• 24 Hour Care
  • Live-In Care
  • Bedside Comfort
  • Personal Care
  • Homemaker
  • Companionship
  • Senior Transportation
  • Respite Care
  • Dementia & Alzheimers Care
  • Hospital Discharge Assistance
  • After Surgery Care
  • Chronic Conditions
  • Hospice (End of Life)

If you are all alone and have no family either nearby or living let us help you 24/7 so you are never alone. Our caregivers can live with you and respond to your every need. This gives you a sense of security knowing if there is an emergency or immediate need you just to need to call out and the caregiver is there for you. While in the 24/7 care they can help you get around the house, do chores, cooking, cleaning and overall health management. They can even help you if you need to order groceries online or talk to family or friends

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  • Health Management

  • Coordination of Personal Care

  • Safety (Fall Risks)

  • Household (laundry, doing linens, cooking, shopping, doing dishes, emptying garbage)

  • Personal Care (hygiene, grooming, dressing, bathing, toiletry

  • Mobility and Ambulation

  • Eating

  • Medication Reminders

  • Daily Reminders (Day, Time)

  • Phone Calls

  • Answering Door

  • Help Ordering Supplies on Internet or Peapod for Groceries

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If you are all alone and have no family either nearby or living let us help you 24/7 so you are never alone. Our caregivers can live with you and respond to your every need. This gives you a sense of security knowing if there is an emergency or immediate need you just to need to call out and the caregiver is there for you. While in the 24/7 care they can help you get around the house, do chores, cooking, cleaning and overall health management. They can even help you if you need to order groceries online or talk to family or friends.

Want to learn more and have peace of mind?
Contact us today (860) 519-1922

  • Health Management

  • Coordination of Personal Care

  • Safety (Fall Risks)

  • Household (laundry, doing linens, cooking, shopping, doing dishes, emptying garbage)

  • Personal Care (hygiene, grooming, dressing, bathing, toiletry

  • Mobility and Ambulation

  • Eating

  • Medication Reminders

  • Daily Reminders (Day, Time)

  • Phone Calls

  • Answering Door

  • Help Ordering Supplies on Internet or Peapod for Groceries

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A trip to the hospital or emergency room can be very stressful.Patients can feel vulnerable and nervous when in the hospital. Sometimes they can’t care for themselves, and, left unattended, can be a safety risk to themselves or others.

At these times, they need compassionate, one-on-one observation to remain calm, safe, and secure. While critical, this monitoring can strain your highly-skilled nursing staff — potentially removing them from the unit or doubling work schedules and overtime.

Heaven's Hands offers customized patient sitter/companion services that minimize the non-clinical functions that your nursing staff perform for required one-on-one patient observation.

This provides patients with the individualized care they need while enabling your nursing staff to focus on their core clinical competencies.

Bedsitters are present to accompany someone who is either in the hospital, hospice, rehabilitation facility, assisted living, convalescent home and private Bedsitters Companions Respite Care Dementia Care Personal Care Hospital Discharge Post Surgery Senior Transport 24/7 Live-In homes. The bedsitters watch over your loved one for any period of time you need them. The reason why this is important is they are never alone.

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Most patients that suffer from dementia can suffer even more when in a strange place and having a bedsitter by their side will help them immensely. Also if your loved one has to be in a convalescent home or rehabilitation facility recuperating either from a fall or just short term care it can be devastating being away from home. However having a bedsitter to read to them, talk to them and just simply be company can make the time there so much more pleasant. The other thing our bedsitters do is constantly watch over your loved one to ensure they don’t fall getting out of bed, try to get out of bed when they shouldn’t. If your loved one needs oxygen, the bedsitter can ensure their oxygen tube does not come displaced and ensure the oxygen is on and running properly. The bedsitter also communicates with the party that is overseeing the care of the person if they notice anything that causes concern. It is having an extra set of eyes and ears protecting your loved one.

Where:

  • Hospitals

  • Assisted Living

  • Rehabilitation Facilities

  • Convalescent Homes

  • VA Hospitals

  • Private Homes

What we do:

  • Safety (Fall Risks – Monitor patients in bed, getting in and out of bed, getting in and out of chair, toileting)

  • Meal Assistance

  • Communication for Person (Complaints of pain, chills, nausea, vomiting, shortness of breath, unusual odor)

  • Companionship (read to person, play games, talk to them about current events, remind them of day and time)

  • Positioning and Ambulation (at direction of nurse or physical therapist) – prevent bed sores, transport from bed to chair

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It is necessary to fulfill the basic needs of life and this includes personal care. Our caregivers can help you with personal hygiene such as grooming, toileting and bathing. They can help with just getting dressed everyday which gives the person a sense of day and night and some essence of quality of life. Our care management team can coordinate personal care. The caregivers are also there to remind you of medications that need to be taken. Mobility is always an issue as we age and here again the caregiver can help with ambulating in and out of bed, around the house or to the bathroom. They can make calls to check on medical equipment or even check medical appointments. They can also assist with answering the door or deliveries.

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  • Personal Hygiene

  • Coordinate Personal Care

  • Management of Symptoms

  • Mobility

  • Bathing

  • Eating

  • Dressing

  • Grooming & Toileting

  • Bathing Assistance

  • Medication Reminders

  • Physical Appointments

  • Seeking Sources of Medical Equipment

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It is necessary to fulfill the basic needs of life and this includes personal care. Our caregivers can help you with personal hygiene such as grooming, toileting and bathing. They can help with just getting dressed everyday which gives the person a sense of day and night and some essence of quality of life. Our care management team can coordinate personal care. The caregivers are also there to remind you of medications that need to be taken. Mobility is always an issue as we age and here again the caregiver can help with ambulating in and out of bed, around the house or to the bathroom. They can make calls to check on medical equipment or even check medical appointments. They can also assist with answering the door or deliveries.

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  • Personal Hygiene

  • Coordinate Personal Care

  • Management of Symptoms

  • Mobility

  • Bathing

  • Eating

  • Dressing

  • Grooming

  • Medication Reminders

  • Physical Appointments

  • Seeking Sources of Medical Equipment

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Companions are people who serve to fill the day when you can’t be there for your loved one. They can talk, read, listen to music, share news about current events or the interests of the client. They can help them with medication reminders, cleaning, cooking, shopping or even phone calls or video chats with family. They can do daily activities or walks or watch movies together with your loved one. You can be assured your loved one is cared for and has someone with them all day so you can go through your day worry free and know they are having a quality of life that might not be possible without a companion.

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  • Conversations about day, time, current events, interests

  • Share time with photo albums

  • Medication Reminders

  • Appointments

  • Shopping

  • Reading

  • Do Daily Activities

  • Accompany to Areas of Interest (Movies, Senior Centers, Religious Services, etc.)

  • Watch TV or Listen to Music together

  • Take out for coffee or nice drive (get flowers, pumpkins)

  • Cooking

  • Cleaning

  • Doing laundry

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What to you do when you can’t drive anymore, whether it is because of a condition or memory? Well you call us. We will take you wherever you need to go and ensure you are well taken care of for whatever you need. You may need to go to a service, go shopping, run some errands or you may want to visit a friend or attend Bingo. We can be there 24/7 to help you with your transportation needs. There is no need to look any further we can help you get to where you are going.

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  • Transport to Appointments

  • Shopping

  • Errands

  • Church

  • Special Events/Functions

  • Senior Centers

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Are you the caregiver in your family for an aging parent or aging family member or a loved one? Are you overwhelmed with trying to work and care for someone. It can be exhausting caring for someone each hour of each day all while managing your own life. Burnout is inevitable, unless you get help. As a caregiver it is so important to take care of yourself because if you don’t you may not be to care for your loved one. That is why we are here, in order to help you get the break you deserve.

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Whether it is an errand for yourself, grocery shopping, your own personal appointment or simply a lunch with friends you need time for yourself. The better you take care of yourself the better you are for the loved one. It is impossible to work every day, care for a loved one every day and have no break in between, you can only do this for a short time before it will take a toll on you. By giving yourself a timeout for an activity or fun you will be happier taking care of your loved one. We can help by stepping in and doing the things you would normally do while you rest and take a reprieve. We can cook, clean, grocery shop, visit with your loved one, give medication reminders, bathe them, dress them, and talk to them, even listen to music or watch TV with them. Let us help you be there for them always.

  • Relief for the caregiver of the adult (vacation, time off, special occasion)

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The care of a person with Alzheimer’s or Dementia is ever changing. Whether the person has a mild case or a severe case it can be overwhelming. You need to know the person may not even remember how they act or what they said. The person may not remember you or their own family. They may not even know the day or hour or year. They can forget to take care of themselves in the most basic way. We are here to help. We can place reminders for the person for medication, the date, who we are, who their family is and give them a routine every day that will help reinforce their behavior.

A routine will help them not get as frustrated or impatient. You have to remember they don’t remember. Although the person is seems like the same, sometimes their personality and memory has changed due to dementia. So it is hard to grasp that this person you once knew is not the same. It is difficult to understand how to help someone in this condition so that is why we are here. Our job is to keep them safe and secure and to keep you with piece of mind not worrying about how they are doing. A daily routine and someone to look out for them so they don’t get hurt or lose their way is critical.

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  • Daily Care

  • Daily Care Plan

  • Daily Activities (person’s skills and abilities such as music, art, or games, relating activities to the person’s work life, paying attention to what the person enjoys, watch for distractions, watch physical problems and vision and hearing

  • Communication

  • Food and Eating

  • Incontinence

  • Bathing

  • Dressing

  • Grooming

  • Dental Care

  • Medical Safety

  • Physical Safety – ensure person cannot wander out of area

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If you or your loved one ended up in the hospital whether it be for surgery or some other mishap it can be daunting to come home and not be in shape to do all the things you use to do before you went in to the hospital. It may only be short term or it could be long term, whatever the case you need help. That is why we are here. We can pick you up, bring you home, bring you to follow-up appointments with the doctor, help you seek out sources of medical equipment you may need, special care needs, ambulation, pick up prescriptions, do your grocery shopping, clean, cook and just be there for you 24/7 until you feel strong enough or well enough to be on your own. Our care planners will manage your care and our caregivers will be with you all the way through your recovery. Let us help you get back on your feet. If you live on a second floor you will need extra help to navigate up and down. What about your furry friends……do you have pets? If you do we can help get their food and ensure they are ok too. What is the best thing? When you are weak you feel very vulnerable we will give you a sense of peace and security knowing you can count on us.

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  • Oxygen Needs are Met

  • Seeking Sources of Medical Equipment

  • Special Care Techniques

  • Vision/Hearing – help patient having problems hearing or seeing

  • Transport (Bed to Chair, Chair to Bed, Bed to Walker, Walker to Bed, Walker to Toilet, Toilet to Walker

  • Care Management

  • Senior Transport

  • Ambulating

  • Medical Appointments

  • Seeking Medical Equipment

  • Household Chores (Cleaning, Shopping, Errands, Meal Prep)

  • Special Clothes or Shoes needed

  • Bathing

  • Toileting

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If you or your loved one ended up in the hospital whether it be for surgery or some other mishap it can be daunting to come home and not be in shape to do all the things you use to do before you went in to the hospital. It may only be short term or it could be long term, whatever the case you need help. That is why we are here. We can pick you up, bring you home, bring you to follow-up appointments with the doctor, help you seek out sources of medical equipment you may need, special care needs, ambulation, pick up prescriptions, do your grocery shopping, clean, cook and just be there for you 24/7 until you feel strong enough or well enough to be on your own. Our care planners will manage your care and our caregivers will be with you all the way through your recovery. Let us help you get back on your feet. If you live on a second floor you will need extra help to navigate up and down. What about your furry friends……do you have pets? If you do we can help get their food and ensure they are ok too. What is the best thing? When you are weak you feel very vulnerable we will give you a sense of peace and security knowing you can count on us.

Want to learn more and have peace of mind?
Contact us today (860) 519-1922

  • Oxygen Needs are Met

  • Seeking Sources of Medical Equipment

  • Special Care Techniques

  • Vision/Hearing – help patient having problems hearing or seeing

  • Transport (Bed to Chair, Chair to Bed, Bed to Walker, Walker to Bed, Walker to Toilet, Toilet to Walker

  • Care Management

  • Senior Transport

  • Ambulating

  • Medical Appointments

  • Seeking Medical Equipment

  • Household Chores (Cleaning, Shopping, Errands, Meal Prep)

  • Special Clothes or Shoes needed

  • Bathing

  • Toileting

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Since we are all not getting any younger, as we age we may get conditions we never had before and it can be scary, but it doesn’t have to be if you let us help. For example, if you are older your balance may not be what it once was due to arthritis, heart disease, diabetes, or dementia. Your mobility is limited now as well. Let up help you by being there for you whether it is assisting you in your mobility in and out of bed, to the bathroom, bathing or just simply walking around your house. Unfortunately as we age we also wrestle with the fact we gain weight more than we lose it. This too can be frustrating if you now are having trouble with mobility because of the pressure on your feet, back and legs due to extra weight. As we age we also sometimes get depressed since our independence is limited, maybe family is no longer in the picture or are not helpful to your needs, your friends are no longer here and everyone seems so much younger and you don’t have anyone your own age to talk to. We can help here too by bringing you to senior activities or centers, getting you involved with others in the community that share the same needs. Physically you could be going more severe conditions like heart issues or even cancer. Let us help you manage your care and your needs. Our caregivers have a wealth of expertise and experience and are ready to serve you.

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  • Physical Health Issues (Diabetes, Heart, Cancer)

  • Mobility Issues (Due to Stroke, Arthritis, Weight)

  • Personal Issues (Depression)

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Talking about the end of life can be emotionally challenging and physically exhausting. Planning for end-of-life care can be even more difficult and stressful. When a family member is diagnosed with a life-limiting condition, he or she often has a strong desire to spend their final days in the comfort and familiarity of their home

At Heaven’s Hands Home Care, we respect and honor how our clients want to be treated and cared for in their final months, weeks and days. The dignity and comfort of our clients is our number one priority. We want your last memories with your loved one to be remembered as a peaceful and graceful passing, while we focus on preserving the dignity and comfort of your loved one.

Add this quote “One person caring about another represents life’s greatest value.”
–Jim Rohn

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How We Help

Heaven’s Hands is here to offer emotional support and care for your loved one by working with a hospice agency to help manage their comfort and preserve their dignity. We support, listen, and to develop a relationship with that person that is transcending in his or her illness. We will care for your loved one, helping with personal care, companionship, support, and comfort. The end of one’s life is an emotional time let us help by easing the stress of your loved one’s care. Be there and support as a family member or friend and leave the caregiving to us. We have your back.

Our Services

Personal Care – Baths, Dressing, Oral Care etc.

Preserving dignity – Clean clothes, brushed hair, continence care 

Feeding – Thicker when swallowing gets difficult

Turn & Reposition – Prevent bedsores if bedbound, preventing skin breakdown

Reporting Changes – Body temperature, breathing environment, appetite, disorientation

Monitoring pain – Reporting changes, getting ahead of the pain

Companionship – Moral support and preventing Isolation

Our Hospice Caregivers

Our hospice caregivers are trained and have experience in end of life care. They work closely with the hospice nurse reporting all changes. Our caregivers are compassionate and understand how vital the care they provide is during this emotional time. They take on full responsibility on being the eyes and ears of the client. Our caregivers are trained in recognizing the signs and symptoms of their clients. Emotional support is critical and our caregivers care with heart.

Planning for End of Life

Putting a team in place at the start of your end of life journey allows you and your loved one time to better prepare and plan.

Start the conversation

Lead the end of the life planning process

Eliminate key sources of stress for the loved one left behind

Rest assured their wishes can be met

Make a checklist

  • Funeral Arrangements 

  • Important documents 

  • Final Wishes 

  • Estate Information 

  • Dependents 

  • End of Life preferences 

  • Contact Information 

  • Legacy 

Around The Clock Care

24-hour care gives the family the support in knowing their loved one will never be alone during their end of life journey. It's vital to have a team in place to avoid last-minute scrambling. Changes with your loved ones can occur by the hour, having an experienced hospice aide ensures the quality care and comfort your loved one deserves.

Monitoring hourly changes

Continuity of Care

Maintaining Dignity & Comfort

Preventing skin breakdown (bed-bound clients)

Getting ahead of the pain

Quality Care

Companionship

Emotional Support

Reporting Changes

Reduced Stress for family

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