Personalized

IN-HOME CARE

for Seniors

We help you and your loved one
stay home safely as long as possible

Safety & Supervision at Home

Flexible Plans of Care

Choose the Perfect Caregiver

Know your loved one is
safe, supported and loved at home

Overwhelmed caring for a loved one? We make it easier for you.

Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care

Assistance at Doctor Appointments

Laundry & Light Housekeeping

Short-Term & As Needed Care

CAREGIVING CAN BE OVERWHELMING

we make it easy!

Whether you need someone to check on them once a week, transportation to a doctor’s appointment,
24/7 long term care or anything in between
we are here for you.
Enjoy peace of mind while your loved one has the care they need at home.
  • Run Errands
  • Explore New Hobbies
  • Visit With Friends
  • Take A Break

Here are some of the services we offer:

Toileting & Transferring

Meal Preparation

Medication Reminders

Shopping & Transportation

Homemakers & Companions

Showers & Dressing

Light Housekeeping

Hospital to Home

Top 4 Reasons

YOU NEED IN-HOME CARE

Reduce Isolation & Loneliness

Social isolation can be a serious mortality risk

Isolation can have as large of an effect as risks like smoking, obesity, sedentary lifestyle and high blood pressure (Cacioppo et al. 2011).

29% increased risk of mortality over time from social isolation and 26% increase in mortality risk from loneliness (Holt-Lunstad and colleagues 2015).

Improve Socialization

Socialization causes reduction in cognitive decline and reduced risk of developing dementia

70% reduction in cognitive decline by those who are frequently socially active (James, Wilson, Barnes & Bennet, 2011).

40% reduced risk of developing dementia if socially engaged (Wang, Karp, Winblad & Fratiglioni, 2002).

Avoid Caregiver Burnout

Emotional stress from caregiving can increase mortality rates

60% increase in mortality rate in caregivers experiencing significant emotional stress from caregiving (Fredman L et al., 2010).

Increase Nutrition Intake

Eating with people increases food intake which decreases risk of malnutirtion

50% more food intake when people eat among company in a social setting versus those who are isolated (Washington DC, National Academy Press, 2005).

83% of those over the age of 65 are at risk for malnutrition (Hamirudin AH, et al, 2016).

Here’s how to
get started:
 

GIVE US A CALL

We’re happy to help over the phone or we can schedule a complimentary in-home consultation.

DEVELOP A CARE PLAN

Next, we’ll develop a specific care plan just for you that meets your needs and fits your budget.

FIND THE PERFECT MATCH

Our goal is to find the perfect caregiver match to meet you and your loved ones needs.

the happiest place

YOUR LOVED ONE CAN
SPEND THEIR DAYS

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