Professional Service with…
Experience, Resources, Certifications, Skills…and Aloha
Providing personal assistance for you or your loved one. Our services of professional in-home care include, but are not limited to:
- TRANSPORTATION to and from appointments, errands, etc.
- SHOPPING AND MEAL PREPARATION, including any dietary restrictions and special events
- MEDICINE REMINDERS. I am not a nurse so cannot administer drugs or provide nursing care, but can assist patient in remembering to take medication, clean and dress wounds, etc.
- LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING, laundry, cleaning, etc.
- COMPANIONSHIP and SOCIAL OUTINGS, field trips, friend trips, events outside the home when possible
- LIVE-IN CARE for round-the-clock care and companionship if requested
- HEALTHCARE ADVOCACY to deal with insurance, doctors, treatments, medications, options, community resources…
- DOWNSIZING AND ESTATE SALES to help with relocations, living and estate sales.
In addition to my business and entrepreneurial background (8 companies), I’m a mom and tutu, have been a teacher (Oahu and Big Island), foster (hanai) parent, coached soccer, taught swimming and dance, mentored children and seniors, and have broad and deep experiences with all kinds of situations. My youngest grandchild has special needs, and I did my thesis for University of California Irvine at Fairview Mental Hospital with autistic children. I also have several years of Hospice training and experience as a caregiver, and I work currently with autistic children and adults, dementia and Alzheimer’s patients…and seniors with special needs.
I am fully vetted by the FBI, have a recent TB test, valid driver’s license and insurance, clean driver’s abstract, recent CPR updates, and other training and qualifications to enable me to care for you or your loved one. My associates are all trained and fully vetted as well.
But beyond my qualifications, I bring a big dose of ALOHA, so that the client receives kindness and feels loved.
Enhance your peace of mind
Call for fees and a quote for your (or your loved one’s) needs.
~ Assistance with Aloha ~
“Karen is a wonderfully compassionate caregiver who understands the needs of not only her patients but their families as well. My sisters and I live on the mainland and our aging parent lives on the island. When she had an illness, Karen was immediately responsive, made room in her busy schedule and provided every service we asked for with professionalism and kindness. We could not ask for a better gift than to know that when our mom needs help and we can’t get there soon enough, that Karen is there to help us. We highly recommend her services.”
Liah Archer, Montana
”Karen Jeffery has been assisting my mother for three years. Mom is now 101, suffers from dementia, and has limited mobility. Karen has been amazing with her! With her calm and loving style yet firm personality, she is able to convince Mom to do just about anything. Mom tells me that next to my sister and I that she loves Karen the best. She even tells me that she wants to write a positive review to Karen’s ‘boss’ about what an outstanding caregiver she is. I always feel assured that when I leave Mom with Karen, she is in good hands and that Karen will take care of her with the same love and kindness as she would her own mother. Mom and I are very grateful to have Karen in our lives. She has made my life much less stressful!”
Ann Hall, Kihei Hawaii
“I needed serious help taking care of my husband at home, due to a combo of complications – Diabetes, Parkinson’s, and Lewy Body Dementia. We were blessed to find Karen Jeffery! Our connection enabled both myself and my husband to embrace the level of care that was soooo needed. Karen brought great ideas, exercise and meal solutions, conversation, and much joy towards my husband’s wellness. Perhaps best of all, Karen brought my Richard so much one on one, face to face, communication and humor. There may not be any other more caring, akamai, and professional caregiver that could compete with Karen’s level…coupled with keeping a continual smile on my husband’s face. And mine.”
Gwen and Richard Botti, Waikoloa, Hawaii