Windward Life Care provides a continuum of care for aging or disabled adults who prefer to receive assistance and care at home. Through our integrated model of care, clients benefit from the combined skills of their Aging Life Care Manager, home care aides, and home health nurse. Our clinical team has years of experience working in healthcare and behavioral health settings, with specific training in in social work, nursing, dementia care, activity engagement, and other related fields. Our home care aides work together under the guidance of an Aging Life Care Professional to provide services customized for each client’s needs.

Care Management

Our services start by establishing a relationship with an Aging Life Care Manager. Through a detailed assessment process with their care manager, clients and their families gain an objective perspective on their situation. Care managers develop a plan of care that addresses identified needs and improves quality of life while anticipating developments as the client’s situation evolves. Learn more.

Home Care

Clients who need ongoing assistance with cooking, housekeeping, bathing, dressing, and other daily tasks 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. Learn more.

Home Health

We provide skilled in-home nursing care for clients who prefer to live at home rather than in a rehabilitation or long-term care setting. We bring healthcare directly to our clients, where and when they need it. Our highly trained nurses have the expertise to provide transitional or ongoing care for patients living with cardiovascular disease, dementia, Parkinson’s, and other chronic conditions. Learn more.

Clients can count on Windward Life Care staff for their professional expertise in the following areas and more:

  • Memory impairment, including Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias
  • Mental health issues
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Developmental disabilities
  • Family caregiver training and support
  • Home safety and fall prevention
  • End-of-life care