Do you or your loved one suffer from a chronic or debilitating illness that affects your quality of life, resulting in needing help to meet your physical and emotional well-being?

If so, call today for an initial consultation!

Our program provides the following non-skilled services:

  • Monthly Supervision visit by RN
  • MD Apportionment Escort/Transportation
  • Personal Care Hygiene
  • Toileting Assistance
  • Medication Reminders
  • Companionship Services
  • Home Helper Services
  • Wound Care
  • Independent Living at Home
  • Outings
  • Assist with Transfer and Ambulation
  • Assist with ROM exercises as Directed by the MD of PT
  • Meal Preparation and Feeding
  • Light housekeeping
  • Errand Services
  • Grocery Shopping
  • Laundry and Linen Services
  • 24-hour or Live Care
  • Respite Care for Family/Caregivers

Skilled Services:

  • Monitoring of Vital Signs
  • Specialty Diet Planning/Dietary Monitoring
  • Bowel/Bladder Program



Private Duty is a broad term that encompasses all types of in-home care. It includes custodial care, companion care, and live-in care. It also includes care provided by a nursing assistant, a nurse, or another skilled professional, such as a physical therapist. Care is considered a “private duty” when it is being paid for by a long-term care insurance policy or by the patient or their family. It can be short or long-term and is often requested by patients who prefer to stay in the comfort of their own homes rather than in a nursing home. Private duty services range from companionship care to highly skilled nursing care during periods ranging from a brief visit to 24 hours a day. Private Duty caregivers are often enlisted to perform light home management, errands, meal preparation, housekeeping, or transportation to the grocery store, pharmacy, or doctor’s office. Medical or ‘skilled’ Private Duty offers care to those who require medically intensive care for long-term chronic conditions or skilled nursing care following a hospital stay or at the end of life.


  • Nursing Care
  • Long-term Care of Chronic Disease
  • Ventilator Care/Trach Care
  • IV Administration
  • Tube-Feeding Administration
  • Ostomy and Stoma Care
  • Grooming and Dressing
  • Recreational Activities
  • Incontinent Care
  • Oral Care
  • Medication Reminders
  • Bathing or Showering
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Meal Preparation
  • Respite for Family Caregivers
  • Errands and Shopping
  • Companionship
  • Reading Emails or Letters
  • Transportation
  • Changing Linens
  • Laundry and Ironing
  • Organizing Closets
  • Care of House Plants
  • 24-Hour Emergency Response
  • Family Counseling
  • Phone Call Checks


The terms “Non-Medical Home Care,” “Custodial Care,” and “Companion Care” are all used to describe care provided at home by a non-professional. Caregivers who provide these types of care are not required to have any specific medical training. At Pavilion Medical Home Care and Staffing, all caregivers are required to have extensive experience providing care, including measuring vital signs, bathing, transferring patients safely from bed to chair and back, and reporting concerning symptoms or changes in behavior/function that may signal that the health condition of the patient has changed. “Non-medical,” “custodial’ or “companion care” are usually needed when someone requires companionship, a minimal amount of help with managing daily activities, and/or to assure safety, such as in the case of someone who might be forgetting to turn off the stove.


This type of care is provided when someone needs care around the clock. For safety reasons, live-in care is not right for everyone. If a patient is not able to call for help during the night, a live-in caregiver will not be appropriate. This type of caregiver will be sleeping at night and may not hear the patient trying to get up. This can result in a fall or serious injury. The alternative to “live-in” care is when the agency provides caregivers who are required to remain awake at all times. In these cases, the same caregiver will not spend the night but will be substituted for a caregiver who is rested and prepared to stay awake through the night to provide assistance when needed.