Why Choose Hestia?
Flexible Plan Options
Network of Professionals
Continued Care No Matter What
What is Long-Term Home Care?
Long-term senior care is an in-home care service for the elderly which includes tasks categorized under Activities of Daily Living and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living. These daily tasks are necessary for comfort and help the individual live well at home with a little bit of extra assistance.
Helping you or your loved one remember to take medications.
Grocery shopping, cooking meals, cleaning, and assisted feeding.
Shopping, keeping appointments, social, and leisure activities.
Helping to keep up with basic hygiene needs.
Assistance with bathroom visits including transitions and clean up.
Routine clean up to keep the home manageable and tidy.
Helping with dressing, undressing, and doing laundry.
Transitioning in and out of bed, wheelchairs, cars, etc.
Caring for and walking pets to ensure proper exercise.
"I am impressed with how accommodating the staff was from the very beginning and how creative they were in finding solutions. I continue to recommend Hestia to everyone I talk to.”
"Being able to do things again has totally changed my perspective on life. Hestia has been the nicest gift that my husband and family has ever given to me. It has truly been a blessing to have in my life."
"Others have promoted "aging in place," but the extraordinary folks at Hestia are the first to actually deliver services that allow our beloved elder to maintain her dignity, health, and quality of life."
The Hestia Promise
We promise to help you age in place and live well at home. Hestians promise to provide consistent, dependable care that offers you (or your loved one) your dignity, safety, and comfort in your home.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are IADLs?
IADL's are Instrumental Activities of Daily Living. They are tasks which require critical thinking or organization. Example include: paying bills, doing housework, meal prep, and taking medications.
What are ADLs?
ADL's are Activities of Daily Living. They are tasks which are necessary for day-to-day living. Examples include: bathing, eating, dressing, walking, and toileting.
Do you work with the VA?
Yes. Hestia works with the VA to supplement or provide full-coverage for your in-home care.
How many hours of home care do I need?
Depending on your insurance, you will be granted a certain number of hours per month for home care. You can use as much or as little as you need according to your needs.
Can I change my home care plan?
Hestia has a support network that enables you to change your plan from long-term home care, to palliative, to hospice. Move seamlessly along the pathway of care.
Do you provide 24/7 care?
If needed, Hestia can provide as much as constant 24-hour care or as little as 1-hour a week.
“Hestia is the primary reason for my dad's improvement. It was not until he was able to be in his home that he showed significant and meaningful recovery after a 6 week hospitalization. Your services are very much appreciated and your staff is wonderful. Thank you for working with us and working to get people back in their homes.”
"I have nothing but praise for Hestia: a thoughtful, conscientious staff; accommodating and flexible to our schedule; always checking in with us to see what we need and what they can improve on. I would highly recommend their services."
"They were wonderful in my time of need. I can't say enough about how great they were with support and encouragement for both my husband and myself. I had to go to work and they were there for me. The caregiver was the best thing ever for my husband who was dying. They are all so supportive."