Hourly Home Care

As time goes on, many seniors find it increasingly difficult to live independently at home. Daily Tasks that had once been routine, become a burden. Family members often become concerned with their loved one’s safety and are unsure how to move forward- that is where we come in. KeepMeHome is a leading provider of in-home care, helping many seniors across Connecticut balance their physical needs with their desire to remain independent at home. We offer hourly care plans that are tailored to each client’s individual needs, abilities, preferences and home environment, allowing them to maintain their regular routines in the community they love.

Hourly caregivers provide assistance anywhere from 4 to 24 hours a day. While they ensure that basic needs are met helping with cooking, cleaning, medication reminders and more, caregivers also help promote a higher quality of life for their clients.

Flexible Scheduling & No Long Term commitment

For clients looking for home care services, KMH does not require any long term commitments and there is no penalty/waiting period needed for cancelations. Clients and their families have the ability to choose any schedule that fits their needs. KMH care managers will work with you closely to make sure everything goes smoothly

Companion & Homemaker Care

Elderly companion & homemaker care services focus primarily on your social needs while ensuring your home is clean and safe. Among the tasks the companion/homemaker can provide are:

  • Accompany to appointments and/or run errands
  • Meal preparation
  • Perform light housekeeping tasks such as cleaning, organizing and dusting

Personal Care Assistant

Personal care focuses primarily on you or your loved one’s more personal needs. Also known as “hands on” care, it can cover a wide spectrum of care services. Our health professionals can give you the help you need without sacrificing your privacy or dignity. Personal Care Assistants can provide all services associated with companion care, plus:

  • Assist with “hands on” care, including bathing, dressing, skin, mouth and hair care
  • Assist with the use of ambulation devices, such as a wheelchairs and walkers
  • Measure temperature, pulse, respiration and blood pressure