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Non-Medical Care Services

Improving Day-to-Day Life at Home

We Win Home Care in North Wales, Pennsylvania, offers non-medical care services that are catered to the unique needs of each and every client. We offer our services throughout the surrounding counties. Call us today to learn more.

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Non-Medical Home Care

Rely on We Win Home Care to meet your loved one's needs. Experienced and knowledgeable, our staff is ready to provide personalized care services in the comfort of home. From ensuring medicine is taken on schedule to cooking or laundry, we do it all. Call today to learn more about how we help ease the process of day-to-day life, which includes helping with:

  • Cooking
  • Cleaning
  • Shopping
  • Bathing
  • Grooming
  • Transferring from Bed To Wheelchair
  • Excursions
  • Errands
  • Dressing
  • Repositioning
  • Recreation
  • Companionship
  • Laundry
  • Hygiene & More
  • Shaving
  • Support Group
  • Prescription Reminders
  • Escorting to Appointments and Outings

Going Above & Beyond

We Win Home Care takes your peace of mind seriously. Let us do all the legwork required to deal with insurance approvals. If need be, we can be flexible with our scheduling, allowing you to call and ask questions when you need the answers. We carry out inspections to ensure that your needs are met, with our founder herself dropping by quarterly to meet with you.

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Non-Medical in -Home care explained

What to expect from In-Home care

What It Is

Homecare, also known as in-home care, is non-medical care provided in the client's home. It includes custodial care and assistance with activities of daily living such as eating, bathing and providing medication reminders. Homecare workers are professionally trained caregivers who provide companionship and are responsible for maintaining a safe environment for the person receiving care.

What to Expect

Homecare can be arranged without a physician's order and is different from home health care, in that caregivers do not provide nursing care. For example, while they may provide medication reminders, they are not allowed to administer medication. Neither are caregivers housecleaners; although some light housekeeping may be necessary and appropriate, heavy housecleaning is normally not expected. Homecare workers may provide care within a facility setting; check with the agency you have chosen to verify whether it offers this service.

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