Welcome to NewDay Senior Care

Our companions help to stimulate our clientele's physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being.

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We assist elders in maintaining a higher quality of life and providing respite and peace of mind.

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Our companions help to stimulate our clientele's physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. All of our companions have been trained, bonded, and are guaranteed to provide the best companion to your elderly loved one.

Independence is really important at all ages. It is especially important for Seniors who may feel as if they have lost at some point their freedom such as driving, traveling by themselves, or hanging out with family and friends. Elders can enjoy their daily activities safely, confidently, and happily; with the help of a skilled in-home caregiver. Newday Senior Care is a leader in non-medical home care that also offers a break and opportunity to rejuvenate family carers.

NewDay Senior Care allows elders to preserve as much independence as possible, while family members can rest assured that their loved one is receiving personalized, dependable care. All of this comes at a lower cost than care facilities or a visiting nurse.

NewDay Senior Care is a Homemaker & Companion Services provider licensed by Florida Agency for Health Care Administration.

Newday Senior Care General Duties:

  • Assistance with meals.

  • Light cleaning.

  • Laundry.

  • Changing bed sheets and towels.

  • Getting clients mail and newspapers.

  • Driving clients to run errands, get to an appointment, or meet with others.

  • Shopping for items such as food and toiletries.

  • Picking up clients medications from the pharmacy.

  • Reading medication labels for clients and reminding them to take their medications.

  • Being a friendly, engaged companion.

Clients and their family members may not ask caregivers to perform tasks that are outside their qualifications, few things are not permitted, such as giving medical service of any kind.

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What are the restrictions for Newday Senior Care?

  • Give medications of any kind.

  • Mix medications for clients or fill their daily med minder box.

  • Give advice about medications.

  • Perform a medical assessment.

  • Provide medical care.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you have a question that is not listed below, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to answer you.

According to research, around 70% of those approaching 65 are likely to utilize some sort of long-term care during their lives yet less than 30% of adults have had a talk about long-term care planning. Talking about health and longevity with your elderly loved ones might be a tough discussion to have, but it is crucial.

While everyone's health and lifestyle changes as they age, their skills deteriorate at various rates. Monitor your loved one's home surroundings and ask yourself the following questions to determine if they require assistance at home:

Does my elderly loved one have mood swings? Are there any noticeable changes in their behavior, speech, or thinking, such as perplexity, halting speech, frequent rage, or restlessness?

Does my elderly loved one appear to be having difficulty completing routine domestic duties, such as cleaning, doing laundry, or caring for the lawn and garden?

Is my loved one losing weight or becoming malnourished as a result of the increased difficulty in preparing meals or going food shopping?

Is my loved one becoming more socially isolated or withdrawn? Do they appear to be lonely?

All of these are indications that it may be time to begin looking into home care options for your aging loved one. Home care is an excellent alternative for elderly people who would benefit from regular companionship and aid with daily routines.

It is critical to understand the difference between non-medical and medical care, as this allows families to truly understand and use their health insurance benefits, as well as obtain financial aid to care for a loved one. Companionship and supervision are examples of non-medical care.

Home care is handy because it allows older persons to live their lives according to their preferences rather than having to adhere to a rigid institutional diet or routine. As a result, non-medical home care has been found to promote a healthier, more independent lifestyle, as well as increase longevity. Home care can also assist elders to maintain social connections with friends and family, which can help minimize depression and anxiety, enhance general health, and actually improve the elderly's quality of life.

Many states have laws requiring non-medical caretakers to obtain background checks.


What our Clients say

New Day Senior Care was excellent. We'd used them for a year. They were incredibly nice and compassionate. They took excellent care of my father. They assisted in getting him ready and kept him company for the day 3 times a week. My dad felt at ease with them. You can put your trust in them. They are caring and loving.

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I just started using this agency to care for my mother. They are fantastic. They sent us a great caregiver that my mom really likes. She is always available to answer any concerns and offer suggestions, etc. Very pleased and would recommend it.

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It made a big impact because they were trustworthy, accountable, and sensitive to the needs of my mom and dad. They were always on time. They were the most phenomenal company. They were so responsive, and they were so good at matching caregivers with the needs of my mom and dad. The caregivers were always excellent. It was more than I could have ever dreamt of.

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