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Home care recipients receive ongoing assistance with activities of daily living (ADL), which may include services such as bathing, dressing, grooming, meal preparation, light housekeeping, errands, and medication reminders.

These supportive services can be arranged for any frequency of time, from one to twenty four hours of care daily, on a respite or temporary basis. Beachside Home Care staff work with clients, families, and other relevant health care providers to customize care plans, designed to keep individuals safe, healthy, and independent at home.

Having a professional care giver in your home can provide additional level of security, and gives you and your family a peace of mind. With an agency's care giver in the home, families are regular updated as to the well being of their loved one.

Care in the home may include some combination of skilled nursing services and non-medical or assisted living services. These differences are important because they help determine the appropriate level of care provided, which in-turn will determine the actual cost of care and also the dunding sources available to pay for care.