Veterans Services

What are Veteran Services?

What are Veteran Services?

At Your Home Court Advantage, we are committed to Veterans. We are appreciative of veterans and their dedication to our country and thank you for your service. For Veterans, we provide Personal Care Services, Homemaker, Respite, and Private Duty Services. We are dedicated to helping veterans and their spouses who have proudly served our country, receive the benefits they deserve.

Our specialized intake and team of financial advisors will help you determine which benefits you qualify for relative to Personal Care and Respite Services.

Please click the button below to email us or call (1-800-700-0008 or 234-236-5967)

We will help you obtain authorization for any services you need, guide, and provide you with a list of documentation that might be necessary for the referral.

We can also help you by speaking with your provider and the Veterans Administration (VA) to ensure authorization for services by the VA immediately. Once homecare services have been approved, we will provide a qualified caregiver to meet your immediate needs on a priority basis.

Please review with your physician and provider which personal care services you may need and we stand ready to support you as you have supported us and our country.

We thank you for your service!

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Your Home Court Advantage provides assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) to help with:
  • Meal preparation

  • Medication reminders

  • Personal grooming and hygiene

  • Dressing, bathing, and toileting

  • Mobility and fall prevention

  • Light housekeeping

Our well-trained team members can assist you in choosing the right services to meet your specific needs.

IADL’s – Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs)

IADL’s – Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs)

As our loved one’s age, sometimes they just need a little extra assistance. If independence is there goal, our caregivers are specially trained to support our clients. All our caregivers are bonded and insured and stand ready to provide assistance with the seven primary Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs).

IADLs are the self-care tasks and life skills we usually learn when younger. They require more complex thinking, including organizational skills that sometimes are difficult to recall as individuals age. These skills are using the telephone, shopping, preparing meals, housekeeping, using transportation, taking medication(s), and managing finances.

If you are struggling, our specially trained caregivers can help with:
  • Managing finances, such as paying bills and managing financial assets
  • Managing transportation, either via driving or by organizing other means of transportation

  • Shopping and meal preparation. This covers everything required to get a meal on the table. It also covers shopping for clothing and other items required for daily life
  • Housecleaning and home maintenance. This means cleaning kitchens after eating, keeping one’s living space reasonably clean and tidy, laundry and keeping up with home maintenance
  • Managing communication, such as the telephone and mail
  • Managing medications, which covers obtaining medications and taking them as directed

What are Companion Care Services?

What are Companion Care Services?

Companionship and interaction are critical to successfully living an independent life in a safe, clean environment with the proper oversight and stimulation.

Your Home Court Advantage’s companion program offers private sitters for individuals who require extra care while living at home. We see to our clients’ physical and emotional wellbeing so that family members and friends can rest easy knowing their loved one is safe and living the best life in the place they love.

Our companions can help with the following activities:
  • Light housekeeping

  • Companionship and conversation

  • Pet care

  • Facilitating interests and hobbies

  • Grocery shopping

  • Meal planning and preparation

  • Encouraging Social Activities

  • Laundry & Ironing

  • Errands & Household Duties

  • Transportation

  • Medication Reminders
  • Attend Doctors Visits

What is Respite Care?

What is Respite Care?

Acting as the primary caregiver for a loved one is both rewarding and challenging. We can help you find balance and provide caregiving support. If you feel challenged to meet your own needs or the needs of a loved one, you could be at risk of caregiver burnout.

Respite care services provide short-term relief based upon your schedule so that you can rest, recharge, and be your best self for the ones you love. Our trusted in-home caregiving team lets you step away with confidence, knowing that your loved one is getting the very best of care.

We care for your loved one like our own family so that your time apart is as worry-free as the moments you spend together. Reach out today and let us connect you with professional, compassionate in-home care that gives you and your loved one peace of mind