Why Us?

We are a local business, not a franchise. We are here because we care.  Individually, our staff has been caring for family members, including Hospice Care, for family members and friends for their entire lifetime, in addition to having job related experience.  Not only do we have sympathy for families going through difficult times, but empathy.  We have been there, with our loved ones and friends.  We understand many of the decisions that have to be made and the peace of mind that can be given to others by assisting them with these decisions in a “hands-on-mode” if need be. 

Time At Home Living Assistance, performs rigorous screening to find the best, most reliable and compassionate caregivers. Our employees receive continual training to best serve our clients.  You can choose a caregiver from among those who are best matched to your needs, enabling a deeper companionship, enhancing safety and helping support both family and clients as much as we can.

Our caregivers are our employees. They’re bonded and insured for your protection. We are responsible for taxes, benefits, and workers compensation. If you need multiple Caregivers or simply wish to change to a different Caregiver, we will do all we can to make this transition as smooth as possible.  All you need do is tell us what schedule and services you need.

There’s no long-term contract with Time At Home, Living Assistance.  Use our services for only as long as you need and with 100% satisfaction. 

Home Care allows you to help your loved ones keep their independence while remaining in the surroundings they are comfortable and familiar with.  It allows them to be safe and cared for without being in a strange place. 

We have a variety of care plans and services available to our Clients. These services may include:

  • Assisting with Alzheimer’s or Dementia care
  • Tracking your Client’s condition and reporting changes to your supervisor
  • Performing light housekeeping
  • Preparing meals
  • Transporting Clients to and from appointments and social events
  • Running errands
  • Helping with bathing, dressing, and hygiene
  • Reminding the Client to take their medication on time
  • Helping with feeding and other everyday tasks
  • Providing live-in or overnight care
  • Offering respite care to relieve family Caregivers
  • Providing emotional support and much more!