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Home care from trained professionals

Who is J.A.L Healthcare & Transportation?

Health care quality and patient safety are deeply connected. Both are central to J.A.L Healthcare’s & Transportation mission and efforts to improve the health of all Americans. Health care quality is a broad term that encompasses many aspects of patient care. Quality health care is care that is safe, effective, patient-centered, timely, efficient, and equitable.

Wellness Care

We start by seeking out Health Care practitioners that are focused and trained in Wellness Care and Prevention. We build our team to help guide us and support our healthy goals. We work with a WELLNESS team…NOT a  SICK team to create the conditions that are just right for good health.

Respite Care

What do you need? Three hours off, twice a week? Twenty-four hours away from the house? A regular caregiver’s day (or night) out with your spouse or friends? A combination of the above?

         What does your loved one need? Companionship? Meals? Light housekeeping? Personal care? Help transitioning to a wheelchair? Daily walks? Therapy? An aide with special skills? List every job, large and small.

Health Reminders

Self-care is important to your productivity and mental health, but it’s an easy thing to overlook. J.A.L. Healthcare will provide you daily reminders to take care of yourself.


As your loved one gets older, you may find that they no longer adhere to the personal hygiene routines they stuck to for years, if not decades. You know how much better you feel after bathing and donning a fresh set of clothes, but many resistant seniors are fixated on the process itself rather than the end result, turning these once-simple tasks into an ongoing battle.  No worries, J.A.L. Healthcare will take care of this for them as well.

Physical Assistance

This can include companionship and also assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs). Activities of daily living are routine activities that people do every day without needing assistance. The basic ADLs include eating, bathing, dressing, toileting, transferring (walking) and continence. An individual's ability to perform these ADLs is an important part of understanding the type of services that are needed.

Non-Medical Care

Non-medical care is best defined as care or assistance provided by individuals without formal medical training. ... Providing non-medical care generally means assisting elderly or disabled persons in performing their activities of daily living, such as eating, maintaining personal hygiene, and basic mobility.

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