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Brain Injury & Tumor Care for Elders and Seniors

Experienced In Home Care for Brain Injury Survivors

There are many ways that a person can acquire a traumatic brain injury, but for Elderly and Senior individuals, the most common location to suffer a head trauma is at home. As Elders and Seniors grow older, physical fitness decreases, health diminishes, and the likelihood of acquiring a chronic illness is higher. Any one of these factors can place serious limitations on the individual’s ability to live at home safely. A temporary loss of balance while walking or forgetting to clean spilt cooking oil in the kitchen can lead to a fall that could have been prevented.

If your Elder or Senior loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury and is back at home from the hospital, the caregivers at A-1 Home Care can provide in-home care for your loved one – no matter how serious the brain damage is or what condition your loved one is in. TBIs can cause long-term physical and cognitive complications such as muscle stiffness, balance and coordination issues, memory loss, issues with thinking, changes in the senses, and a host of other complications. In the months right after a brain injury, consistent participation in therapy routines is key to regaining functionality.

The caregivers at A-1 Home Care can provide 24 hour Live-In Care or Hourly Care and help with any doctor or therapist prescribed lifestyle changes or therapy exercises. If your loved one has undergone surgery for the removal of a brain tumor, our Brain Tumor caregivers can help your loved one recover at home with dedicated personal care and assistance with activities of daily living.

All of our Brain Injury & Tumor caregivers, nurse aides, companions, and home helpers must have at least 2 years of prior at home caregiving experience, verifiable professional references, a National Background Check/DMV Check, Tuberculosis testing, Malpractice/Liability Insurance, First Aid/CPR training, and a personal interview with our office staff.


  • Aides
  • Babysitters
  • Caregivers or Companions (Live-In / Live-Out)
  • Certified Nurse Assistants (C.N.A.)
  • Certified Home Health Aides (C.H.H.A.)
  • Home Attendants
  • Home Helpers
  • Homemakers
  • Hospital Sitters
  • Live In Caregivers
  • Medical Assistants
  • Mother's Helpers
  • Nannies
  • Nursing Home Sitters
  • Private Duty Nurse Aides
  • Respite Caregivers
  • Senior Caregivers


  • Basic Health Monitoring
  • Bathing and Hygiene Management
  • Companionship / Support
  • Exercise and Range of Motion
  • Recreational Activities
  • Laundry & Linen Change
  • Light Housecleaning
  • Mail & Bill Organization
  • Meal Preparation
  • Medication Reminder
  • Personalized Errands
  • Safety Supervision
  • Toileting & Incontinence Care
  • Transportation to Medical and Social Appointments
  • Companionship and Conversation
  • Light Housekeeping

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