Our Services

Our goal is to provide excellent care delivered in the comfort of your home and to:

  • Empower individuals to make informed decisions about their own care and the care of their loved ones
  • Promote healing and safety
  • Make it easy for family and friends to visit
  • Allow freedom and independence
  • Tailor care plans to the specific needs of each patient
  • Avoid or reduce re-hospitalization
  • Prevent or postpone institutional living

Services are provided on an hourly, daily, or live-in basis.
ABI staff is available 24 hours/7 days a week.

According to each patient’s individual needs and care plans services may include:

Assess and evaluate patient health needs, develop and implement care plans, manage medications, provide wound care, monitor vital signs and other skilled services.

Assist patients in staying in their homes by providing support, personal services, and educating families.

Assist with housekeeping services such as light cleaning, cooking, errands and doing laundry, as well as assist clients with personal care, including without limitation bathing, toileting, oral hygiene, general skin care and other hygiene needs. Assist patients with dressing or grooming.

Assess patients’ home for safety, create an exercise program to improve strength, coordination, balance, provide gait training, make recommendations for the use of a cane or walker or other assistance device and provide the necessary training on how to use the device safely and effectively, provide education to the patient and caregiver.

Assess patients’ health needs and diet. Counsel patients on nutrition regarding specific medical conditions. Counsel patients on the importance of healthy eating habits. Develop meal plans, taking both cost and clients' preferences into account.

Assist in the home by for instance; cleaning the house, cooking meals, ensuring clothes are laundered, maintaining the household budget, shopping for groceries, and caring for children in the home.

Maintain a clean, sanitary, comfortable and tidy environment for either private households or commercial establishments.

Interview and examine patients with breathing or cardiopulmonary issues. Consult with physicians to develop patient treatment plans. Strive to improve patients’ ability to breathe comfortably, through a variety of medications, equipment and perform diagnostic tests such as measuring lung capacity.

Assist patients in overcoming physical challenges by teaching daily living skills for example; homemaking, cooking, eating, dressing, grooming and other activities so that patients can remain in their home.

Work to assess, diagnose and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders in children and adults.

Assess the psychological and social functioning of patients and families, connect patients and families to the necessary resources and support services in their community, provide counseling, assist with emotional adjustments to life changes such as an illness, addiction or loss, help patients improve problem solving and coping skills.

Assist individuals facing terminal illness with a limited life expectancy. Work closely with patients and families to identify goals and priorities, and to develop a plan to achieve them. Manage symptoms such as pain, breathing difficulty and anxiety. Provide emotional support to patients and families as death is approaching.

Forms of Payment

  • Check
  • Cash
  • Visa
  • MasterCard
  • American Express
  • Third Party Payers
  • MLTC
  • CHHA
  • Insurance Companies