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Discover a refreshingly positive, proactive, and optimistic approach to care at home with Effraim Home Care.

At Effraim Home Care, we are here to provide a sense of relief and restoration to families seeking the best in-home care solution for a loved one. Our goal is to help each person we serve live the most fruitful, abundant life possible, through exceptional, individualized services. We offer an all-encompassing continuum of care including non-medical personal care, home health care and therapy services, specialized programs for those with Alzheimer’s disease, autism and intellectual disabilities, and more.

Whatever Your Need, We Can Help

Nursing

Founded, owned and operated by a registered nurse, we offer a wide range of nursing care services, such as wound care, IV therapy, vital signs monitoring, medication management, and many others.
Physical therapist assisting client with exercises

Therapy Services

Whether the need is for physical, occupational, or speech therapy, our professional therapists will develop and implement a plan of care, provided right in the comfort of home.
Caregiver with client reading a book

Social Work

Our medical social workers are available to provide in-home assessments, and to facilitate whatever may be needed to improve quality of life, such as medical equipment, counseling, patient education and resources, and more.
Caregiver smiling and posting with senior client

Home Health Aides

From non-medical needs (such as help with housework, meals, and personal care) to skilled health care needs (such as assisting with medication reminders, range of motion exercises, catheter care, ostomy care, and inspection of wound dressings), our expertly trained and experienced home health aides can help.

Hear From Our Clients

Caregiver Preparation Tips for Sandwich Generation

Several pieces of research have shown that being a member of the sandwich generation is a major factor to consider when discussing physical, emotional, and financial stressors. As the name suggests, if you belong to this group, you are likely sandwiched between giving care to your parents and children simultaneously. In some other cases, your caregiving duties might extend to other loved ones. This is not an easy feat. If you are not already responsible for the simultaneous care of your parents and children, you are likely to be at a point in your life.  According to surveys, more than one-third of people in the sandwich generation reported undergoing some degree of emotional stress. Also, more than one-fifth reported experiencing some form of physical and financial stress. These tips will help you stay ahead of time and get prepared to handle the stress that comes with caring for your parents and kids at the same time. Get Assistance: This might be hard when it comes to the care of your children or if you are the only child of your parents. However, if you have siblings, you can ensure that the entire burden of your parents’ care is not on

Caregiver Tips For Convincing a Senior To Bathe

When it comes to taking care of the elderly, hygiene issues are generally common. Discovering why their bathing habits have been altered is the best way to come up with a successful plan to convince a senior to shower frequently and wear clean clothes. Many possible factors can contribute to this cause to form a perfectly unhygienic habit. Let’s look at some of these reasons:Fear and discomfort. Although bathing is an essential part of one’s hygiene routine, it can become exhausting and scary for seniors to regularly bathe. This might be because to them, this basic act carries significant risks. The thought of a broken hip, a bruised ego of having to help them wash often deters the senior from having a bath.Weakened senses. The older you get, the weaker ones sense of smell becomes. Many seniors barely shower and change clothes because it is harder for them to perceive any odor, even when it is coming from themForgetfulness. Some elders often forget to have their baths. This could also occur as a result of dementia.Five Ways To Convince A Senior To BatheCommunicate With Them Appropriately: Talk to them in a way they understand. Ask why they are finding it difficult

How to Get Seniors with Dementia to Sleep at Night

Many seniors suffer from dementia, a condition that can make it difficult for them to stay asleep at night. However, there are steps you can take to help your seniors get some rest. In this article, we will outline some of the most common methods for getting seniors to sleep, and provide helpful tips on how to implement them. There is no one-size-fits-all answer to getting a senior with dementia to sleep at night, as the best approach may vary depending on the individual situation. However, some tips on how to get an elderly parent with dementia to sleep at night may include: Making sure they have a comfortable bed and pillow to sleep in. Providing them with a schedule for bedtime that includes enough rest and relaxation time. Helping them to relax by practicing certain relaxation techniques before bedtime. Keeping them active during the day. Establish a Regular Sleep Schedule When it comes to getting elderly parents with dementia to sleep at night, establishing a regular sleep schedule can be key. By helping them learn how to fall asleep and wake up on their own, they can start to get more rest and feel more alert during the day.