Comprehensive Senior Care Services                                                                              

Are you are looking for the right caregiving agency for your loved ones personal care and in-home care service needs? Look no further. Paradise Home Care with over 18 years of caregiving experience is here to service your loved ones needs. Some of our Senior & Elder Residents in Clark County & surrounding communities in Sothern Nevada who continue to live in the comfort of their own home made the right choice and have been very satisfied with our services for the last 18 years.  Our trained administrative office staff understand the Community we live in very well and only matches our Seniors with an appropriate and experienced caregivers.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          We have established Brand Name & Proven System for Personal Care & In-Home Care Solutions for Our Seniors  We work together as a coordinated team, communicating frequently with your case manager. We meet regularly for individualized case conferences, where the only topic for discussion is your care and your individualized service plan

Whether your needs are getting help with household tasks like laundry and light housekeeping , or if you are requiring assistance with personal hygiene, a service plan can be designed to meet your specific needs and schedule.

During one on one meeting with you or your loved one, we explain fully the services available, answer any additional questions, and help with the important care decisions faced by the family with a loved one in need.

Make your life a little easier, with a personalized care plan recommended by your social worker or case manager to ensure appropriate care is given within the comfort of your loved ones home. Most importantly, our goal is to provide with safety and security in the comfort of your own home.

Each of the services listed below is provided by caregivers who are highly trained, and experienced in home care and personal care service. Our caregivers are chosen for their dedication to people…and to the extra touch that is Paradise Home Care.

Personal Care Services (PCS) :- The Personal Care Services (PCS) program provides assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs) to support and maintain individuals living independently in their homes. ADLs include: bathing/dressing/grooming, toileting, transferring and positioning, mobility and ambulation, and eating. IADLs include: light housekeeping, laundry, essential shopping, and meal preparation. Each individual’s need for PCS is assessed by a physical or occupational therapist. Requires prior authorization.

WIN Attendant Care Services:- Home and Community-Based Waiver for Persons with Physical Disabilities 
Homemaker Program:- The Homemaker Program provides in-home assistance to low-income frail and elderly persons or persons with a disability. Aging and Disability Services Division provides this program to assist individuals in achieving or maintaining self-sufficiency in their own home.
Respite Care: Respite care provides short-term relief for primary caregivers. It can be arranged for just an afternoon or for several days or weeks. Care can be provided at home, in a healthcare facility, or at an adult day center.
Chore: Services needed to maintain the home in a clean, sanitary and safe environment. This service includes heavy household chores such as washing floors, windows and walls, tacking down loose rugs and tiles, moving heavy items of furniture in order to provide safe access and egress.
Self- Directed ISO-Skilled by Unskilled :- Self-directed skilled services are skilled services provided to an individual by an unlicensed personal care assistant. NRS 629.091 provides the authority for Nevada to offer the service delivery option of self-directed skilled services, where a provider of healthcare can authorize an unlicensed personal care assistant to provide certain specific medical, nursing or home health care services, subject to a number of conditions. Requires a doctor’s order and prior authorization.

Companion Care:- Companion care is a type of in-home care service that provides essential assistance to the elderly and disabled adults. The program covers a broad range of caregiving services to enable our seniors to live safely in the comfort of their own homes. 

Personal Service Assistance (PAS):-  The Personal Assistance Services (PAS) Program provides community-based, in home services to enable adult persons with severe physical disabilities to remain in their own homes and avoid placement in a long-term care facility. The provision of home and community-based services is  based upon the identified needs of the recipient and available funding.  ADSD assists recipients with accessing other available services, as needed.


Our trained caregivers provide those wide array of in-home care senior & elder care services listed above to include:         

  • Hygiene Assistance – Bathing & Grooming

  • Light housekeeping tasks
  • Meal Preparation

  • Grocery shopping

  • Quality Companionship

  • Escort and/or accompanying client to doctor when necessary (or requested)

  • Doctor Appointment Coordination

  • Medication Reminders

  • Fall Prevention / Ambulation Assistance

  • Respite care for family caregivers

  • Socialization support for the client

  • Activities, such as going on walks, participation encouragement 

    Some of administrative staff and the services they provide

                    Admissions Coordinator                                                  (Intake Coordinator)

who reviews your needs with you and consults with your case manager, as well as family members, to determine what services you need.

  • They speak frequently with your case manager, providing him/her with current information about your condition.

  • They take care of the paperwork for you, making sure that you get all the services you need.

  • They take the time to see that all your questions are answered and potential problems are resolved immediately.

  • They work closely with you and your case managers, service coordinators, family members and responsible persons to assure all of your personal needs are met.

                  Supervisors & Care Coordinators                                            (Service Coordinators)

who make an assessment visit to identify your particular medical, emotional, social and home care needs.

The Supervisors & Care Coordinators (Service Coordinators) create, with input from your case manager or responsible person, an individualized care plan which outlines all of the services you will need. They serve as team leaders, coordinating the different services that come into your home and making sure that a record or schedule is maintained.

They contact your case manager, physician, family member or responsible person immediately, if your condition changes, to adjust your patient care plan as needed.

                                                                                                                                           Just call us at (702) 320-5222 – to find out for yourself