Our Services

At You’re First Home Care we offer the personal assistance your loved one may need 24 hours a day or just a few hours a week wherever home is, from licensed, experienced and well-trained Certified Nurse Assistants.  From help with activities of daily living, monitoring vitals, medication reminders and social stimulation to light housekeeping and transportation to appointments, we work hard to keep your loved one healthy and happy.  But our Home Care program is about SO MUCH MORE.  It is the little things that make the true difference – building trust, genuine relationships and our clients’ own involvement in day to day activities.

We develop a personalized plan of care for your loved one’s particular needs and review them every 90 days, more often if necessary depending on the individual.   Working closely with your loved one’s physicians, nurses, and family members we provide the comprehensive care and communication it takes to ensure the best care possible.


Our staff understands the needs of our older adults.  Our Care Teams are trained to be detailed, observant and thorough.  Because we know how quickly a person’s health can change, vitals are monitored every time we provide care.  Our standard level of care is above and beyond.  We approach caring truly from our heart!


You’re First delivers comprehensive in-home senior and special needs care services. Our individually designed care plans pinpoint the personalized care for our clients’ particular needs.

Most people think they can’t afford the services of professional in-home caregivers and companions. Nothing could be further from the truth. You’re First’s individualized care plans can be established to meet almost any budget. Studies prove that the benefits for keeping loved ones in the comfort of their own home goes way beyond costs. Our Reassurance program costs as little as $3 a day; your loved one is worth it!

For inquiries about our private duty care and other in-home services simply contact us.

Our Certified Nurses Aids (CNA’s) are thoroughly screened and trained to give basic nursing care which includes but is not limited to:

  • Taking vital signs
  • Medication reminders
  • Assist clients entering or leaving their beds
  • Assist clients walking
  • Tidy client’s home
  • Making beds
  • Delivering messages
  • Monitoring clients and reporting changes
  • Collecting samples for testing
  • Provide clients hygiene – bathing and grooming
  • Feeding clients
  • Monitoring food and liquid input/output
  • Follow client’s care plan

But their care does not stop here. Each of our Certified Nurses Aids is trained in loving and compassionate client interaction involving care for enhancing the quality of our client’s lives. We strive to find hobbies and/or interests that the client would like to get involved in at home and they do everything possible to help make it happen.

Is your loved one experiencing short-term memory loss, difficulty keeping track of personal belongings, paying bills or remembering daily tasks such as taking medications? If you answered yes to any of these questions, consult your doctor to get a proper diagnosis.  A proper diagnosis allows the maximum benefit from treatments that are available and time to properly plan for the future.  Although there is no cure for Dementia, there are medications available to help ease the symptoms. If your loved one has been diagnosed with any form of Dementia including but not limited to Alzheimer’s, we’re here to help. Our caregivers are trained and certified to assist your loved one in leading a productive, SAFE, and healthy life. Our staff will provide a FLEXIBLE, specifically tailored care plan to meet the needs of not only your loved one, but for your entire family.  We reevaluate our care plans every 30 days, more often if necessary.  Working with professionals who have experience and training in Dementia and Alzheimer’s care can help you and your loved ones navigate your daily lives. We work with Care TEAMS who are assigned to your family. This allows for structure and consistency, which is vital to ensuring the best possible care. A few services we offer and/or incorporate into each care plan are:

  • Monitoring vital signs and measuring intake & output
  • Medication reminders
  • Activities of daily living ( bathing, grooming etc)
  • Accompanying to social interactions (church, shopping trip)
  • Stimulate mental awareness
  • Hobbies and activities to stay active with your loved ones interests and specific to meet their needs
  • Family education
  • Accompanying client to appointments

We understand that no two people are alike.  That is why every aspect of your loved one’s care is based on serving them as an individual not a client number.

Our thoroughly trained and screened Companions provide loving & compassionate companionship that provide the following tasks but are not limited to:

  • Companionship – visits, outings and trips
  • Cleaning
  • Meal Preparation
  • Monitor client’s change in condition
  • Errands and Meal Preparation
  • Laundry
  • Grocery shopping/List Preparation
  • Incidental Travel
  • Stimulate Mental Awareness – Motivate
  • Manage bill paying and correspondence
  • Maintain Calendar – Keep organized

Each and every one of our companions truly love what they do and it shows. They are much more than a companion; they are our client’s friend. We strive to find hobbies and/or interests that the client would like to get involved in and they do everything possible to make it happen.

Is your loved one home alone? For $3 a day we make contact via the telephone with our client ensuring all is well.  Our conversation allows us to determine if they have eaten well today, taken their medications, are keeping hydrated and are overall doing well.  Our contact also helps to make sure they are not in need of any immediate help. If we are unable to make contact, a call is placed to a family member to confirm they have not been picked up.  If it is determined there may be a problem, an agency member is dispatched to the client’s home.
Family Caregiver Training Program