Services

Alleviate the stress of care with Vidal’s range of services.

Personal Care

Our compassionate Caregivers provide companionship, supervision, assistance with personal grooming, dressing, feeding, medication reminders, exercise and more.

Meal preparation

Our Caregivers are knowledgeable about nutrition and safe food handling and can help make sure you get the nutritious meals you need.

Transportation

We provide transportation to doctor appointments, the pharmacy, the grocery store, social events, and just about anywhere you need to be.

Respite Services

Our Caregivers can help with chores around the house like washing the dishes, folding the laundry, dusting and more.

Light Housekeeping

Everyone needs a break. Let us take over the care giving duties of your loved one while you take some well-deserved time off.

Companionship

Caregivers can provide companionship and help to encourage physical and cognitive activities to keep both the body and mind fit.

Special care for every need

Tailored care focused on individual needs.

Palliative Care

Palliative care focuses on maximizing comfort, providing symptom relief and prioritizes autonomy in patients with terminal illness.

Providing palliative care at home can be an emotionally challenging feat, but can also be a precious and amazing experience as it provides the opportunity for families to gather and spend valuable time with their loved one in familiar and comfortable surroundings. It allows for one to make the best of his/her final

Alzheimer’s / Dementias Care

Finding out that a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, or other dementia, can be overwhelming to say the least. It is difficult to accept and come to terms with the diagnosis and its implications for your loved one and your shared relationship. It is only more difficult to begin to prepare for the long journey ahead and the care needs that will inevitably arise…

Parkinson’s Care

Families who have been affected by Parkinson’s disease know that the progressive nature of the disease means that management strategies and care requirements will change with time.

Problems with movement, posture and balance present fall and bone fracture risks, while other manifestations of the disease that affect cognition, speech and altered facial expressions present challenges in communication and can cause embarrassment in social situations…