At COHME, we’re dedicated to helping you feel comfortable, supported, and happy through individually- crafted care plans, customized to your needs.

Long-Term Care

At COHME, we help the elderly and their loved ones cope with a wide range of physical, emotional, and cognitive issues. We are dedicated to providing caring services that allow seniors to continue to live independently at home.

We go above and beyond to match your loved with an aide who can provide these necessities, in order to foster compatibility and allow for a rich relationship.

From the initial intake session, we get to know you and your loved one—and immediately begin to assess what type of aide who will make the right match. As our registered nurse assesses their mental and physical conditions, our social worker assesses your loved one’s home and social situation. The insight of a trained social worker provides immeasurable value in helping us determine the appropriate level of care.

All of our aides are certified in home healthcare and able to help with various activities of daily living—including wheelchair transfers, bathing, skincare, plus light housekeeping, laundry, shopping, and escorting. They can be available any number of hours, seven days per week—from as little as four hours to around-the-clock, dependent upon the client’s needs.

The complete list of services includes:

  • Home visits by experienced Registered and Licensed Practical Nurses
  • Comprehensive case management and visits by Licensed Clinical/Masters Social Workers
  • Pre-pour medication by registered nurses
  • Diet monitoring
  • Assistance with walking and light exercise
  • Assistance with activities of daily living: bathing, dressing, and grooming
  • Assistance with feeding, if needed
  • Stimulating activities and engagement with the client
  • Accompanying the client on visits to family, friends, and community events
  • Arranging and escorting the client to appointments
  • Light housekeeping, including laundry and ironing
  • Assisting your loved one with reading and correspondence
  • Answering the telephone and the door
  • Grocery shopping, planning, and preparing meals
  • Miscellaneous errands as needed

Once we determine your loved one’s care plan, we set him or her on a path for success. Our nurse and social worker check in with you frequently, as well as visit and phone your loved one’s home, to ensure all needs are being met. Another staff social worker provides support to our aides—because when they’re happier, your loved one receive better care.

Choose a personalized long-term home care plan with multiple layers of support. Get in touch with COHME >

Short-Term Care

An initial intake session shapes you or your loved one’s short-term care plan. During this session, our licensed social worker and registered nurse assess living situations, evaluate medical conditions, and gain insights to help them select the ideal aide.

Our aides are certified to assist with activities of daily living that become a struggle when physical functioning changes. From dressing to bathing, grooming to feeding, exercise to transportation, your loved one receives crucial assistance from a motivating companion. Our goal: to help him or her work towards greater independence, follow a tailored home exercise program, and progress to a speedy recovery, if possible. Our minimum for the week is 12 hours.

Choose a flexible short-term care plan with multiple layers of support. Get in touch with COHME >

Our Nurses

Our registered nurse is trained to make physical and cognitive diagnoses that inform your loved one’s care plan. She makes home visits every three months to monitor the client/aide relationship and approve ongoing care procedures. For an extra fee, our nurses are also available to do medication pre-pours.

When it comes to elderly care, medical attention is key. Trust an agency that values and monitors your loved one’s health. Get in touch with COHME >

Our Social Workers

Our social worker’s job is to ensure that you have the support, information, and referrals you need for healthy, ongoing care. Whether you need assistance with a living situation or an aide-related issue, our social work staff is available and ready to help. As your special point person at COHME, our social worker is a resource to you—helping you better understand and handle your loved one’s disability. Social workers are an integral part of our approach, assessing appropriate care plans and relationships and providing referrals for resources as needed.

Our social worker is essential in crafting your loved one’s plan based on the evaluation of living situation, disabilities, and family dynamics. Every three months, the social worker visits your loved one’s home to ensure ongoing health and safety.

Elder care social services are at the crux of our mission, and allow us to provide deeply personalized attention for your loved one.

Work with an agency that goes above and beyond. Get in touch with COHME >

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