Our Services

Choice Care Your Way provides caregiving & companionship services in the home, in the hospital, retirement community or facility. If you are looking for warm and knowledgeable caregivers, a fast response, and reliability then we are here for you with:

  • 24/7 on call availability for clients
  • Flexible scheduling to suit the clients needs
  • Support for families
  • Streamlined onboarding completed with a live person who is local ~ all done quickly & simple

You can arrange with the caregiver you select to pay an hourly rate for as-needed services, or an ongoing schedule that suits your needs best. If your needs are more extensive, we can introduce you to caregivers to supply 24/7 coverage.

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Caregiving and companionship

Sometimes all that’s needed is a little help. Maybe you or the person you care for no longer drives. Perhaps a spouse has recently passed away and your relative now needs help with cooking, laundry or other household tasks. Or you or your loved one is becoming isolated and simply needs some companionship to get out and engage with social activities. We can help!

  • Meal preparation
  • Grocery shopping and errands either alone or together
  • Light housekeeping
  • Laundry
  • Transportation
  • Assistance with light exercise and outdoor activity
  • Companionship and community engagement
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Personal Care & Clinical Support

Perhaps your relative needs assistance with more intimate types of care. We can provide personal care such as:

  • Bathing, dressing and hygiene
  • Monitoring vital signs and symptoms as directed by you & reported to the entities you request
  • Medication box fills, administration and/or reminders as you direct
  • Assistance on/off toilet and any needs related to incontinence
  • Supervision and assistance with ambulation and transfers from bed to wheelchair, or chair to stand, etc
  • Safety supervision and fall prevention
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Support during and after hospitalization

While you or your loved one is in the hospital, an extra set of eyes, ears and hands can make a challenging time much more safe & comfortable.  Many of the caregivers on our registry have extensive experience in hospital sitting.

Upon discharge, very likely you or your family member will need support during the first few weeks of recovery at home. Typical assistance includes any personal care needs, meal preparation, administering or reminders about medications,  driving one to follow-up appointments, and grocery shopping or running errands etc.

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Respite Care

If you are the caregiver and have an upcoming surgery or planned trip and need to be away from home, you are able to engage short term caregivers to meet the needs of your loved one in your absence. Having quality caregivers on board will allow you to rest easier knowing that your loved one is well cared for.


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Dementia Care

Caring for a person with a memory impairment, such as Alzheimer’s, vascular dementia or Parkinson’s, requires special skill and understanding. Many of the individuals on our registry have extensive experience in the nuances of caring and interacting with someone who is experiencing the complicated challenges unique to cognitive impairment and/or diseases like Parkinson’s. Examples of skills you may wish to focus upon in your caregiver search include:

  • Appropriate stimulation or avoidance of triggering stimulation
  • Support abilities that your loved one is able to continue to perform
  • Work with your loved one, as opposed to doing for them…for example washing dishes together.
  • Redirection techniques to calm/soothe such as using music and headphones, or a walk outside etc.
  • Strategize to minimize and safely manage sundowning
  • Supervise and protect against wandering
  • Daily provision of healthy and appropriate physical exercise
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End of Life Support and Care

If you or your loved one is approaching the end of life the skills of intuition, keen communication ability, and compassion from a caregiver is imperative. Many caregivers and companions with Choice Care Your Way (CCYW) have chosen to obtain training in comfort care techniques and are quite comfortable with the unique sensitivity and needs surrounding end-of-life. This is a stressful time for everyone in the family. CCYW caregivers/companions can be present to support the physical care needs of the client so the family can focus on visiting and making positive memories together with love and comfort.

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