VNA’s LifeStages team provides in-home care and support when caring for yourself is no longer possible.

“LifeStages allowed me to grant my mom’s wish to remain at home with family through the toughest of times. Not only were they able and willing but also caring and respectful. Their attentiveness toward the whole family made all the difference.” A LifeStages Client

A little help around the house can make a tremendous difference when the loss of mobility, strength, balance or cognitive awareness turn simple daily routines like bathing, shaving and dressing into major challenges. Our LifeStages caregivers are specially trained to assist our clients with their personal care needs. Our goal is to prioritize the safety and dignity of our clients.

Personal Care Services support Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and include assistance with:

  • Bathing
  • Dressing
  • Transferring
  • Toileting and Incontinence care
  • Feeding

Friendly Companionship (we can stop by at a specified time of day for)

  • Medication reminders
  • Preparing light meals
  • Organizing and light cleaning
  • Grocery shopping
  • Laundry
  • Sharing a cup of tea and a chat
  • Playing a board game or cards
  • Safely walking outdoors
  • Exploring the Internet

Transportation (we can stay with you during appointments and escort you home)

  • Medical or dental appointments
  • Release from hospital or day surgeries
  • Eye doctor appointments
  • Church services, social meetings
  • Personal appointments, such as a haircut or the neighborhood bridge game
  • Day trips to see the sights, visit family, a local library, museum, or art gallery
  • Errands such as grocery store, pharmacy, or post office
  • A meal out at a local restaurant or café

By providing the support you and your loved ones need, LifeStages caregivers make life easier and safer. To learn more, please call (207) 400-8763 or submit a request for more information.

Why In-Home Care may be the best choice.

Is home care right for you? How do you decide if your loved one can stay at home or should move to a facility? Many times, receiving care in your home is the first choice and can also be the most economical.

Not sure how to select the best agency for your loved one? Please review our top Ten Questions To Ask When Choosing A Home Care Provider

 For more information call (207) 400–8763.