iCare Caregivers Inc

Our Services

iCare Caregivers provides non-medical personal care in home with a professional staff of Caregivers. We provide Companion, Homemaking, Personal and Other services to seniors and those who need additional assistance. Service options include 24hour live-in care or hourly care support with a minimum of 4 hours per shift. If needed, caregivers can also provide services to individuals who may reside in an assisted living or nursing home facility.


iCare Caregivers are w-2 employees and are covered with our liability insurance and bonding.  Caregivers are fully screened and employed through iCare Caregivers. We take care of payroll processing, tax preparation and providing you with a care team support staff.


All iCare Caregivers Non-Medical Services are made to custom fit the needs of each client. Some of the service we provide are listed below.

Companion        Homemaking      Personal      Respite     Hospital Sitting      Discharge Assistance     Patient Advocate



1)  Companionship Services- provides fellowship and support to clients.

·          Run errands

·          Meal preparation

·          Light Housekeeping

·          Medication reminders

·          Shopping at the mall

·          Being a supportive friend

·          Inform family of health changes

·          Mail and paperwork organization

·          Regular Visits, conversations and company

·          Accompany to cultural events (concerts, plays, movies)

·          And more…


2)  Homemaking Services- overseeing the day-to-day operations of a household, and the managing of other domestic concerns such as cooking and cleaning.

·          Medication reminders

·          Grocery shopping and running errands

·          Meal planning, preparation and clean up

·          Housekeeping/ All Laundry and change bed linens

·          Tidy and maintain all living areas throughout the day

·          Stand by assistance for safety while the client bathes and dresses

·          And more…


3)  Personal Care Services- provides assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADL) and limited household functions.

·          Medication reminders

·          Assistance with oral hygiene

·          Incontinence and toileting care

·          Transportation to doctors appointment

·          Assist with training in self-care techniques

·          Transferring to and from bed/chair/bedside

·          Assistance with morning and evening routines

·          Help with exercise and non-medical physical therapy

·          Tidy and maintain all living areas throughout the day

·          Assistance with bathing, grooming, and personal hygiene

·          Eating: special preparation and feeding with monitoring of eating safety risks

·          And more…


4)  Other iCare Services-


a.    Respite Care - is used on a temporary relief basis to aid the primary Caregiver when personal time is needed. So whether it’s a family member or a private duty caregiver, a Respite Caregiver gives the gift of time. This care includes…

·          Fix meals for the client

·          Visit with the client

·          Read and play games

·          Go on walks

·          Have fun

·          And more…


b.    Hospital Sitting - provides clients with one-one attention/ monitoring when the client is in the hospital for a long period of time.

·          Sitter immediately alert the hospital staff of client needs

·          Take notes of all Doctors that visit

·          Assistance with personal hygiene

·          Assistance to the bathroom

·          Read a book

·          And more…


c.     Hospital & Care Facility Discharge Assistance

·          Act as a liaison between the family and Doctors

·          Aid in the process of choosing Skilled Nursing facilities that have been prescreened by the discharge assistant

·          Will aid in the coordination of Doctor’s orders by clearly and correctly transferring information to those who need it.

·          Ensure that Doctors orders are carried out by facilities and other health care providers

·          And more…


d.    Patient Advocate - plans and coordinates the care of the elderly and others with physical and/or mental impairments to meet their long term care needs such as…

·          Rendering and referring various types of health and social care services

·          Aiding in the maintenance of independence for as long as possible

·          Improving client quality of life

·          And more…