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Consistent Care

We offer consistent in-home care for all ages 18+, hospital discharge, respite care, dementia care, hospice, ambulatory, non-ambulatory and more.

Levels of Care

The Complete Care at Home method

Complete Care at Home employs certified and trained caregivers! We always want to connect the right caregiver with the right client. We always (if possible) want to meet you, or the client with the client face to face, to assess the care need in order to match the level of care needed with the level of care the caregiver is able to provide. 

Please see here how we have set up our care levels. In case of hospital discharge, we aim to work with all care providers involved to ensure a very low overall hospital readmission rate. Here below you find our approach to matching the Levels of Care. We additionally look at the personal interests of the client, and always aim to customize care.

Before we start care we need to see the client in person or have a clear set of discharge/PT/OT documents from the case manager or social worker.

Age and Speciality programs

  1. Dementia program
  2. Parkinsons program
  3. Fall Prevention Program
  4. Transitional Care program (after discharge from the hospital or skilled nursing facility)

You are in need of a companion to be with you and to keep you out of harms way. You can do most daily activities yourself, but you or your loved ones prefer to have a caregiver around to keep you company. 

Care provided: 

Companion care is mostly geared towards being available to the individual, with a strong focus on making sure the individual continues to perform the majority of the normal daily activities by themselves. 

Options of service which fall under companion care:

  • Client can still perform ADL’s (Activities of Daily Living) independently 
  • Assist with meal preparation and cleanup – lending an extra hand upon demand
  • Light housekeeping and laundry services – lending an extra hand upon demand 
  • Assist with shopping if required.
  • Pet care if needed
  • Drive to appointments
  • Participate in outings
  • Medication reminders

Care need has exceeded a Care Level 1 need. A variety or very specific care needs have arisen. Weight baring challenges have reared its head, a fall has occurred, significant loss of weight, forgetfulness and so forth.

Care provided: 

Care is geared towards providing minimal to moderate assistance with daily activities to the individual. However, with a strong focus on making sure that the individual participates in the majority of the normal daily activities.

  • Client can perform ADL’s with minimum to moderate assistance Meal planning, preparation and cleanup
  • Light housekeeping and laundry services
  • Dressing and grooming
  • Shopping with client
  • Pet care
  • Drive to appointments
  • Participate in outings 
  • Incontinent and toileting care (urine and bowels)
  • Medication reminders
  • Transportation – in client’s car, in the caregiver car, or in CCSB handicapped accessible van
  • Minimal to moderate assistance with ambulation and transferring client 
  • able to bear weight but may have weakness resulting in need of stabilization/assisting devices 

Speciality Care Programs:

  • Dementia Care
  • Parkinsons Care
  • Transitional Care
  • Fall Reduction Care
  • Transportation to appointment

Goals:

  • Decrease falls 
  • Low re-admission
  • Transition from ADL support to self support (if applicable)
  • Increase Socialization and engagement
  • Improve quality of life

Care need has exceeded a Care Level 1 need. A variety or very specific care needs have arisen. Weight baring challenges have reared its head, a fall has occurred, significant loss of weight, forgetfulness and so forth.

Care provided: 

  • Moderate to Full hygiene (bathing, teeth, hair)
  • Potential specialized diet – meal planning, preparation and cleanup
  • Meal planning, preparation and cleanup
  • Light housekeeping and laundry services
  • Medication reminders
  • Transportation – in client’s car, in the caregiver car, or in CCSB handicapped accessible van
  • Moderate to full dressing and grooming
  • Moderate to full Incontinent and toileting care (urine and bowels)
  • Moderate to full assist – minimal to moderate assistance with ambulation and transferring client 
  • able to bear weight but may have weakness resulting in need of stabilization/assisting devices – to full non-ambulatory transfer from chair or toilet or shower
  • Customizable required services

Speciality Care Programs:

  • Dementia Care
  • Parkinsons Care
  • Transitional Care
  • Fall Reduction Care
  • Transportation to appointment

Goals:

  • Decrease falls 
  • Low re-admission
  • Transition from ADL support to self support (if applicable)
  • Increase Socialization and engagement
  • Improve quality of life

Care need has exceeded a Care Level 3 need. A variety or very specific care needs have arisen. Add text – needed

Care provided: 

  • All of Level 1, 2 and 3 Requirements
  • Specialized care for chronic conditions.
  • Parkinson’s Care
  • Alzheimer’s/Dementia/confusion care
  • Catheter Care
  • Colostomy Care
  • Making Telephone Calls for the Client
  • 02 condenser and tank
  • Urine Specimen Collection
  • Nebulizer assistance
  • Full hygiene (bathing, teeth, hair)
  • Potetial specialized diet – meal planning, preparation and cleanup
  • Light housekeeping and laundry services
  • Medication reminders
  • Transportation – in client’s car, in the caregiver car, or in CCSB handicapped accessible van
  • Moderate to full dressing and grooming
  • Moderate to full Incontinent and toileting care (urine and bowels) (if applicable)
  • Moderate to full assist – minimal to moderate assistance with ambulation and transferring client 
  • non weight baring 
    • transfer from chair or toilet or shower
  • Pet care 
  • Customizable required services
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Speciality Care Programs:

  • Dementia Care
  • Parkinsons Care
  • Transitional Care
  • Fall Reduction Care
  • Transportation to appointment

Goals:

  • Decrease falls 
  • Low re-admission
  • Transition from ADL support to self support (if applicable)
  • Increase Socialization and engagement
  • Improve quality of life

Santa Barbara Office

5266 Hollister Ave. Suite 111
Santa Barbara, CA 93111
Call: (805) 727-3445

Solvang Office

650 Alamo Pintado Rd. Suite 102
Solvang, CA 93463
Call: (805) 772-8367

Ventura Office

Ventura Office
Ventura, CA 90105
Call: (805) 702-0776

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