Windward Life Care’s service options are flexible and scalable, providing exactly the level of at-home care clients need now—and as their needs evolve. As part of our integrated model of care, our Aging Life Care Managers, home care aides, and/or life skills trainers work together as a team to provide optimal levels of support in helping clients achieve their health and wellness goals.
Home Care Aides
Clients who need ongoing assistance with cooking, housekeeping, bathing, dressing, and other daily tasks would most benefit from regular visits from our highly trained home care aides. The level of support from home care aides can range from a few hours per week to 24/7 care, depending on each client’s particular needs. Home care aides can also help with engaging clients in purposeful activities, providing medication reminders, taking clients to appointments, and managing disease-related symptoms.
Life Skills Trainer
A Life Skills Trainer’s role is to to help clients with ongoing challenges related to cognitive impairment, mental health concerns, and/or substance misuse achieve greater independence in their daily activities. They can assist the client in managing their daily calendar, coordinating e-mail and written correspondence, and creating and maintaining a household budget. They also work with clients to discover and participate in hobbies, social activities, and experiences outside the home, providing the client with transportation and orientation within the community as needed. A life skills trainer works with the Aging Life Care Manager to help clients attain health, mental health, and/or sobriety goals.