You Need a Little Help
In-home care is a great way to get the help you need. You may be a senior who needs assistance with daily living activities, so trust our caregivers to help with meal preparation or personal care or companionship—whatever you need or want.
Or you may be caring for your aging parent and just need someone to be with them while you run errands. Home care services are versatile, flexible and customized for your comfort, peace of mind and well-being.
You Live Far Away
Or you may be hours away from your aging parent and unable to visit as often as you’d like. Many adult children are in the same situation and we are able to help immensely and provide peace of mind for them and a better quality of life for their aging parents.
Caregivers aren’t just there to watch your loved one; they are there to provide attentive, compassionate assistance. Each of our caregivers is trained to look for the things that would make their clients most comfortable, as well as predict their needs prior to being asked for help.
Here are the most common reasons people reach out to us to explore home care options. What resonates with your situation?
I don’t want to bother my children or grandchildren
My kids are so busy and live across time. They have their own lives. And I don’t want to be a burden.
Give me a break
I'm a family caregiver who needs respite care once in a while.
My aging parents need a little extra help
My parents are showing signs of aging and need some help with everyday living a few days a week.
My mom needs live-in help
Mom is alone and we live out of town. We need someone to be with her 24/7 so we know she’s eating, bathing and taking medicine properly. We want to be sure she doesn’t fall, and if she does, someone will be there to help, fast.
Broken bones from a fall
My dad broke his hip and needs in-home care for meals, bathing, dressing and getting around.
Although my mom is in assisted living, she needs around the clock care for a few weeks since she fell and broke her hip.
My mom has Alzheimer's and needs 24/7 non-medical care.
My dad has dementia and needs daily help at home for meals, med dosing, light housekeeping, etc., just in the late afternoons until bedtime.
Companionship: My mom is lonely
My elderly dad passed away a few months ago and my mom is extremely lonely. She needs a few days of companion care each week for conversation, playing cards, etc.,to boost morale. Something she can look forward to.
Dignity or is it strong-willed?
My very proud, 87 year old mother refuses to leave her home for an assisted living community. She did agree to have a caregiver come over daily to help her with everyday living---maybe five hours a day.
Feeling guilty for not able to visit often as you'd like
I live hours from my elderly parents and am worried about them. I need someone to look in on them, assess their lifestyle and help me with a care plan---then I might sleep at night.
I have a chronic illness and require some in-home care and errand running.
Errands and transportation
My aunt needs transportation, help and supervision while at dialysis.
My son is disabled and needs help with his day-to-day.
My adult daughter is autistic, lives by herself and needs daily help with living.
After hospital/surgery home care
My wife just had surgery and the doctor said she'd heal faster with surgical aftercare at home.
The baby blues
I just had a baby and need some help a few days a week while I adjust.
No one prepared us for postpartum depression after the birth of our son. My wife needs some help at home to help cope better.
We’re on vacation and need a caregiver
We’re taking my elderly mother on vacation with us and will need a caregiver for her while we go sightseeing.
Check out the 50 ways we can help you here.