Home Care agencies (HC) provide companionship, personal care, food preparations and housekeeping.
Home Care agencies with medical services (MHC) offer medical services in your home in addition to Home Care services.
Coming Home Connection
Coming Home Connection provides all levels of non-medical in-home care, up to a 24/7 basis, including: companionship, meal prep and grocery shopping, light housekeeping, overnight supervision, showering, bed baths, toileting, transfers and support with walking and driving for errands. We offer a specialized end-of-life care service. Our unique non-profit models offers all the benefits of a home care agency, without the agency care fee. We train and background check all our caregivers.
In addition, by choosing our service, you are giving back to the community, as our caregivers volunteer time to provide free care to those unable to pay.
Cornerstone’s innovative approach integrates client care and client wellness. Our services are accessible, balanced and distinguished. Our deepest desire is to celebrate the life and experiences of our care recipients through the home care expertise available at Cornerstone.
Our clients select from an arrangement of helpful, healthy, effective care options, customized for their changing needs. The services developed and implemented at Cornerstone reflect our passion to give your loved ones our best.
Egis Complete Care
Egis is committed to enabling older adults to age in place. Your quality of life is our mission. Our staff has valuable knowledge of community resources and extensive experience with the appropriate organizations and professionals in the region. We have a stable of over one hundred of the best caregivers in the area. Based on your personal needs and desires, we offer recommendations and resources to promote independence, safety, and the quality of life you deserve.
Home Instead Senior Care
Home Instead provides professional caregiving services with an individualized approach to keep older adults safe and sound at home, instead of anywhere else.
Home Instead offers many different types of in-home care that can be individualized to meet the needs of your family members including Companionship, Alzheimer’s & Dementia care, Personal Care, Transportation, Preparation of nutritious meals, light housekeeping and more.
CARE Consultations with Home Instead's local experts are always free. Take the first step and call us today. We'd love to help you better understand your Home Care options.
Call us 24 hours a day 7 days a week at 505-471-2777.
We believe that having the people who care for and about us engaged in the well-being of the senior to make life better at every stage.We are focused on providing technology and tools to connect seniors and those who care for them. We are committed to giving seniors and those on their care continuum the peace of mind that comes from knowing that care is being provided timely and efficiently along the entire care journey. This is especially important that care takers know that they are doing their best for their loved ones as they age.
Nurses with Heart
Presbyterian Home Health and Hospice
Presbyterian Home Healthcare and Hospice of Northern New Mexico provides services for patients who either need, or are more comfortable, receiving care at their home. These services include home healthcare and hospice.
Our home healthcare program is designed for patients who need consistent medical care, but not the 24-hour monitoring of a hospital or nursing home. While many of our patients are seniors, home healthcare can also benefit people of all ages who are recovering from surgery or have experienced a hospitalization for severe illness.
Our hospice care program provides compassionate care with physical, emotional and spiritual support to patients and their families when curative measures are no longer the best option. Hospice services can often start much sooner than expected and are not limited to the final days of life, so please call us to discuss options.
Vista at Home
Our deep history and love for the elderly have provided best-in-class care for this unique population. Vista’s unwavering commitment to transparent and honest communication and education foster a culture that families of those living with dementia and Alzheimer’s have loved and supported for over two decades. Long committed to serving this demographic of elders, Vista understands all stages of dementia. We have supported, counseled, and cried with spouses, children, and other loved ones for years before they ultimately made the decision to place their loved ones in our homes. We have written a book, Mindful Dementia Care, documenting our story and experience.
Upon reflecting on our experience and the needs we have met through the years, Vista leadership recognized that caregivers of elders with dementia and Alzheimer’s have yet another unmet need: to keep loved ones at home for as long as possible with the assistance of our professional staff. We also know well the physical and emotional toll caring for someone with dementia can have on caregivers, especially in the early stages of the disease, when professional, specialized care seems beyond reach. There is no one that can do this better than us. And there is no one better to help reduce the risk of transfer trauma when staying at home is no longer possible.