What aging with dignity means to us...

"Aging with dignity is about honoring individual autonomy and ensuring that each person has the agency to make choices aligned with their preferences and values. Whether it’s where they live, the care they receive, or the activities they engage in, autonomy matters. Aging with dignity emphasizes quality of life rather than mere longevity. It’s about meaningful experiences, relationships, and moments that matter. Our goal is to provide personalized care that respects each individual’s wishes. We listen, understand, and tailor our services to meet their unique needs. "

Our caregivers are...

"The unsung heroes of the care continuum. They embody compassion, accountability, and unwavering dedication. Our Care Pros are some of the most compassionate individuals you’ll ever meet. They approach their work with empathy, kindness, and genuine concern for others. They take their responsibilities seriously. Whether it’s assisting someone during rehab, providing respite care for family caregivers, or being a comforting presence in someone’s final hours, our Care Pros are steadfast and reliable. Every day, they make a difference in people’s lives. Our Care Professionals exemplify professionalism. They combine expertise with heart, ensuring that each interaction is respectful, dignified, and person-centered. "

The care we offer is unique because...

"Every Care Pro undergoes our comprehensive 5-hour Person-Centered Care course, developed in collaboration with the Alzheimer’s Association. This training ensures that our Care Pros approach each client with empathy, understanding their unique needs, preferences, and aspirations. Our Care Pros are not alone. They’re backed by a dedicated team of eight full-time employees, including an RN (Registered Nurse). Regular check-ins and updates ensure that our clients receive the personalized care they deserve. This collaborative approach allows us to provide holistic care, addressing both physical and emotional well-being. "

Important to remember when caring for someone...

"The most important thing to remember when caring for someone is that they need support, both physically and emotionally. Your attention should be focused on what they need, whether it’s comfort, companionship, or practical assistance."

What person-centered care means to us...

"At Home Instead, our approach centers around the individual. We ask: What are their goals? How can we support them in achieving those goals? Our philosophy is simple: relationships come first, and tasks follow. To truly care for someone, we must know them—their preferences, fears, and aspirations. Our Care Professionals undergo specialized training to build trust and meaningful connections with our clients. By understanding their unique needs and desires, we empower them to make informed choices about how they want to age. It’s about more than just providing care; it’s about fostering independence and enhancing quality of life."

What would you want to know for family member care ...

"Our Care Professionals: Trained, Certified, and Caring They undergo rigorous checks, including federal criminal background screenings, drug tests, and motor vehicle record assessments. Our Care Pros complete a certified onboarding process. This equips them with the skills needed to provide top-quality care. When matching clients with Care Professionals, we conduct introductions. Starting on the right foot fosters positive relationships and effective care. "

Home Instead Senior Care - Rapid City

Rapid City, SD
(605) 716-9300
Home Instead Senior Care - Rapid City

What aging with dignity means to us...

"Aging with dignity is about honoring individual autonomy and ensuring that each person has the agency to make choices aligned with their preferences and values. Whether it’s where they live, the care they receive, or the activities they engage in, autonomy matters. Aging with dignity emphasizes quality of life rather than mere longevity. It’s about meaningful experiences, relationships, and moments that matter. Our goal is to provide personalized care that respects each individual’s wishes. We listen, understand, and tailor our services to meet their unique needs. "

Our caregivers are...

"The unsung heroes of the care continuum. They embody compassion, accountability, and unwavering dedication. Our Care Pros are some of the most compassionate individuals you’ll ever meet. They approach their work with empathy, kindness, and genuine concern for others. They take their responsibilities seriously. Whether it’s assisting someone during rehab, providing respite care for family caregivers, or being a comforting presence in someone’s final hours, our Care Pros are steadfast and reliable. Every day, they make a difference in people’s lives. Our Care Professionals exemplify professionalism. They combine expertise with heart, ensuring that each interaction is respectful, dignified, and person-centered. "

The care we offer is unique because...

"Every Care Pro undergoes our comprehensive 5-hour Person-Centered Care course, developed in collaboration with the Alzheimer’s Association. This training ensures that our Care Pros approach each client with empathy, understanding their unique needs, preferences, and aspirations. Our Care Pros are not alone. They’re backed by a dedicated team of eight full-time employees, including an RN (Registered Nurse). Regular check-ins and updates ensure that our clients receive the personalized care they deserve. This collaborative approach allows us to provide holistic care, addressing both physical and emotional well-being. "

Important to remember when caring for someone...

"The most important thing to remember when caring for someone is that they need support, both physically and emotionally. Your attention should be focused on what they need, whether it’s comfort, companionship, or practical assistance."

What person-centered care means to us...

"At Home Instead, our approach centers around the individual. We ask: What are their goals? How can we support them in achieving those goals? Our philosophy is simple: relationships come first, and tasks follow. To truly care for someone, we must know them—their preferences, fears, and aspirations. Our Care Professionals undergo specialized training to build trust and meaningful connections with our clients. By understanding their unique needs and desires, we empower them to make informed choices about how they want to age. It’s about more than just providing care; it’s about fostering independence and enhancing quality of life."

What would you want to know for family member care ...

"Our Care Professionals: Trained, Certified, and Caring They undergo rigorous checks, including federal criminal background screenings, drug tests, and motor vehicle record assessments. Our Care Pros complete a certified onboarding process. This equips them with the skills needed to provide top-quality care. When matching clients with Care Professionals, we conduct introductions. Starting on the right foot fosters positive relationships and effective care. "

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About

Experience and Expertise: With over 56 years of combined experience, our team understands the nuances of caring for people in their homes. Core Values: C.A.R.E. Compassion, Accountability, Responsiveness, and Empathy are at the heart of everything we do. Person-Centric Approach: We hire compassionate individuals, provide top-notch training and ongoing support, and prioritize finding the perfect match between Care Pros and clients. Personal Connection: To us, it’s not just a job—it’s personal. Every interaction matters.

Services

Respite
Medical Aid
Medication Management
Wound Management
Round the Clock Care
Errands
Hospice/Palliative/End of Life Support
Bathing
Dressing and Grooming
House Cleaning
Laundry
Eating Support
Meal Prep
Mobility Support
Transportation
Transition to Bed
Restroom Care

Specialties
& Additional Therapies

Alzheimer's Disease
Cognitive Impairment
Parkinson's Disease
Respiratory Care
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