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Home Care Services

Who needs our home care services? Seniors, those recovering from injuries, recuperating from surgery, individuals experiencing debilitating or chronic illnesses – basically, anyone who needs help with day-to-day tasks at home. Often our clients can delay or even avoid placement in a long-term nursing facility if there’s a family caregiver to provide regular help. But for most families, the responsibilities of being a primary care provider are overwhelming or infeasible.

We’re here to help with professional home care services.

Help for the Family Caregiver

The primary family caregiver often helps a spouse, child or parent in unexpected ways. At Oasis In-Home Care, we customize a plan for each client that specifically addresses his or her needs and the needs of the family. Our non-medical in-home care services include assistance with:

  • Bathing
  • Housekeeping
  • Mobility Assistance
  • Dressing & Grooming
  • Transferring & Positioning
  • Meal Preparation & Feeding
  • Errands
  • Laundry & Linen
  • Incontinence Care
  • Medication Reminders
  • Assistance with Mail & Bill Organization
  • Meal Delivery


Contact Oasis In-Home Care today to discuss your home care services options and set up your free in-home assessment.


What are non-medical in-home care services?

Seniors Needing Assistance at Home

Non-medical in-home care services include the Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs). Sometimes the need for assistance is sudden, especially when it comes because of a debilitating injury or sudden illness. But most often, needs arise gradually as loved ones age. Common early assistance often revolves around IADLs, those activities that include driving, preparing meals, housework, shopping, managing finances, managing medications and using the telephone.

As the need for in-home care progresses, assistance extends to more personal tasks that people normally do on their own. These tasks are categorized as ADLs. The six ADLs are eating, dressing, bathing, toileting, transferring and continence. When life’s circumstances put us in the position of needing assistance with even those basic activities, family care givers can quickly become overwhelmed. If you need help with any of these tasks on a regular basis or if you find yourself helping a loved one, home care services could be right for you.