When your loved one needs extra help at home, finding time can be difficult. Our family of dedicated and compassionate staff is here to provide reliable, compassionate and personal care. Home health aides and certified nursing assistants (CNAs) are available day and night to assist with daily activities, provide companionship, and to promote independence right in the comfort of home. When you can’t always be there for your loved ones, we can. Whether you need assistance for your family member for a few hours a day to assist with bathing and meal prep, or even long-term care, caregivers are available 24/7 with flexible scheduling. We’ll work with your individual needs beginning as soon as your loved one is discharged home, and as frequently as you need.
Your family is important to us. That’s why our experienced team of nursing assistants and personal care aides go through the same pre-employment screening process as our nurses and clinicians, and all caregiver aides receive in-depth care training upon hire. We are committed to providing your family with the safest and best quality level of personalized care. Whether it’s due to aging, illness or assistance to remain as independent at home as possible, our staff can help.
Let Care Resource be your one-stop resource for Home Health Aides and CNAs in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts.
We recognize the important role you play as caregiver to your loved one. It can be all-consuming and take its toll on your physical, mental and emotional health. Whether you need time away from your caregiving to tend to an emergency, have a vacation or social event planned, or just need respite to do personal errands or get a good night’s sleep, Care Resource can provide the coverage you and your loved one needs.
“ Research shows that family members who provide care to individuals with chronic or disabling conditions are themselves at risk. Emotional, mental, and physical health problems arise from complex caregiving situations and the strains of caring for frail or disabled relatives.”
Family Caregiver Alliance/National Center on Caregiving