Older Adults & Persons with Disabilities

We partner with older adults, persons living with disabilities, and their caregivers to combat isolation and promote independence
Family Lifeline’s programming for older adults, people with disabilities and their caregivers strives to help individuals reduce social isolation and remain independent, in their own homes for as long as possible. To accomplish this work, we utilize inter-generational programming that works with two generations at a time to ensure wellness, healthy aging and caregiver support. Our intensive home based care-giving, delivered by home care professionals and friendly visiting volunteers, allows individuals and families to remain socially engaged maintaining their health, safety and dignity.

Call (804) 249-9343 today to learn more about programs for older adults, persons with disabilities and their caregivers.

Friendly Visiting

Trained volunteers provide companionship, outreach, and advocacy to meet the social and emotional needs of lonely and isolated older adults and persons with disabilities through regular visits, trained volunteers:

  • Listen attentively & engage in conversation
  • Are sensitive to the needs of individuals facing difficult life circumstances (health issues, grief, etc.)
  • Build meaningful relationships that facilitates true companionship

Companion Care

From simple to more complex tasks, our highly trained staff provide a wide variety of homemaker services including:

  • Providing companionship and support
  • Performing light housekeeping and laundry
  • Preparing meals and eating assistance
  • Helping with grocery shopping and errands

Personal Care

Includes all Companion Care services in addition to:

  • Helping with personal hygiene
  • Assisting with bathing and dressing
  • Assisting with toileting and incontinence care
  • Assisting with ambulation, transferring and lifting to avoid falls
  • Providing medication reminders

Respite Care

We provide caregivers support in the following areas:

  • Navigation of the health and social support systems
  • Identification of financial aid sources to support their loved ones appropriately
  • Education on stress management and care-giving
  • Respite services to relieve caregiver stress