Get Help with Living at Home from HAPI
Get help with daily living’s many activities through our licensed home care agency, Home Assistance Personnel Inc. (HAPI). Our certified home health aides can help you with personal care such as dressing, getting in and out of bed, going to the restroom and bathing; they can run errands and shop for you, prepare your meals, and remind you when to take your medication.
Rest assured that your health aides have undergone rigorous background checks and training, and are supervised by our nurses. Our nurses are a vital part of your care team, evaluating your health needs, creating individualized care plans for your home health aides to follow, and coordinating care with your personal physician.
Each HAPI client has a client service manager that they can reach out to whenever they need a go-to person for day-to-day issues. The client service manager is responsible for assigning and replacing home health aides when needed.
For more information, call or email us today: (800) 544-0304, connections@JewishHome.org.
- Assistance with personal care, such as bathing, dressing, help getting in and out of bed or chair, grooming, assistance in the bathroom
- Assistance with basic chores including cooking, light housekeeping and laundry
- Running errands and shopping
- Food preparation and assistance with meals
- Medication reminders
All of our Home Health Aides:
- Have been background checked
- Receive on-going training and competency evaluations
- Have attended our Department of Health approved home health aide training program and are certified in accordance with DOH regulations
HAPI is licensed by the Department of Health and accredited by the Joint Commission on Health Care Organizations.
Safe at Home:
Falls Prevention Program
Falls in the home are a major cause of hospitalization and declines in health. Our Falls Prevention Program is about preventing falls before they happen. An assessment of the client’s health condition and home environment is used to create an individualized plan to address conditions that might contribute to falls.