lvca-care-planDeveloping a Care Plan

LVCA will work with you and your family to develop a detailed Care Plan whether you require a trip to the doctor or 24-hour care.




Information on our Care Plans include:

  • Level of care required
  • Lifestyle preferences
  • A schedule tailored to the family’s needs
  • Individualized requests such as favorite meals or special precautions
  • Budget requirements

plastic-surgery-recovery-lower-valley-care-advocatesAfter Surgery Care

Planning for support in the hours and days following a procedure is critical to successful recuperation, ensures optimal recovery and eases the burden of friends and relatives. Let our caregivers provide peace of mind following your surgery, whether it’s for a few days or a few weeks.

personal-care-shower-lower-valley-care-advocatesPersonal Care

Looking good and feeling better often go hand-in-hand. If adhering to personal care routines has become difficult, our experienced PCAs, Certified Nursing Assistants, and Home Health Aides can help with bathing, dressing and incontinence care while always incorporating compassion and dignity.

Help Around the House

Cleaning up, wiping down, taking out the trash, preparing nutritious meals, taking care of errands, walking the dog – these are the events of daily living but they can be daunting to some. Our caregivers can tackle it all or provide some guidance and a helping hand to the more independent-minded person who doesn’t have the physical ability to safely handle it all.

Concierge Services

Tasks big and small…Lower Valley Care Advocates can coordinate with assistants at the ready. Add our phone number to your contacts!



  • Grocery Shopping
  • Errands
  • Local Rides to Therapy and Medical Appointments
  • Day Trips
  • Holiday Wrapping & Decorating
  • Waiting Services for Home Appointments
  • Gift Shopping
  • Companionship: Keep a loved one safe at home, lighten your load or be a bright spot in somebody’s day!

Respite Care

Caring for a loved-one can take an emotional toll on families, causing the caregiver to overlook their own needs. LVCA recognizes the need for caregivers to take a little time for themselves to recharge and refresh by providing respite services.

Dementia Care

Our caregivers strive to keep seniors with dementia engaged and encourage participation in mental activity. Keeping seniors safely at home is a top priority.

I am so grateful for all that Marie and the other women have done to help with Mom’s recovery and care.

Karen, daughter of Doris K.

My mother and myself would like to thank all of the girls who helped her since January, 2011. Mom said all of you were very nice and enjoyed talks, walks and help around her apartment. Thank you again to all. We won’t forget you!

Susan W., daughter

We were very fortunate to have been blessed with personnel who were so caring and efficient with the care of my wife for three years. You are a credit to your profession. Thank you.

Ken, husband of Eileen W.

Mary was able to have her final wish granted thanks to your employee’s wonderful care. She enjoyed Maria G. and Vanssa’s time with her. Lubica was with her at the beginning and the end of her confinement and, as a result of her loving care, enabled her to go in peace.

Claire and Ernie C., cousins

I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart because had it not been for your swift work putting it together with such short notice, I would not have been able to grant my mom’s wish to come home. All the aides were kind, courteous, attentive, very capable and so very caring! I will, no doubt, highly recommend your agency to anyone who needs homecare. Everything you did meant the world to me and my family!

I would like to thank Lubica, my mom’s aide who kindly and practically dealt with my mom’s agitation, and gave great care at all times. She was so committed to my mom. I also want to commend those I felt performed beyond expectations. So, add Carol to the list..a real observant caregiver picking up on subtle changes in my mom, and acting accordingly. Smart cookie! And gentle, cheery, Anna, bringing her little coffee pot in the morning and brewing a pot to share with my mom.

Lisa, daughter of Nancy T.
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