Cascade County Aging Services provides homemaker services to clients 60 and over that will do light cleaning, such as, vacuuming, bed making, laundry, bathroom cleaning, dusting. The service will also do grocery shopping for clients who are unable to go on their own and/or assist clients in the store that require help and cannot go alone. We do not bill for services, but ask for a $15/hour suggested donation from those who can pay to offset the costs of providing the program.
Eligibility Requirements for Homemaker:
60 years of age or older
Physical limitations or health conditions that require the need for additional help with chores and shopping
Limited family support system is a factor in considering eligibility
While income is not a factor, priority is given to seniors who have the greatest economic and social need, have low income, are a member of a low-income minority group, reside in a rural area, have limited English proficiency or are at risk of institutionalization
Respite services are provided short-term, one day a week for a block of up to 4 hours to allow the primary care giver for a person over 60 years of age to handle household tasks, such as grocery shopping, bill paying as well as their own appointments. It will also allow the caregiver time out of the home for their own socialization and gives them a much needed break. A suggested donation of $15/hour is requested to offset the cost of providing the services.
Eligible Requirements for Respite Services:
While caregiver does not need to be 60 years of age, they must be caring for a person who is 60 years of age or older and cannot be left alone due to illness, disability or other factors