Homemaker and Limited In-Home Respite Care
Homemaking includes light house cleaning, dishes, grocery shopping, errands, making beds, and meal prepping.
Personal Care provides stand-by assistance, supervision, or cues for activities of daily living (e.g., eating, bathing, toileting, dressing, walking, transferring to or from the bed to chair).
In-Home Respite Care provides planned short-term and time-limited breaks for families and other unpaid caregivers. This can include companionship or personal care tasks for the care recipient while the caregiver leaves the home as well as assisting the caregiver with homemaking tasks.
East End: Froid, Culbertson & Bainville
West End: Wolf Point & Poplar
Julie Bach, Program Coordinator
Roosevelt County Aging Services
124 Custer St
Wolf Point MT 59201