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Oasis In Home Care
Compassionate Carehc


The following are just some examples of what our caregivers do:

Our personalized services are available seven days a week and can range from a few hours daily to 24 hours and live-in care.

Caring Companionship &    Conversation
Personal Care
Light Housekeeping
Errands & Transportation
Help with Bills / Mail
Change Linens & Bed    Making
Play Games / Cards
Supervise Home    Maintenance
Rent & Play Movies
Organize Closets and    Pantries
Attend Events
Care for Plants
Weather Awareness
Monitor Food Freshness
Meal Planning & Preparation
Alzheimer's & Dementia    Care
Medication Reminders
Grocery Shopping
Walking Assistance
Wash Dishes
Apparel Selection    Assistance
Appointment Reminders
Coordinate Home Services
Pick up Prescriptions
General Shopping
Visit Friends
Review Phone Messages
Bathing & Grooming    Assistance

Service Intake Process Step

Step 1. In-Home Assessment
Upon the initial phone call, Oasis’ schedulers will make an appointment at the potential client's home with our Case Manager to assess the case.

Step 2. Assessment
The client's health and ADLs (Activities of Daily Living) are reviewed to determine the appropriate care plan. If the client's needs require a nursing home, we will make the appropriate referral. In most instances, we proceed to a care plan for future service.

Step 3. Plan of Care and Signing the Agreement
A written care plan is developed that outlines specific services appropriate for the new client, complete with specific instructions. The plan is reviewed with legal guardians or other responsible family members and service agreements are signed for immediate or future service.

Step 4. Caregiver Selection and Orientation
Oasis’ case managers will match a caregiver to a client based on skills needed for care, personality and availability. Caregivers are oriented to the client with detailed explanations of special needs and requirements.

Step 5. Monitoring and Review
Case managers call caregivers and clients to monitor care, client condition and provide additional assistance. Regular visits are made to client's homes to also review the care plan and assess the client and caregiver relationship. Caregivers perform daily documentation of client's care and special needs and relay special circumstances to the Oasis case managers for discussion with families and guardians.