Coming Home Connection does our best to help people who are negotiating the challenges of ill health and old age. We can provide home care for a short spell after a surgery or acute illness; part-time, back-up support for a chronic condition over the long term; all the way up to fielding a 24/7 caregiving team during a critical or fatal illness. We take care to consider the personalities of clients and caregivers, as well as family dynamics, so we can serve a client’s emotional needs as well as their physical condition. We constantly monitor and adapt to changes in the client’s situation.
Coming Home Connection offers all levels of non-medical in-home care, including:
We receive donations of new and gently used medical equipment ranging from walkers and wheelchairs to disposable underwear and surgical gloves. All items are donated free for the asking, with the understanding that the recipient will pass the gift forward in good condition when they no longer need it.
Our Coming Home Kids project arose out of our experience of providing home health care to adults. Understanding the pressures that can arise from caring for a family member at home, we adapted our model and training to create a respite program for families of seriously ill children.
For over ten years, Coming Home Connection has been providing high quality, compassionate end-of-life care to people in their homes. Now, in partnership with The Montecito Santa Fe Senior Living, we can offer this same care to people with terminal illnesses for whom dying at home is not an option.