Founded and managed by Registered Nurse, Administrator and Experienced Client Managers experienced in home care practice that know strong leadership, careful planning, and teamwork are the keys to providing the best care. We listen to your needs and create an individualized care plan that makes sense. Our clients benefit from our team’s passion and expertise. In addition to compassionate caregivers, our team includes dedicated senior care professionals working behind the scenes to make sure care goes smoothly.
Our goal is to help create a home life where our clients feel comfortable and respected, and family members can sleep easier knowing their loved one is cared for well.
Our process is simple: We start with a phone consultation and schedule an initial home assessment, then meet with you in person to understand your care needs and answer your questions.
When you are ready to start, we create a care plan, set a schedule, and match you with a caregiver we think will be a good fit.
After care starts, we check in, monitor care, problem-solve issues, and keep in contact to make sure care is going well.
Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care
All of our clients are assessed and supported by our Client Managers who have received specialized training in Dementia Care. With a care plan in place, our caregivers are continually supervised and supported during the course of care and continue to receive ongoing training for Dementia care
Post-Hospitalization / Post-Surgery
As the people transition home from a hospitalization or surgery, they are most at risk of falls and re hospitalization due to increased weakness.
In order to stay safe at home, people need time to recover and get back their strength. Dotne Home Care can help post-hospitalization, to keep people safe at home. We can also help with appointments, errands, and rehab exercises.
One-on-one care in facility settings
Many seniors living in facilities require more than the facility can handle.
If home is an Assisted Living Community, Retirement Home, Adult Family Home, or Nursing facility, Dotne Home Care caregivers can provide additional one-on-one attention and care, outings and errands, monitoring for wandering, companionship and emotional support.
We can help when your loved one is receiving hospice or end-of-life care.
Hospice is a Medicare benefit, focused on support and comfort rather than treating disease. Hospice team members, including nurses and social workers, provide care at home to address medical needs. Hospice provides some limited, intermittent help with personal care, and does not help with other daily living tasks.
Dotne Home Care can supplement Hospice by providing ongoing daily care, household tasks, and emotional support. We work closely with hospice teams to ensure comfort and quality of life.