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When is it time to ask for assistance?

It may be hard to accept but most of us will require some type of care assistance after the age of 65. As independent individuals, we are used to doing everything ourselves, and as we get older, things start to get a little bit more complicated. It’s important to know when you need help.

Most individuals ignore the signs of aging, and then one day, aging will just sneak up on us. You can seem fine today, but as mental and physical health decline, parents or senior loved ones will need the assistance. Most parents are in denial and don’t think that they need assistance because most people can’t fathom the thought of losing their independence.

Here are some signs that you need assistance:

  • Changes in mood
  • Cluttered / Dirty homes
  • Confusion / Uncertainty
  • Poor personal hygiene
  • Forgetfulness

When happiness and health are being compromised, it’s time to have a conversation about the changes and start improving the quality of life while remaining independent.


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Attendant Care

Attendant Care Services provide assistance to members with daily living activities, planning, shopping, storing, and cooking nutritional meals. This also includes spending quality time, enjoying walks in the park, preparing for the holidays or activities of your choice.

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Respite & Senior Checks

We provide respite services to relieve caregivers or family members temporarily, while providing a safe living environment for the member. We also offer senior check-ins. You or your family member may not need daily assistance but when family lives a long distance away or in another state, we are here to check in on them to make sure they are alright and giving you that peace of mind.

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Post-Surgical Assistance

After surgery, a stay in the hospital can make a life a little bit more challenging, but that is where we come in to guide you back to excellence. An individual can be limited in their daily living activities. Whether you are recovering from major surgery, childbirth, or plastic surgery, our compassionate caregivers can assist you to a healthy and complete recovery.

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Physical Disability Support

Physical disabilities and age-related conditions are some of the few circumstances that prevent individuals from caring for themselves. Our caregivers provide tailored care and support to fit your needs.

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Care for Dementia & Alzheimer’s Members

Our experienced and highly trained caregivers provide the highest quality of care to both members and their families. When assisting members with Alzheimer’s or dementia, we know how important consistency is, that is why we strive to place permanent caregivers for the duration of the service agreement.

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Personal Care

You or your loved one can count on our personal care attendants to provide assistance in Activities of Daily Living (ADLs). From going in and out of bed, bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, walking, and eating, our PCAs will attend to the various needs of the patient.

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