In-Home Services

Getting Started

  1. Free phone consultation
  2. Initial client assessment in the home by a nurse
  3. Contract signing for services
  4. Development of an individualized client care plan & home safety assessment
  5. In-Home Care Services to begin

In-Home Services

Customized Services

Manoa Senior Care services include assistance with transportation to doctor appointments, medication preparation, personal care, meal preparation and other activities of daily living. Our Director of Nursing will coordinate additional services and special requests.

Trusted Nurse Aides

Our caregivers have completed the state-certified nurse aide training program, as well as Manoa Senior Care’s rigorous training in one of our 11 care homes. A licensed nurse will also do visits, and is available for home consultations.

Know Your Options

Asking for help is not always easy, especially when our culture places value on self-reliance and “doing it yourself.” But, sometimes going it alone is not the best option, and having support can make all the difference. When the challenge of caregiving becomes more than you expected, it’s never too late to get assistance from a safe and trusted resource, like Manoa Senior Care.

Every Day is a New Day

Your loved one puts trust in you to simplify their life, and find solutions with each changing day. When the time is right, Manoa Senior Care is here for you.

As people age, daily tasks such as bathing, cooking, shopping, doing laundry, taking walks or even going to doctor’s appointments become difficult. Manoa Senior Care’s In-Home Services enable seniors to live independently in their own homes while getting the supportive care and assistance they need.

In-Home Services May Include:

  • Personal Caregivers
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Errands
  • Meal Preparation
  • Outings
  • Companionship
  • Home Safety Assessment
  • Case Management
  • Medication preparation

FAQs In-Home Services

What services do you offer?

Our goal is to provide care tailored to the needs of each client. In that spirit, we can handle assistance with all personal care needs, medication management, light housekeeping, transportation, companionship, meal preparation and collaboration with doctors, pharmacists and therapists. Additional needs can be coordinated with our Director of Nursing.

Do you care for people with dementia?

Our caregivers are trained to effectively work with limited to moderate mental decline.

Are your caregivers licensed and insured?

Our caregivers are employees of our company. We do a criminal background check on each caregiver and cover all of them with general liability and worker’s compensation insurance. We employ licensed nurses and trained nurse aides.

How do I start service?

To start our in-home care services, we would arrange a time to visit with you and your family to arrange the following: a physical assessment, a home safety assessment, and a contract signing. At that time our Director of Nursing will work with you to create a Care Plan for your loved one. Once that is completed, you can select a date to begin service.

What is a Care Plan?

It is a set of detailed instructions your caregiver follows to provide safe, high-quality and mutually agreed-upon care.

Will I be able to choose my caregiver?

In our initial assessment, we will ask your preferences and then do our best to match you with the right caregiver(s).

Will the same caregiver come each day/shift?

Our goal is to establish a long-term bond between client and caregiver, so we try to send the same caregiver(s) whenever possible.

Are Home Care services covered by Medicare or insurance?

Medicare does not pay for “private duty” or personal care service. If you have personal long term care insurance, check with your insurance carrier regarding the benefits of your policy.

What is your cancellation policy?

We require at least a 5-day advance notice for any scheduling changes.

How often will I be billed?

You will be billed on the 15th and 30th of each month.

How are your caregivers trained and supervised?

All of our caregivers have completed a state-certified nurse aid training program. Once hired, they undergo a rigorous orientation and they train in our Care Homes. On the first day with a new client, a Nurse will accompany the caregiver to assist in orientation. After that, a licensed Nurse will do a minimum of one visit per month (more if needed) and is available for phone consults as needed.

Will the caregiver be able to drive me places I need to go?

Yes. Our caregiver can use your car, provided it has current insurance and registration, at no extra cost.