Our Services

Our Services

Your home care needs are our priority.  We know that living independently can be an option for everyone.  Regent provides care wherever you call home; your home, a family member’s home, independent living facility, assisted living facility, rehabilitation facility, skilled nursing facility, etc.

We provide the nurse assisted care that makes it possible.  A Registered Nurse (RN) meets with each new client to assess the level of care needed and then develops a care plan for our caregivers to follow.  RN oversight is provided throughout the course of care with a follow up visit within the first two weeks of the start of care.  This is further supported by regular RN visits every 30 to 60 days to evaluate the services and make care plan adjustments to meet the client’s changing needs.

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Companion Care

Companion Care Services not only relieve stress and worry for family caregivers, but they also provide the healthy interaction and activity that are vital for seniors in retaining cognitive abilities and physical health.

Respite and family relief

Companionship and conversation

Engage in stimulating activities such as playing games, cards and reading

Medication Reminders

Monitor diet and eating

Meal preparation and cooking

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Personal Care

Personal Care needs are ever-changing in the adult and elderly clients we serve. We offer a full continuum of care at home. Our caregivers go beyond basic companionship and housekeeping services to provide sensitive, personal care services while maintaining the focus on emotional well being and client safety.

Transferring, positioning and mobility assistance

Bathing and showering assistance

Help with restroom use

Personal hygiene assistance

Personal appearance care

Mealtime feeding assistance

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Skilled Care

Skilled Care is our highest level of care in the home. Our services assist patients recovering from illness, injury or surgery, or help guide families in caring for their loved ones in the home.

Initial assessment and evaluations

Pre-operative and post-operative care

Obtaining and monitoring vitals

Medication management and administration

Catheter care/change

Diabetic care