New Era Support Services


A clean home is a happy home. There is no doubt about that—and we are here to make that happen for our clients. Many people don't have the strength or agility to keep their living quarters neat and clean. A few have trouble preparing meals and feeding themselves. Some folks also need assistance with their wardrobes. Still others can't get out into the community to take care of their personal business. So, we help them by performing duties such as the services listed below.

  • Plan and Prepare Meals
  • Shop for Groceries and Supplies
  • Perform Light Housekeeping –
    Sweep, Mop and Vacuum
  • Take Out Garbage and Recycling
  • Wash and Put Dishes Away
  • Make Beds & Change Linens
  • Laundry and Ironing
  • Organize Cabinets and Closets

Tidy and Well-fed

Nothing can drag a person down more than living in a messy house or struggling with a poor diet. So, call us in to provide help with all of those things that seem so natural to most of us. Read the scenario on this page for a glimpse into one very common situation many people experience in our community.

    SCENARIO: When It's Just Too Much

    Edna wants to live at home for as long as possible. She is 83 years old, in good health and maintains an active schedule. However, Edna can no longer keep up with all of her housekeeping duties. She needs someone to take care of the chores around the house. Edna also needs some help with food preparation.

    For Edna, homemaker services offer an ideal solution. The caregiver comes three days per week. First, she tidies up around the house and then prepares lunch and dinnertime meals. In addition, the caregiver performs tasks on a pre-defined schedule. Mondays: laundry and bedding. Wednesdays: sprucing up the kitchen and bathroom. Fridays: preparing the living space and floors for Edna's weekend visitors. Click on the links below to learn more about our other types of services.

    • Personal care to ensure that clients are well-kept and in good health.
    • Task helper assistance to run errands, escort and transport Denise to appointments, offer reminders about taking medication, and help with maintaining their calendars.
    • Companion services to keep clients occupied and engaged in daily living activities.