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Haddon Township Plan of Care

When you are ready to begin senior home care services with Homewatch CareGivers of Haddon Township, we will need to have one of our nurse’s write a plan of care for you. Our professional elder care team will come and meet with you and learn as much as we can about you, what makes you tick, what do you like and what do you dislike, what do you need us to assist you with in order for you to remain safely and independently in your home. Then, our nurse will come over and perform her in-depth evaluation. From all the information that we gather about you and your care needs, the nurse will formulate your individualized plan of care. The plan of care is basically the written instructions for the caregivers as they work with each client. She will then instruct the caregiver(s) who will be helping you on your wants and needs, reviewing the care plan with the caregivers and making sure that their skills match the needs written out in each specific plan of care. Once the plan of care is done, services can begin!

Your home care service plan may include:

Bathing, Dressing, Grooming & Toileting

  • Bathing Assistance
  • Catheter/Ostomy Bag (Empty Only)
  • Comb & Set Hair
  • Denture Care Assistance
  • Dressing Assistance
  • Incontinence Care Assistance
  • Nail Care (File and Clean)
  • Oral Hygiene Assistance
  • Perineal Care
  • Skin Check
  • Toileting Assistance

Housekeeping & Laundry

  • Change Bed Linens
  • Clearing Clutter & Trip Hazards
  • Organizing Household Items
  • Vacuuming & Dusting


  • Cooking Together and Eating Together
  • Incorporating Food Preferences & Dietary Restrictions
  • Menu Planning
  • Nutrition & Hydration Oversight
  • Report Refused Nutrition/Hydration

Errands & Transportation

  • Dr's Appointments
  • Grocery Shopping
  • Pharmacy
  • Social Outings


  • Adherence to Time of Day, Dietary Considerations and Activity Scheduling
  • Communication About Adherence & Adverse Side Effects
  • Medication Reminders
  • Remote Care Technology Medication Dispensers

Social Engagement

  • Arts & Crafts
  • Cards & Board Games
  • Music & Movies
  • Outings & Social Activities with Friends and Family
  • Story Sharing & Reminiscing

Safety Precautions

  • Ambulation Assistance
  • Assistive Devices
  • Bed-Bound Repositioning
  • Fall Risk Evaluation
  • Full House Safety Evaluation
  • Remote Care Technology & Safety Alert Systems
  • Transfer Assistance (Bed, Car, Chair)

Quality Oversight

  • Care Plan Documentation
  • Caregiver Matching
  • Family Involvement in Plan of Care
  • Indepth Social History
  • Quality Assurance Visits


  • Adherence to Smoking & Alcohol Reduction Recommendations
  • Routine Exercising
  • Sleeping Patterns

Care Communication

  • Communication with Family
  • Communication with Providers Coming into the Home (PT, OT, Home Health, DME, Oxygen)
  • Communication with Providers Out of Home (PCP, Specialist, Pharmacist, Clinic)
  • Dr Appointment Scheduling and Updates