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What is non-medical in-home care?

Non-medical in-home care is a type of home care service that provides assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) and other tasks, but does not involve medical services. This type of care is provided by a Home Care Aid (Caregiver), usually in a home setting, often used by older adults who need help with daily tasks such as bathing, dressing, cooking, and cleaning.

Receiving in-home care can be a great option for seniors by allowing them to live in their own homes for as long as possible with compassionate assistance. It can also provide relief for family members who take on the role of Caregivers and help improve the quality of life for everyone involved.


If you or someone you know is considering in-home care, here are a few things we encourage folks to do:

  1. Talk to your doctor: Your doctor can help assess your needs and recommend a qualified home care provider.

  2. Compare providers: Once you have a few home care providers in mind, call them to discuss your specific needs and find out how their agency operates. This will help you make an informed decision on selecting a provider that will meet your needs.

  3. Meet with the provider: Once you have selected a home care provider, schedule a meeting to meet with the team who will be providing you care. This gives you a chance to elaborate on your needs while getting to know the home care provider better. Most providers take this time to go over their process of providing services so be sure to ask all the questions you find necessary.

  4. Set expectations: Once you decide to start services it is important to set clear expectations with your selected provider so they can better service you. Let them know how often you'd like to schedule services for, the duration of services, and what you're most looking forward to receiving.

  5. Communicate regularly: Finally, you've chosen a home care provider you trust and are happy with the services you're receiving. Now, it's important for you to stay up-to-date by communicating regularly with your home care provider about your needs and any changes that may occur.

By doing your research and choosing a qualified provider, you can ensure that you receive the care you need to stay happy, safe, and healthy.


We here at Precision Adult Care Services are proud to serve our senior community as a top home care provider in the Coachella Valley. We offer the home care services many seniors and their families seek! Our wide team of Caregivers are compassionate, caring, and knowledgeable professionals who are committed to providing quality care. We've also been a licensed and insured home care agency since 2015!


Our services include:

  • Personal care: This includes help with bathing, dressing, grooming, and toileting.

  • Homemaking: This includes help with cooking, cleaning, laundry, and shopping.

  • Transportation: This includes help with getting to and from doctor's appointments, social events, and other appointments.

  • Companionship: This includes providing someone to talk to, play games with, or simply sit and relax with.

  • Respite care: This provides temporary relief for family caregivers by providing someone to come into the home and provide care for the loved one.

So if you or someone you know are interested in learning more about senior home care, we encourage you to contact us at Precision Adult Care Services today. We would be happy to discuss your needs and provide you with our free consultation and assessment.


PACS Team

Precision Adult Care Services

(760) 625-8622




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Here are some of the benefits of choosing Precision Adult Care Services:

  1. We are a locally owned and operated business. This means that we are committed to serving our community and providing our clients with the best possible care.

  2. We have a wide range of experience. Our caregivers have years of experience providing non-medical in-home care to older adults and people with disabilities.

  3. We are highly trained and qualified. Our caregivers are all certified and insured, and they receive ongoing training to ensure that they are providing the highest quality of care.

  4. We are flexible and responsive. We understand that everyone's needs are different, and we are committed to providing care that is tailored to the individual needs of our clients.

  5. We are affordable. We offer a variety of payment options, so you can find a plan that fits your budget.

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