved one.
Here are ways A To Z Home Care can help your loved one around the house, as well as with personal care.
Assistance Getting Around
Our team of compassionate caregivers can assist your loved one around the hose. Our handicap home care includes helping one in and out of bed, chairs, and couch, as well as assisting with toileting and bathing.
One of our main handicap home care assistance is helping your loved one go to the restroom, as well as assist in taking showers and baths.
Hygiene and Grooming
Our team of professional caregivers also can assist in hygiene and grooming as we know that this is a big part in maintaining a good quality of life. We assist with combing hair, brushing teeth, and more!
A To Z’s home care for handicapped includes helping around the house. We know a clean house is important so we help with sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, washing dishes, laundry and making beds to keep your loved one’s home clean and comfortable.
Meal Planning and Preparation
A To Z Home Care helps plan out meals for your loved one and prepare meals. Our caregivers talk with your loved one to see what their favorite meals and snacks are and we work with them to plan and prepare meals for them.
Companionship and Socialization
Mental health is extremely important, especially for your loved ones who may be alone and feeling depressed about their situation with no one to talk to for most of the day while you are at work or running errands. Our compassionate caregivers provide companionship and socialization. We truly get to know your loved one and become a second family to you all.
Exercise and Mobility
In handicapped home care, exercise and mobility is extremely important. All of our caregivers are trained to help your loved one move around and keep up a healthy lifestyle. At A To Z Home Care, we want your loved one to be able to exercise and maintain their health. We work with your loved one to keep up their muscle strength and limit bedsores from occurring. Another benefit of keeping active is it can help improve mental health if your loved one is having a hard time accepting their circumstances.
Humor and Fun
A To Z Home Care knows the importance of humor and fun while being a caregiver. Caregiving is more than just a job to us, it is our passion and we want to form a genuine bond with your loved one as we will be spending a lot of time with them.
Arizona’s Premiere Handicap Home Care
Handicap home care does not need to be in a facility. A To Z Home Care provides expert in-home care for your loved ones. One of the great aspects about us is our flexibility in schedules. You can schedule your loved one’s care whenever or wherever you need the help. No matter the time of day, A To Z is there to help.
Our leading handicap home care allows for your loved one to be cared for when you can not be there. Ask your loved one what they need help or assistance with as well as observe what they struggle with around the house. This will allow you to pinpoint where your loved one needs extra assistance.