We’re Here to Help.
Looking for care for loved ones can be overwhelming and difficult. We are here to assist you in finding the best care and solutions for you and your family. Home care services can be provided in the home, hospital, nursing home, or in an assisted living facility.
The Aegis Difference
We treat our clients — and caregiving staff — like members of our own family: with love, respect and dignity. We aim to provide the most professional and personalized care available in the Triangle area. That means access to care within hours of an initial request and call-backs to clients on the same day. That means making frequent assessments of plans of care, and keeping family informed when things change. That also means using state-of-the-art technology to aid us in matching clients' care needs and preferences with caregivers' skills and experience.
Creating a Plan of Care.
To determine the appropriate level of care required, a full assessment of your specific situation will take place at your home or place of care. Together, we develop a plan of care with you that best meets your needs and ensures your safety and comfort. This plan of care will be revised as needed, and it will be evaluated frequently to ensure we make any adjustments or improvements needed.
Why Choose Home Care?
Compared to other options, home care has many advantages:
1. You receive care in your own home. This is the environment you are accustomed to and most comfortable in.
2. Care plans can be highly flexible. Care is customized to you and your needs.
3. You have the caregiver’s undivided attention. You are the sole responsibility of the caregiver. There is no need to
rush, nor are there other clients or patients who have to be prioritized.
4. Home care is cost effective. You may only need a few hours of care per day or per week. Why pay for around the clock
services when you just need some help with your morning routine? Compare to most facilities that charge about $400/day
plus an entrance fee, home care is a financially prudent option.
5. Home care is an effective “bridge.” Clients may start with our agency and at some point need to move to a different
type of care. We also have clients who decide they want to age in place and partner with us for their entire lives. We are
honored to be able to allow people to stay at home as long as possible.
Home Care Services
Assistance with Cognitive Impairment
Wake-up and morning routine assistance
Tuck-in and bedtime needs
Transfer assistance (to bed, chair, toilet, etc.)
Organize and clean closets
Laundry and ironing assistance
Light household cleaning
Bed linen Changing
Pet care assistance
Companionship and conversation
Mental awareness and stimulation
Write letters and emails
Discuss current events
Participate in crafts
Play games and cards
Plan visits, outings, and trips
Visit neighbors and friends
Aid with reading
Monitor diet and eating
Plan, prepare and clean up meals
Accompany to breakfast, lunch, or dinner
Check food expirations
Record and arrange recipes
Prepare grocery lists
Shop for groceries and supplies
Clip coupons for shopping
Types of Care
North Carolina has specific, complicated guidelines that define the levels of home care agencies like Aegis can provide.
However, we have attempted to make it easier for you to understand the relative distinctions that come with each type of
Click here to view our chart: Types of Home Care in North Carolina.
|Initial Fee||0||$1,000 — |
|$1,000 — |
|$1,000 — |
|0||$150,000 — |
|Cost||$22 — $28/hr||$2,500 — |
|$4,500 — |
|$4,500 — |
|$6,000 — |
|$2,000 — |
|Resident/ Caregiver Ratio||1:1||NA||10:1||8:1||10:1 plus RN, LPN||Varies based on location|
|RN Availability||On Call||On Call||On Call||On Call||Yes||Yes|
|Active Daily Living|
Ambulation, Toileting, etc.
|Yes||Extra or Outside Service||Yes||Yes||Yes||In Skilled and Assisted Areas|
|No||No||Extra or Outside Service||Extra or Outside Service||Yes||Yes|
Home Care - Individualized care in your home by an experienced caregiver. Flexible services and hours.
Independent Living - A facility that offers apartment style living in a senior community.
Assisted Living - A facility that provides minimum care for daily living needs such as bathing and dressing.
Memory Care - Similar to Assisted Living but is designed for the cognitively impaired. The facility is locked/secured.
Skilled Nursing - A facility that offers skilled care such as wound care, physical therapy, and on-site 24 hour nursing
CCRC - A Continuing Care Retirement Community; Combines all types of care on one campus. Requires a lifetime
commitment and the ability to be independent initially.