What is a PCA?

A personal care aide is a trained caregiver that provides non-medical assistance to patients right in the comfort of their own home. They provide a wide range of services, assisting the patient with many of their day-to-day activities around the home and in the community.

Who are A King’s Touch PCAs?

Our Personal Care Aides (PCA) work to assist our patients with their daily tasks, including basic hygiene, house upkeep, cooking and eating, running errands, and many of their day-to-day activities. As your care provider, we make sure to provide you with the best caregiver to fit your personal preferences. All scheduling is done on our end, so you are always taken care of.

What services do PCAs provide?

PCAs provide many of the necessary services to help our patients continue living a full and meaningful life. PCAs work with physically disabled, mentally challenged, and elderly patients as their personal care assistant as well as their social companion. They will help them get in and out of bed, assist with getting dressed, bathing, grooming, meal preparation, as well as run light errands, go shopping, bring in the mail, and much more. Below is a list of much of the responsibilities our caregivers assist our patients with.

Personal Assistance

  • Personal hygiene
  • Bathing
  • Dressing
  • Feeding
  • Toileting
  • Shopping
  • Laundry
  • Exercise
  • Escort to appointments
  • Run errands as needed
  • Accompany to medical appointments

Home Chores

  • Washing dishes
  • Cleaning the house
  • Emptying the trash
  • Grocery shopping
  • Taking care of any pets
  • Watering the plants
  • Preparing food


  • Converse with the patient
  • Read to the patient
  • Help the patient with their hobbies
  • Monitor diet and exercise
  • Remind to take medication
  • Help with communication to others
  • Play games
  • Organizing incoming and outgoing mail
  • Assist in exercises

We understand that losing some of the life’s basic functionalities can be challenging. We also understand that asking or accepting help can be difficult in itself. We, therefore, ensure that all our PCAs are trained to provide the highest level of care while remaining sensitive to the needs and feelings of our patients. We ensure that our caregivers are providing the best possible care, by running frequent evaluations on all our staff.


How do I get started?

To assess what kind of service you or your loved one is qualified to receive, we advise you fill out the short referral form below and one of our dedicated specialists will call you to assess the patient’s need. We would then send a nurse down to make a thorough assessment of the patient’s personal and medical needs. Once we know what the best possible care is, we will guide you through the best method of payment according to the patient’s financial situation and healthcare provider.