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Home and Personal Care Services

There’s no place like home! Our team of specialized home caregivers will give you the confidence and comfort to enjoy the freedom and empowerment you or your loved ones deserve. All of our services are built around your needs and independence.

Personal Care

Our personal care services are provided to seniors and/or disabled individuals who require assistance with activities of daily living. These services offer non-medical assistance designed with our client’s needs in mind. With personal care from Samaritans-At-Last, every day activities become less of a challenge with our caregivers providing a safe and nurturing home environment.

Personal care services include the following:

  • Bathing and basic hygiene
  • Dressing
  • Oral Care
  • Meal planning and preparation
  • Supervised walks
  • Exercise …and more!

Samaritans-At-Last offers home care plans designed to meet the needs of you and your loved ones – all while remaining independent in their own home.

Home Care

Samaritans-At-Last caregivers know that home care is more than just a helping hand. Our home care plans are designed with an understanding that you are in control of the life you want.

We will meet or consult with those involved in your or a loved one’s care. This may include family members, physicians, social workers, hospitals, or nursing home staff. This helps us to establish the right action plan for home care needs. After a care plan is established, we work to match your loved one with one of our compassionate caregivers.

Our caregivers assist with daily activities that may be difficult for your loved one to do on their own. We can aid in dressing and bathing, as well as housekeeping activities. Whether the care you seek is for yourself or a loved one, you can trust Samaritans-At-Last to be there with a plan that works for all of your home care needs.

Home care services include the following:

  • Medication services and reminders
  • Health checks
  • Daily assistance
  • Light housekeeping
  • Laundry
  • Meal preparation
  • Companionship
  • Shopping errands
  • Mail, completion of forms, reading
  • Day transportation service…and more!

Samaritans-At-Last offers Care Management Plans to assist with your every day needs.

Becoming a paid, family caregiver

When you want your parent or loved one to stay in the comfort of their own home, most people opt for a professional caregiver. However, you can also get paid to take care of family members as a caregiver.

When a family member is the caregiver, you can save both yourself and your parent’s money. Tasks may include shopping for food and meal preparation, light housekeeping, and giving medicine. If you are 18 years or older, Samaritans-At-Last can assist you in become a paid, family caregiver. Benefits may include overtime, vacation and health insurance. Contact us to learn more.

Comprehensive Care Management

Comprehensive care management solutions cater to your needs or the needs of a loved one. Our wellness coordinators provide peace-of-mind for those who need it most.

Caring for a loved one is a complex and daunting task. Personal responsibilities combined with providing care may lend themselves to creating an environment of constant juggling. Samaritans-At-Last helps relieve that stress with continuous monitoring of your loved one’s personal care and home care needs along with ongoing re-evaluations and assessments. From establishing care to filing expenses with Medicaid, our wellness coordinators will oversee it all.

We’ve partnered with ClearCare and created a client portal that provides you with 24/7 access to your loved one’s health management information. You can rest assured that your loved one is receiving the care they need and deserve.


Features of our care management program include:

  • Comprehensive assessments
  • Transportation to and from physician visits.
  • Maintaining lines of communication between medical practitioners and family members.
  • Adherence to any dietary protocols as prescribed by your primary care physician or any licensed medical professional assigned to their care.
  • Reminders for daily tasks.
  • Ensuring compliance with any additional instructions given by primary care physician to patient.
  • Budget planning: private pay, Medicare, Medicaid

How to choose the right home care company?

Learn more about our Care Management program.

We can answer any questions or concerns you may have and help you make clear and informed decisions about home care.