Transportation and Errands
Senior Transportation as Part of Your Care Plan
We understand that getting from point A to point B can be difficult for the elderly, new parents or even after a procedure, but we don’t think that should be a reason to stay in or avoid running errands. As part of our companion and personal care services, Sarah Grace Home Care can provide transportation services, accompanied by a fully screened and trained caregiver, to safely get you to and from:
What types of services are available?
Our Qualified Caregivers have the experience and compassion to provide assistance with everyday personal care tasks, such as:
- Doctor or therapy appointments, including disability assistance throughout the trip
- Hospital or outpatient facility
- Prescription pick-up, grocery shopping, and other errands
- Visits with friends, relatives, social and religious functions Entertainment events
- Dressing (clothing selection and assistance)
- Mobility (transfers, walking, range of motion exercises, light exercise)
For your aging parent, driving to an appointment can leave them feeling confused, frightened or unable to negotiate the high volume of traffic entering and exiting parking lots. Aging parents who are no longer confident in their driving skills may not know how to arrange for transportation and may miss important doctor’s appointments versus placing a burden on their children by asking for a ride. It’s reassuring to know SYNERGY HomeCare provides senior home care transportation assistance. Our caregivers can help with transportation and accompany your senior parent to their appointments.
Picking up prescriptions. Going grocery shopping. Standing in line at the post office. Returning an overdue library book. Taking the car in for an oil change. Errands can turn into a never-ending list of chores that can overwhelm an aging parent, especially one with transportation problems. Our caregivers can provide senior homecare errand help–while your parent enjoys time in the garden or reading a good book.
Where do I receive personal care services?
In most cases, you will receive these services in your own home.