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Long Term Care Services

At Simply Home Care, our long-term care services are customized to promote healthy, happy healing and continuity of care in the comfort of your own home.

Our personalized approach is designed to make your life easier, with a focus on improving our patients’ physical and mental wellbeing. We understand the need for long-term care is often sudden and difficult to navigate, which is why our compassionate team is with you every step of the way, and here for you if you have any questions.

We provide a range of in-home care options for seniors and adults with disabilities. Our care plans are customized to each individual to ensure they receive the best care possible. From assistance with dressing and hygiene to medication management and transportation to/from doctor appointments, our dedicated caregivers are here to help you or your loved one not just navigate life, but enjoy every moment of it.

Companion Care

Maintaining good relationships and enjoying the companionship of friends and loved ones is the core of a happy, healthy lifestyle. We treat your oved ones as we would our own, providing the highest level of care. Our caregivers provide care with compassion, meaning not just helping with household chores but also engaging in fun activities like putting together puzzles or playing card games. Our companion care specialists prioritize both mental and physical wellbeing to help keep your loved one active and  engaged.


Maintaining one’s home can be a draining chore without help. Ensuring your home is clean and organized just the way you like it is something we take great pride in. To ensure a clean, clutter-free lifestyle, our caregivers provide everything from light housekeeping to laundry (washing and folding) and even taking out the garbage. We can also help with grocery shopping and personalized meal prep (keeping in mind nutrition, dietary restrictions and allergens) to make life easier for you. Helping get your home in order helps create a relaxing space to enjoy your day and focus on activities that bring you joy and keep you engaged.

Personal Care

Our caregivers help maintain daily routines as an important cornerstone to ensuring our patients feel “at home” while in their home. Helping your loved one with personal hygiene and getting around are the simplest, yet most crucial aspects of providing home care: preserving one’s lifestyle as much as possible. We understand that mobility is often a challenge, both mentally and physically, which is why our caregivers take the time to safely assist with the challenges of getting around, as well as with the changes in lifestyle having limited mobility creates.

Mobility Assistance

  • Wheelchair assistance & transferring
  • Walking/walker assistance
  • Paraplegia/quadriplegia care
  • Safety supervision

Personal Hygiene

  • Bathing (including bed baths, shower & tub assistance)
  • Grooming & dressing
  • Dental/Oral care

Our Process

We will be here by your side throughout the care process, providing the necessary support to you and your family. We understand the effort you’ve put into reaching this point, so allow us to handle the rest of the work for you.

Our goal at Simply Home Care is to provide remarkable care and an exceptional experience to our clients. To ensure that we deliver on this promise, we have developed a unique three-step approach to care that puts you at the center of everything we do.

Step 1: Develop a Personalized Plan

We understand that every individual has unique needs and preferences, which is why we start by developing a personalized care plan just for you. When you first contact us, we will ask you some questions to understand your wishes and arrange an in-home visit to perform a basic needs and environment assessment. This will help us develop a client care profile and custom tailor a personalized care plan that meets your specific needs. We will review the care plan with you in detail and modify it as needed.

Step 2: Identify the Best Caregiver for You

We recognize that allowing someone into your home is a significant step, and we value the trust you place in us. Our dedicated team works diligently to identify the ideal caregiver for your needs. We consider a range of factors, such as interests, personality, and services required, and prescreen all caregivers, including conducting background and reference checks. All caregivers are also bonded and insured.

Step 3: Deliver Extraordinary Care with Ongoing Support

At Simply Home Care, we strive to provide extraordinary care that goes beyond meeting basic needs. Our caregivers work tirelessly to improve the quality of life for our clients by providing meaningful social connections and personal interactions. We keep detailed notes on every service provided, and our supervisory staff periodically visit your loved one’s home to ensure that everything is going well. Our care team is also trained to notice and report any changes in health or condition so that we can quickly adjust care if needed.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is long-term care?

A: Long-term care refers to a range of medical and non-medical services provided to individuals who are unable to perform basic activities of daily living, such as dressing or bathing. These services can be provided at home, in the community, in assisted living or in nursing homes.

Q: What are the benefits of long-term care?

A: Long-term care insurance provides coverage for the costs of long-term care associated with the activities of daily living, such as eating, bathing, dressing, and other needs. The need for long-term care may be due to a chronic illness or injuries that require extended rehabilitation and care.

Q: What types of services are included in long-term care?

A: Long-term care can include skilled nursing care, speech, physical or occupational therapy, or home health aide services.

Q: Does Medicare pay for long-term care?

A: Medicare and most health insurance plans don’t pay for long-term care in a nursing home. Even if Medicare doesn’t cover your nursing home care, you’ll still need Medicare for hospital care, doctor services, and medical supplies while you’re in the nursing home.

Q: What is the most common type of long-term care?

A: Personal care, which includes help with everyday activities such as bathing, dressing, grooming, using the toilet, eating, and moving around, is the most common type of long-term care.

Q: What is the difference between long-term care and nursing home?

A: Long-term care provides both medical and non-medical services to individuals who need assistance with activities of daily living, while a nursing home is primarily focused on providing skilled medical care. Long-term care is typically more of a permanent residence and is not typically covered by insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid.

Get in Touch with Us Today!

When it comes to home health care services, you can trust SIMPLY Home Care to give you the best care possible. If you have any questions about our services, feel free to send us a message.