Why Home Care?

Downloadable Guides  |  July 1, 2019

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Rhythms Home Care, a service of Christian Living Communities, offers you a wide-range of options to enrich your life at home. Our home care companions are carefully screened, bonded and insured. Additionally, each of our team members receives training on the importance of successful aging and how to support you in your journey.

  • Services are customizable and built to be in step with your life
  • Non-Medical services include companionship, help with household chores, transportation and more
  • Medical services include medication management, catheter care, wound management and help with IV medication
  • Home Care can be an affordable option

Click the link below to download the worksheet to help you understand how to weigh your options and decide if home care is right for you.

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