Services We Provide

Personal Care

  • General Care and Supervision
  • Help with Activities of Daily Living (bathing, dressing, eating)
  • General Care and Supervision
  • Medical Reminders
  • Companionship

Meal Preparation

  • Meal & Menu Planning
  • Preparing & Serving

House Keeping

  • Bed Linen Changes
  • Wash & Dry Dishes
  • Dust & Tidy Rooms
  • Vacuuming
  • Laundry


  • Doctor Visits
  • Shopping

We will maintain communication with you and take ongoing instruction from you on how to best assist your differently abled family member live as independent as possible.

Care for the Differently Abled

Our home care givers can serve children, adolescents, and adults with behavior health issues including:

  • Intellectual Disabilities
  • Autistic Spectrum Disorders
  • Cerebral Palsy and other physical disabilities
  • Traumatic Brain injury
  • Attention Deficit Disorder
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Muscular Dystrophy
  • Alzheimer’s
  • Other Chronic Medical Conditions
  • Alzheimer’s

About Our Caregivers

Our HomeCare Givers are highly qualified, trained and extensively screened (MVR, health, drug test, civil & criminal background)

Certified Personal Care Workers or equivalent

2 Years minimum experience in one-on-one care

Driver’s license and car available

Large Pool of Primary and Relief Staff

Liability insured and Fidelity Bonded

Available seven days a week and can range from a few hours daily to 24 hours and live-in care.

Warranty of Compatibility

Colorado CareAssist will match the appropriate caregiver and continue to monitor the success of services. If you don’t feel the care giver is right for you, for any reason at any time, we’ll replace them until you are satisified.

The mission of Colorado CareAssist is to help allow your parents or loved ones expressed wishes to be realized. Sometimes, however, our loved one doesn’t realize they need extra help.

Indications Caregiving is Needed

Any one of the following indicates your parents needs help:

  • Increased falls or risk of falls
  • Not eating or drinking fluids regularly
  • Becoming isolated and/or paranoid of others
  • Uncertainty and confusion when performing familiar tasks
  • Decline in grooming habits and personal care, perhaps and unpleasant body odor
  • Dirty house, clutter, laundry piling up, food that doesn’t get thrown away
  • Unexplained bruising
  • Extreme mood swing
  • Wandering from home
  • Unsafe behaviors (Leaving stove on, leaving exterior doors open, etc.)
  • Missing appointments
  • Unopened mail, late payment notices, bounced checks or calls from bill collectors
  • Loss of interest in hobbies and activities
  • Colorado Care Assist Can Help in Independent Living and Assisted Living Communities

    When your loved one lives in a Retirement or Assisted Living Community and needs extra attention, Colorado CareAssist has experience working with these Senior Communities and can be there so your loved one can age in place. Colorado CareAssist can help your loved one maintain their quality of life while enjoying the place where they have chosen to live.

    How To Get Started

    We want to help your loved one feel safe, secure, and happy where they want to be with the care at home they need. When you call, Colorado CareAssist will:

    • We will learn your needs and desires
    • Help you decide if care at home or assisted living is a better option
    • We will involve family members and coordinate care with other professionals to understand needs
    • We match the loved one’s needs to caregivers
    • Warranty of Compatibility – If you want a different choice in caregivers, we will make it happen