The home healthcare system may seem difficult to navigate because of the different levels of care that are represented. In order to determine the care that a loved one needs to “age in place,” it is important to understand the meanings of the different levels that are frequently used. (ADL) is used to describe the activities of daily living.Care for those who need help with bathing, toileting, walking, and eating. (CC) Is companion care which includes, transportation, laundry, meal prep and much more yet no hands on care. (CNA) is certified nurse assistant. It includes all of companion caregiver duties plus personal hygiene, incontinence care, skin care, transfers, plus more. Our experienced caregivers can provide the hands-on help that your loved one needs to live independently, including help with ADLs. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a free initial informational appointment, please call our office.