Personal care services provide assistance and support for people with disabilities, living independently in communities such as Duluth, Minnesota and the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area. This includes the elderly as well as others with special health care needs. HealthStar Home Health aims to make communities and families strong by enabling individuals of all ages to live a more independent and fulfilling life. To achieve this, HealthStar Home Health offers Personal Care Assistant (PCA) services.
A personal care assistant may help individuals with daily living activities, such as:
- Transferring and positioning
A PCA will also provide assistance with daily living tasks such as meal planning and preparation, shopping, managing finances, communication via telephone or other avenues, and transportation within your community. A HealthStar personal care assistant will also provide hands-on assistance with various health related functions, including mental or behavioral illnesses.
According to a recent report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, healthcare jobs and industries are expected to have the fastest employment growth and will add the most jobs between 2014 and 2024. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects the slowdown of labor force due to the increase in the proportion of the population entering prime retirement age. This slowdown of labor force growth is expected, in turn, to affect the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) annual growth, which is then projected to generate a 6.5% increase in new healthcare jobs between 2014 and 2024.
HealthStar Home Health recognizes that as the senior population ages, more and more Minnesota families are tasked with caring for their parents as well caring for their own family. This age group is commonly referred to as the “sandwich” generation and is quickly becoming overwhelmed when their daily job, family commitments and additional duties when caring for aging parents are all factored in. This type of situation is creating the fast-growing need for various healthcare jobs, including personal care assistants.
It is our hope you will consider HealthStar Home Health and the personal care assistance services we offer when helping a loved one retain independence and quality of life in their northern Minnesota or Minneapolis-St. Paul area home. HealthStar is proud to offer culturally sensitive healthcare services to individuals who are traditionally underserved. We offer personal care services as well as Home Health Care Services, Mental Health Services, and Home and Community Based Services. Under these mentioned services, you will find a range of additional support such as:
Home Health Care Services:
Home and Community Based Services:
Mental Health Services:
- Children’s Therapeutic Services and Supports (CTSS)
- Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS)
HealthStar Home Health will consult with our clients’ physicians, social workers, hospitals, family, and other providers to develop a customized plan for each individual’s home health care needs. Included in this will be managing the necessary paperwork and communicating with providers, insurers, and government agencies as needed. We are confident the services offered by HealthStar will alleviate the stress of caring for your senior loved ones. Contact us today if you have more questions or would like to schedule a no-obligation consultation.
In an effort to meet the demands of the growing healthcare industry, HealthStar Home Health offers employment opportunities which include competitive compensation packages in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, northern Minnesota communities, including Duluth and Bemidji, Wisconsin and New Mexico. HealthStar operates on a genuine desire to serve the culturally diverse clientele through stewardship and honor-driven values. If you are the special type of person who enjoys caring for seniors and will ensure they receive it in a dignified and caring way, contact us to learn more about our current open positions. Call us today at 651-633-7300 or visit our website to learn more about our company and apply.
It’s great to know that there are options such as a personal care attendant. I didn’t know this before and it sounds so much more personal and less worrying about my grandmother would feel being in a nursing home. I think that would be a really great option to consider for my grandmother instead of sending her to the nursing home and everything so I’ll have to look more into getting one.
My aunt is old and since my uncle passed away, she does not have who to take care of her. I like how you mentioned that personal care services provide assistance and support for people with disabilities. Thanks for sharing this article, I will talk to my mom and see if we can get her personal care so she can feel better.
The segment of your article that talked about things like bathing and regular chores really interested me. This is something that could really be hard for my mother to do with the way she is now considering how physically weak she currently is, and that would be a daily routine that will tire her out. I’ll definitely look for any home health care services that can help her with those kinds of things.