Certain segments of the population will find our services especially beneficial such as children who are housebound, terminally, chronically, or acutely ill, physically or mentally challenged, recently discharged from hospital; family caregivers, and accident victims.

Help is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to conform to clients’ needs and preferences.

The Georgia Pediatric Program (GAPP) offers the opportunity of at-home nursing care and personal care to medically fragile children. GAPP is a Medicaid program for medically-qualified children under the age of 21.

  • Case Management Services
  • Caregiver Teaching & Training
  • Laboratory Blood Drawing
  • Nutritional Assessments & Weight Evaluation
  • Oxygen Administration
  • Patient Assessment & Home Evaluation
  • Pre & Post-Surgical Care
  • Pulse Oximeter Monitoring
  • Tracheostomy Care & Changes
  • Ventilator Monitoring
  • Wound Care
  • PICU Care
  • NICU Care
  • Synagis Injection
  • Assistance wiht ambulation and tranfers
  • IV therapies
  • Tube feedings
  • Gastrointestinal disorders
  • Chronic Illness
  • Personal hygiene
  • Bathing and showering
  • Hair Care
  • Mouth Care
  • Toileting
  • Dressing
  • Help with moving around the home
  • Bedtime assistance and tuck-in
  • Medication Administration
  • Light housekeeping
  • Monitoring vital signs and such as blood pressure, pulse, respiration and temperature
  • Meal preparation
  • Assisting with grooming needs such as hair care, shaving, cleaning teeth and routine nail care.
  • Supervising or assisting with tub baths, showers, sponge baths, and bed baths.
  • Providing routine skin care such as applying lotion to dry skin.
  • Assisting with dressing and undressing.
  • Assisting with mobilization activities including turning, transferring, exercising, and walking.
  • Assisting with toilet and/or commode needs.
  • Assisting with eating or feeding.
  • Assisting with self-administered medications by reminding client to take them at the prescribed time(s) and/or following up to ensure they are taken.
  • Monitoring vital signs such as blood pressures, pulse and respiration.
  • Providing respite and palliative care

One of the most important aspects of Vital Care Services will be providing customers with a strong sense of family and compassion. Companion Services offer a wide range of non-medical assistance for those who wish to remain in their home but need help with certain tasks. Taking an interest in the customer, their life and their environment will create an everlasting bond. Companion care lets your loved one maintain their companionship for older adults and those who are shut-ins, and is an ideal solution for someone who would otherwise spend all or a large portion of the day alone. Companion caregivers provide emotional support. They help their clients stay mentally healthy and alert by engaging in conversation and by assisting and encouraging them to be as physically active as possible. Companion Care provides a valuable social benefit by decreasing isolation and helping to reduce depression from being alone. Companion Services also provides invaluable peace of mind to family and loved ones.

Listed below are just some of the services that a Companion Caregiver can provide:

  • Grocery shopping, meal preparation, kitchen clean up and sanitation
  • Light housekeeping, dust, vacuum, change linens, make the bed, keep client’s bathroom clean and sanitized, client laundry, floor care (nail cutting, corn and callus control, infection cleansing, and appliance or pad application).
  • Empty trash and set it out for pickup
  • Assistance with pets
  • Care of house plants
  • Assistance with organization, closets, cabinets, calendar, photos, coupons, mail
  • Transportation with clients to/from appointments, shopping, errands, out to lunch, special events, visits with friends
  • Good conversation and companionship
  • Special activities, reading, games, projects, correspondence, crafts
  • Stand by assistance for safety
  • Routine housework including general cleaning, vacuuming, dusting, washing floors, laundry, ironing, changing beds, defrosting refrigerators/freezers, cleaning ovens/stoves and china cabinets.
  • Heavier cleaning such as spring-cleaning, light fixtures, and washing walls and windows.
  • Planning, cooking, and serving meals.
  • Baking for holidays and special occasions.
  • Monitoring and motivating regular diet plans.
  • Transporting clients to social activities and appointments.
  • Running errands and shopping for clients or transporting clients to carry out these activities.
  • Assisting with mail, correspondence, and payment of bills.
  • Providing respite and palliative care.
  • Serving as companions and participating in friendly socialization activities.
  • Assisting with entertainment preparations, hosting, serving and/or cleanup.
  • Packing household goods when changing residences.
  • Caring for pets including feeding, exercising, cleaning litter boxes, cleaning birdcages, taking to grooming appointments or to the Vet.
  • Caring for plants.
  • Monitoring clients’ safety, comfort and welfare by contacting them by phone or by making home visit(s).
  • Checking interior conditions of homes while residents are away and ensuring the exteriors reflect an “at-home” appearance.
  • Schedule while you get to keep yours.

We understand the stress and worries brought by attending to your loved one’s needs. Although you want to be with them all the hours of the day, you need to relieve yourself from too much worrying from time to time. Without rest, you might catch a disease or illness.
Taking a break from caregiving is not a bad thing. Anyone can acknowledge the difficulty of being the sole responsible for your loved one’s wellness. With Vital Care Services, you do not have to carry this burden alone. Our caregivers will help alleviate any stress and anxiety you have from all those days of taking care of your loved one.

Providing care to a loved one having a medical condition can be overwhelming, that is why Vital Care Services offers respite for caregivers. We give them the opportunity of taking a break from their daily responsibilities and spend time with their family, friends and for theirselves. The purpose of this service is to help caregivers maintain their wellness, by taking a vacation even just for several days. With this, they will be able to unwind, acquires some rest, and regain their strength in accomplishing their duties the next day.

Vital Care Services Home Care only employs experienced and dependable individuals so you can ease your mind because your loved one is in capable and compassionate hands. Reach out to us about our service now.