Companionship care is a special service that we offer. It includes the following activities:
- Accompaniment on errands or to doctor appointments
- Assistance with grocery shopping
- Walking to get fresh air and exercise
- Writing letters
- Playing games
- Reading aloud
- Friendly conversation etc.
We offer household services in order to keep your home a clean and safe place. Our services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Homemaking services are a great option for when you first begin using assistance in the comfort of your home. It includes:
- Meal planning and preparation
- Light housekeeping
- Vacuuming and dusting
- Sweeping and mopping
- Changing bed sheets
- Cleaning bathroom and kitchen
- Emptying trash
- Assistance sorting and reading the mail etc.
As an experienced provider of personal care programs, we provide support to individuals in the comfort of their homes. Some of the services included in personal assistance are:
- Bathing or showering
- Dressing and grooming
- Hair, skin, and nail care
- Oral hygiene
- Toileting/incontinence care
- Walking and exercise assistance
- Medication reminders
Extraordinary Home Health Care LLC is committed to delivering the highest quality and most efficient non-medical emergency transportation services to our clients. We provide professional “door-through-door” local and long distance non-emergency medical transportation. Our specialized transportation is available to all, including senior citizens, people with limited mobility, people using wheelchairs, and parents of children with special needs.
Private Duty Aide
Private duty in-home care allows your loved one to get the help they need in the comfort of home. If your senior is healthy, it may be possible for you or your family to meet their needs or hire someone for non-medical in-home care. However, in situations where family members or home health aides can’t help, Extraordinary Home Health Care LLC in Missouri City can.
As your loved ones in need gain age, they may lose interest in food. Mealtime without a family is usually lonely. If your parent has a reduced sense of taste or smell, food may seem less appetizing. Medications can take a toll on appetite too. For aging parents with physical or mental impairments, difficulties with grocery shopping and preparing meals may be obstacles to good nutrition. Even when seniors do eat well, they may not fully absorb all their nutrients.