Full List of Denver Home Care Services

Companionship & Care Services

Elderly home care services include care around the home and companionship to help create a better quality of life for our senior clients. These services allow our clients to maintain a high level of independence in their own homes and regular activities with friendly support from their caregivers.

24-Hour Home Care

We can provide from just a few hours of service a week to full-time in-home care. Our 24-hour care service includes a team of caregivers with a personalized care plan to suit the individual needs of each client. Around-the-clock care offers you and your family full-time peace of mind.

Personal Care Services

We want our clients to look and feel their best. Personal care services enhance their mental and physical well-being, helping them to feel positive about their appearance. We provide assistance with bathing, dressing, grooming, and bathroom care.

Home Cleaning

We are happy to announce that Extended Family has expanded its services to provide our community with home cleaning services. This service provides more extensive home cleaning than the light housekeeping services included in our home care service.

Respite Care

With the challenging and important responsibility of being the primary caregiver of a family member or friend, one needs to tend to one’s own physical, spiritual, and emotional needs. Respite care allows us to temporarily care for your family member when you are unable.

Short Term Recovery

Our short-term recovery services are an outstanding solution that allows adults to recover following surgery, an illness, or an accident. Our services can mean a shorter stay in a rehabilitation facility, and it’s proven that people rebound more quickly in the comfort of their own homes.

Our #1 priority is to address your family’s needs with dignity, compassion, and respect.

Because we are an individually-owned, family business, we are able to personalize our in-home care services to meet your needs. With the friendly support and assistance from their caregiver, your loved one is able to maintain a high level of independence in their own home and throughout all of their regular activities.

As in-home care providers, we create routines and provide transportation to make it easier to plan and attend social events and outdoor activities. If you or a loved one would like help, we provide the relief you need to maintain health and independence at every stage.

Driving to and from doctor’s visits, picking up prescriptions and a slew of other activities requires assistance. The assistance often comes at the expense of a senior’s adult children. Over time, responsibilities increase, and the parent/child relationship that once existed transitions into a caregiver/patient relationship. For some, the arrangement works, but in many cases, the burden can be overbearing.

The services that in-home caregivers can provide will help improve the quality of life for seniors and their children. Prior to a nursing facility, seniors can continue to live an independent, healthy life in their own home, surrounded by friends and the daily activities they love to do.

We provide services in a variety of settings.

Extended Family Home Care provides care even if your loved one no longer resides in their home. Individualized attention, cognitive stimulation, and companionship as well as ongoing communication and protective oversight are essential to the quality of life. Caregivers provide additional support for a patient residing in a hospital, rehabilitative facility, assisted living facility, or nursing home.

We recognize each individual and every situation is unique. We offer a broad range of in-home care options.

We understand each client and family has different needs. We will spend the time to understand the specific needs of your senior parent and customize a care plan with you. The family is always encouraged to stay involved in the care planning. We will always notify you of any change in condition and at any time, you may reach our office to discuss the plan of care.