Companionship and Conversation
Monitor Diet and Eating
Assistance with Walking and Mobility
Dressing (includes clothing selection assistance)
Houseplant Care
Supervise Home Maintenance and Arrange lists
Mail Bills and Letters


Light Housekeeping
Laundry and Ironing
Garbage Removal
Plan, Prepare, and Clean-up Meals
Bed Making, Dusting, and General Housekeeping
Pick-up Prescriptions and Dry Cleaning
Care for Alzheimer’s
Attend Events as an Escort
Pet Care


Toileting and Continence Care
Medication Reminders

INDS Homecare understands the difficulties that a family faces when looking for care for their loved one, particularly if that individual needs constant observation and care. Our professional and trustworthy caregivers are available to sit with you or your loved one in a medical facility or personal residence for as long as necessary.graph here.

Alzheimer Information

Alzheimer's Association

 ​Independent Stay Homecare


  • ​ Alzheimer's/Dementia Care - ​ Alzheimer's disease causes a number of changes in the brain and body that may affect safety. 

  • Companionship Care - senior companion care is an ideal solution for a senior who would otherwise spend most of the day alone and for those who require light assistance. As the name implies, companion care is about providing seniors with emotional support and encouragement to stay as healthy as possible. 

  • Help with eating - As a person's cognitive function declines, he or she may become overwhelmed with too many food choices, forget to eat or have difficulty with eating utensils.

  • Incontinence Care - Incontinence can be caused by many factors, including an inability to recognize the need to use the restroom, forgetting where the bathroom is located, medications, stress, certain physical conditions, clothing that is difficult to remove and constipation.

  • Meal Preparation - It can be very difficult to prepare nutritious and healthy meals when seniors struggle with chronic diseases or are recuperating from a hospital stay.Planning and cooking meals can be not only physically challenging but seniors may also have a lack of desire to cook. It has been proven that as we age our sense of taste (in food not fashion) declines.

  • Monitoring Mobility - as we age it becomes hard to complete most task without getting tired, weak. and mass movement. This is when most accidents happen in the home

  • Respite Care - is a great living option for an elderly or disabled person who needs some day-to-day supportive services, but still desires social stimulation, engagement and activities.  

  • Toileting - Even if your older adult is pretty independent, they may still need a little help when they go to the bathroom. It’s easy for seniors to fall when walking to the bathroom in a rush or when sitting or standing from the toilet due to blood pressure changes.

  • Bathing/Dressing - choosing /putting on clothes or getting in/out of the shower /bath can be frustrating for seniors or a person with a disability. The they may not remember how to dress or may be overwhelmed with the choices or the task itself.

  • Errands/Shopping - this fun simple task becomes more of a chore for anyone with a medical problem and not something we enjoy doing as we age.

  • Lt Cleaning - to our elders/disabled love ones keeping a clean environment becomes an all-day job to them. A clean and organized home, our loved ones enjoy greater feelings of wellbeing—and even good health. 

  • Laundry - "another chore need I say more"

  • Live-In Care - is around the clock care (24 hour care), most  request three caregivers then one but this is according to the family needs.

  • Medication Reminders -  forgetting to take medication on time, mistakenly taking too many doses at once, taking another dose too soon after the first one is why caregivers assist in med reminders..

  • Transferring - disability, medications age can require assistance just to get in and out of bed or moving from a chair to a wheelchair.