135 ways we can help you provide caregiver services for you!

Let our home care providers and senior caregivers help you at home! We list the top 135 ways that we can help you or your loved ones!

Assisted Hands Home Care, Senior Care & Elder Care Services


Your care assistant can provide you or a loved one with assistance, including but not limited to the following areas:

Ways we can help:

  1. Sitter services
  2. Medication Reminders
  3. Scheduling appointments
  4. Actively participates and takes notes at a doctor appointment
  5. Follows up with family members in regards to appointments.
  6. Transportation
  7. Accompany on Walks
  8. Safety/Fall Protection
  9. Limited Transportation
  10. Accompany to Doctor Appointments
  11. Bathing
  12. Bed Making
  13. Companionship
  14. Dressing
  15. Dusting
  16. Eating
  17. Errands
  18. Grocery Shopping
  19. Grooming
  20. Hobbies
  21. Incontinence Care
  22. Laundry
  23. Meal Preparation
  24. Medication Reminders
  25. Mopping
  26. Oral Hygiene
  27. Organizing Incoming Mail
  28. Pet Care and Feeding
  29. Picking up Prescriptions
  30. Post Office Visits
  31. Recreational Activities
  32. Respite/Relief for Families
  33. Sweeping
  34. Taking out the Trash
  35. Toileting
  36. Transferring and Positioning
  37. Vacuuming
  38. Washing Dishes
  39. Walking and Mobility
  40. Companionship
  41. Errands
  42. Playing cards
  43. Pet Care
  44. Meal Planning
  45. Meal Preparation
  46. Supports nutritional programs created by other health care providers
  47. Grocery Shopping
  48. Baking
  49. Properly document Intake and output
  50. Encourages/Monitors fluid Intake
  51. Prepares meals following doctor’s orders. (Ex. Diabetic, low sodium, etc.
  52. Prepares and cleans feeding tubes and other feeding apparatus.
  53. Prepares liquid diet with/ without thickener.
  54. Maintains a safe environment in clients home
  55. Sweeping
  56. Mopping
  57. Dishes
  58. Clean/ wipe down cupboards
  59. Take out garbage
  60. Dusting
  61. Vacuuming
  62. Laundry
  63. Clean stovetop
  64. Clean out refrigerator
  65. Clean toilets
  66. Clean shower
  67. Clean Windows
  68. Organize cupboards
  69. Organize closets
  70. Shovel snow
  71. Spread salt
  72. Water indoor/ outdoor plants
  73. Dry Cleaning
  74. Change linens/ bedding
  75. Check and record vital signs
  76. Record medical notes and information
  77. Showering assistance
  78. Bed Bath
  79. Toileting assistance
  80. Change briefs
  81. Assist client with commode/ Urinal
  82. Catheter Care
  83. Assist with dressing
  84. Nail care (Hands)
  85. Paint nails
  86. Backrub
  87. Rub lotion on the client’s legs
  88. Wash hair
  89. Style hair
  90. Oral care
  91. Provides proper care for wounds under the supervision of a registered nurse.
  92. Promotes and implements a range of motion exercises under the supervision of a PT/ OT.
  93. Assist client while changing positions from sitting to standing
  94. Re-positions patient while in bed.
  95. Transferring
  96. Transferring with a Hoyer
  97. Assist with ambulation devices/ equipment
  98. Taking clients on walks
  99. Mental stimulation
  100. Play Board games with clients
  101. Encourages clients to participate in positive activities such as gardening/knitting.
  102. Properly uses safety precautions with all clients.
  103. Assist with all medical equipment
  104. Provides proper care for Oxygen equipment
  105. Records and reports any changes in clients condition/ behavior to appropriate personal.
  106. Promotes positive behavior by using positive reinforcements.
  107. Reports any changes in the home/ environment that may be a safety concern.
  108. Encourages client to promote safety while ambulating.
  109. Provides specialized care for each diagnosis.
  110. Check blood sugar levels.
  111. Manages Sugar level logs
  112. Monitors changes in sugar levels and takes proper action in correcting the issue.
  113. Provides care for patients using oxygen
  114. Properly uses pulse ox machine
  115. Monitors and observes changes in skin conditions
  116. Communicate between medical care providers about changes in skin/ wound condition.
  117. Teach the client about their condition and help better manage it.
  118. Promotes positive lifestyle changes to help clients stay at home.
  119. Positive communication with family members about changes.
  120. Redirects patients with Dementia/Alzheimer’s
  121. Uses positive reinforcements when correcting negative behavior for Alzheimer’s and Dementia patients.
  122. Utilizes skills to help promote clients independence
  123. Provides proper assistance with clients that are recovering from trauma.
  124. Provides care for patients with Cancer
  125. Provides patients with care for stroke recovery
  126. Provides care for patients with Congestive Heart Failure
  127. Provides care for patients with Aphasia or other speech impediments.
  128. Assists family members are living with clients that are suffering from a new diagnosis.
  129. Specialized programs for patients in need of hospice care.
  130. Palliative Care for patients that are receiving hospice care.
  131. Assists with Pain Management
  132. Bereavement relief for family
  133. Provide care with a higher degree of respect
  134. Promotes clients dignity while providing care
  135. Be a reliable and great friend!