Home Health Care in Coeur D’Alene

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Care To Stay Home is North Idaho’s most trusted home care provider. Our professional caregiver services allow your loved one to remain comfortably at home while getting the essential help they need.


Whether your loved one is recovering from surgery, managing a chronic illness, or needs help with everyday tasks due to memory loss or other cognitive changes, we’re here to help.


Our senior care services provide more than practical support. We help aging adults stay engaged in everyday life with personalized care based on their specific needs. Our mission is to provide quality care that brings your family comfort and peace of mind.


We provide home care services in Coeur d’Alene and throughout North Idaho and Eastern Washington.


When to Seek Home Care Services

It’s not always obvious when it’s time to seek outside services. If you are struggling to provide care for a loved one or meet other obligations, it may be time to get help. Consider calling Care To Stay Home if:


  • You or a loved one has a terminal illness and wishes to remain at home
  • Your loved one needs supervision due to a decline in memory, thinking, or behavior
  • You or a loved one is at risk for falls and needs assistance with daily tasks like bathing, toileting, and getting dressed
  • You or a loved one is recovering from an illness or hospitalization and needs help during the recovery process
  • You or a loved one needs help running errands or getting to and from appointments
  • You need help with housework, meal preparation, laundry, and grocery shopping


We are senior care experts, and we welcome you to contact us to learn more about why in-home care is often the preferred choice.


Specialized Home Health Care Services

Home health care enables seniors and individuals recovering from an illness or surgery to remain in the comfort of their homes. Our caregivers help with daily living tasks, including dressing, toileting, bathing, medication management, and more. Our caregivers also provide vital companionship.


Patients who are recovering from surgery or a stroke, and those who have Parkinson’s or dementia typically need a higher level of care. Care To Stay Home offers the following specialized services:


Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care

Memory loss and other cognitive changes can be very challenging for individuals and their family members. People living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia typically need a higher level of day-to-day care.


Care To Stay Home provides practical help and support with the activities of daily living as well as companionship. We strive to help your loved one maintain as much independence as possible—for as long as possible—while enhancing their quality of life.


Post-Surgical Care

The days and weeks immediately after surgery are critical for healing, especially for elderly individuals. Depending on the surgery, a person in recovery may need wound care, physical therapy, occupational therapy, or other medical treatments.


We can assist patients with bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, and incontinence care and will coordinate with your loved one’s primary medical team. Our caregivers may also supervise and help with range-of-motion and daily exercise routines.


Stroke Recovery Care

Our caregivers understand the physical, mental, and emotional needs of a stroke survivor. We provide the continuous one-on-one care and attention your loved one needs to recover at home.


We will coordinate our care with your loved one’s medical team, which may include their primary care provider, physical therapists, and others.


Respite Care

Family caregivers need support, too. Caring for a loved one can be physically, mentally, and emotionally challenging, and no one can fully be prepared to do it alone.


Respite provides short-term, temporary relief to individuals caring for family members who need a high level of care. Care To Stay Home’s dedicated team of Care Managers will work with you to find respite care solutions that provide relief and allow you to meet other responsibilities.


Parkinson’s Disease Care

The tremors, stiffness, and coordination problems associated with Parkinson’s disease can make it difficult for a person to control their movements. Tasks may become progressively difficult.


Our professionally trained caregivers are there to assist and extend your loved one’s quality of life, even as their symptoms progress. As your loved one’s needs change, we will adapt our services accordingly.


Dementia/Alzheimer’s Support Services

Caring for someone with a progressive condition like Alzheimer’s disease requires patience, empathy, and special skills. Our professional caregivers provide vital support at home with a human touch.


We believe it’s possible for your loved one to live a fulfilling life even in the face of memory loss. Our team will create a personalized plan that delivers the care and support your loved one needs to get the most out of each day.


Warm and familiar surroundings can make a huge difference in enhancing quality of life for those living with memory loss and other cognitive challenges. Research consistently shows that most people (90%) prefer to remain at home in familiar surroundings. Care To Stay Home helps make this possible by providing top quality in-home respite care to those with Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia.


Through a person-centered approach, our caregivers honor people living with Alzheimer’s and other dementias by helping them:


  • Retain more independence
  • Stay engaged
  • Follow a comfortable routine
  • Build confidence
  • Enhance physical strength
  • Maintain social connections


Routine and schedule are vital for people with memory loss and other cognitive challenges. A daily routine in familiar surroundings can help prevent agitation, wandering, and other dementia-related behaviors.


Why Choose Care To Stay Home?

Care To Stay Home is North Idaho’s most trusted home care provider. We are an award-winning, Home Care Pulse-certified provider. This means we’ve met selective standards for client and caregiver satisfaction.


Our caregivers are carefully chosen and screened to ensure your loved ones get the high level of care they deserve.


During your in-home consultation, we will discuss which type of care makes sense for your loved one, then match you with a caregiver whose skills, experience, and personality are aligned with your loved one’s needs. You can rest assured that your loved one is in good hands with our compassionate, experienced team.


Contact us at (509) 359-1294 for a free assessment. Whether you need a home health aide in North Idaho, home care in Coeur d’Alene, or in-home nursing in North Idaho, we will connect you with the appropriate services.