Our Care Services

Daily Living & Home Health Care Services

O’Connell Care at Home can ease your stress by sharing the tasks of caring for a relative aging or healing at home.  By including a trained, certified home care aide into your care team you and other family members can have peace of mind knowing your loved one is not alone when you can’t be with them.

24/7 Round-the-Clock In-Home Care

Whether alone, or part of a hospice team, we specialize in providing 24/7 supportive home care.  We will coordinate a small team of qualified home caregivers on rotating shifts to ensure someone is always awake and available day and night to help the client when needed  – at any time.

Geriatric Care Management

O’Connell Care geriatric care managers are trained in nursing, palliative care, social work, gerontology, or other health service areas. They help individuals, families and other caregivers adjust to and cope with the challenges of aging or disability.

Dementia & Alzheimer’s Care

O’Connell Care provides specialized care programs for persons suffering from Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia  to enable clients the ability to remain in their homes safely for as long as possible and avoid unnecessary hospitalization.

Hospital to Home Transition

O’Connell offers a Hospital-to-Home care program designed to lessen the risks and increase the chances of successful transition for patients unable to care for themselves or have a limited support system at home.

Hospice Supportive Care

For patients who have entered the last stage of life specially trained O’Connell Care Aides will join a Hospice team and provide support and compassionate care for patients and families.

Respite for Family Caregivers

Respite care provides short-term breaks for caregivers that can relieve their stress, renew their energy and restore a sense of balance to their lives. It allows them to time for their own personal needs and to spend time with family and friends.

Private Care Long Term Care Facilities

O’Connell Care also provides daily living and companionship care to persons residing in nursing homes and other types of long-term care facilities.  These aides work in coordination with facility staff to increase the level of care the client receives.