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Our highly qualified and trained caregivers are ready to help you and your loved ones with a variety of daily activities such as: Caring companionship, Meal planning & preparation, Incidental transportation, Running errands, Light housekeeping, Monitoring of safety while bathing, Assistance with bill paying, and Emergency monitoring. Our personalized services are available seven days a week and can range from a few hours daily to 24 hours and live-in-care. We are fully licensed and insured. Contact us today!

5 Things You May Not Know About Parkinson’s Disease


Many patients diagnosed with Parkinson’s are elderly, which is certainly concerning if you have aging in place relatives or friends. April is National Parkinson’s Awareness Month, which makes it the perfect time for you to learn more about the disease. Here are 5 Parkinson’s facts that you may not be aware of.

5 Things You May Not Know About Parkinson’s Disease2020-04-20T09:01:12-04:00

Why is “Social Distancing” So Important for Seniors?


Under ordinary circumstances, elderly individuals who live independently are encouraged to stay socially active because it provides them with many health benefits. However, Americans of all ages are currently at risk for being exposed to coronavirus, or “COVID-19”. For that reason, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have released preventative guidelines, including the practice of “social distancing”.

Why is “Social Distancing” So Important for Seniors?2020-04-06T09:00:26-04:00

Why Proper Medicine Storage is Essential


Your elderly father lives alone, and the last few times you’ve been over to his house there were medicine bottles strewn all over the bathroom vanity. Not only is it unsafe, you’re pretty sure that some of dad’s meds have special storage requirements. But whenever you’ve tried to talk to him about implementing a better medicine storage system, dad just mumbles under his breath and walks away. What should you do?

Why Proper Medicine Storage is Essential2020-03-16T09:00:31-04:00

5 Tips to Combat Depression in Seniors


Depression is quite common in seniors and if allowed to persist the physical and emotional toll upon their lives can be devastating. On the positive side, because depression isn’t a normal part of the aging process itself it is a very treatable condition.

5 Tips to Combat Depression in Seniors2020-03-02T08:00:43-05:00

The Importance of Keeping Seniors Socially Active


If you’re currently looking after an aging in place loved one, knowing how to keep seniors socially active may not be one of your caregiving priorities. But countless studies have shown that it’s vitally important to do so to ensure that your loved one enjoys a better quality of life.

The Importance of Keeping Seniors Socially Active2020-02-17T08:01:09-05:00

How to Provide Long Distance Caregiving


Your elderly mother still lives about two hours away in the home you grew up in. Ever since dad passed away two years ago, mom has been able to continue aging in place on her own. But lately her health has taken a turn for the worse. Mom’s always made it clear to you and your siblings that she wants to remain independent for as long as possible. You want to honor mom’s wishes, but how can you assist her when you live so far away?

How to Provide Long Distance Caregiving2020-02-03T08:00:36-05:00

5 Tips to Create a Caregiving To-Do List and Stick to It


Many people use to-do lists when planning a vacation, home improvement project or for managing their personal finances. If you’re one of the millions of Americans who take care of an aging in place loved one, a to-do list is also important so that you can more efficiently balance those informal caregiving duties with a household, job and kids.

5 Tips to Create a Caregiving To-Do List and Stick to It2020-01-20T08:00:46-05:00