There comes a time in most of our lives when we need a little help. That’s where Allegiant Home Care fits in. We provide full-service private duty home care customized to the client’s needs, allowing them to stay where they feel most comfortable.
Our companion care service is an excellent choice for seniors who need a little help to remain at home but do not require advanced caregiving.
Complex Clinical Care
We passionately believe in providing person-centered complex care services. This means treating our clients with dignity, compassion, and respect and involving them in decisions about their health.
Private Duty Nursing
We provide one-on-one medical care in the comfort of the home, a setting preferred by most clients and their families. Our team provides care following best practices meeting a high level of excellence.
Certified Home Health
We provide skilled care so people can live safely in their homes during recovery from surgery, injury, or illness, managing a serious or chronic disease or dealing with multiple diagnoses.
Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care
Our compassionate Alzheimer’s and dementia caregivers stand ready to deliver the necessary patience, empathy, and nurturing to help your loved one Bloom in Place.
We understand the unique needs of our veterans and their families. We are dedicated to providing quality home care services that meet those needs in a professional, compassionate manner.
People who have spent a great deal of time with those with Alzheimer’s disease begin to notice behavioral patterns that are common between them.
One of the most commonly recognized behavioral patterns associated with dementia is confusion, agitation and aggression associated with the late afternoon when the sun is setting. This phenomenon is known as sundowning and has been well-recognized within the medical and healthcare setting as well as in the literature in the fields of neurology and brain health.
Do you have a loved one who will soon be needing in-home care, especially after major surgery? Then you will soon know the feeling of having your routines disrupted almost beyond recognition. Often, the most difficult part of this is having to discuss, with the household's newest member, how things will be run. This seemingly arduous task can be made easier by what you do and say in the time leading up to the introduction of your loved one into the household.
A hospital stay can be a trying and stressful time for even the most patient and otherwise healthy of people, and this is doubly true for older adults who have become well-accustomed to living alone at home and who have established preferences and routines that are disrupted by staying in the hospital.