Elderly parents need in-home help


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When it's time to consider
caring for an aging parent

One of the hardest things you'll face
as a son or daughter is realizing
your aging parent needs help with daily living.

Mom's not going to a nursing home

Yep. We've all considered what it would be like to put Mom in a nursing home but decided it was the last resort. What can you do instead of a skilled nursing facility? Most people begin with in-home care where a friendly and compassionate caregiver visits your parent on a regular schedule. It could be a half-day where your caregiver prepares meals, helps your parent get cleaned up and dressed, ensures their medicine is properly dosed and tidies up their home. There may even be time for a game of cards!

Routines are healthy for seniors

Having a routine for your parent(s) is key. When they can depend upon a schedule, their mental acuity remains alert and their disposition is positive and even cheerful.

Stop worrying about your parents

And then there's you. You may be in the same city or state, or maybe you are a thousand miles away. No matter where you live, near or far, you always worry about your parents' well being. And what does that do to your productivity at work? Are you having to take time off to attend to a parent? How much time is spent worrying about them? How often do you visit them? Call them? 

Top two benefits of home care?

The benefit that towers above all others is the peace of mind that you feel from knowing you've finally initiated care for the person who may have spent a lifetime caring for you.  And some argue that they are more excited at the cost savings of home care versus an assisted living facility, rehab or nursing home. Most of our clients indicate they feel so much better from the peace of mind we offer, but they’re equally as happy about saving a lot of money by using in-home care. Learn the benefits of seniors remaining in their own homes here. 

Caring for your mom or dad, your kids, and your household?

If you are a "sandwiched caregiver," typically middle-aged and caring for ailing parents while trying to work full-time and raise your own children, this article from the National Institute of Health on how to take care of YOU while caring for others may be very welcome right about now.

According to the US Census Bureau, about 1 in 4 employed U.S. adults provide informal eldercare for a parent, in-law or other family members over age 65.

Is it time to take a step toward helping your aging parents?

When it's time for you to take steps toward caring for your aging or elderly parents, consider getting a free in-home assessment from us to evaluate the level of home care we would recommend to provide the best care for your parent and to provide you with peace of mind and the ability to manage your own family without added stress.

Here are three terrific resources we recommend downloading to learn how to manage and care for your aging parents while taking care of yourself.

  How to Talk to Your Parents         Guide to Eldercare       Warning Signs They Need Help


We provide the care your parent needs in the place they love— home

They've earned it.

We help you or your loved one in their own home by providing services that help aging seniors who need help to live independently. It’s the key to your loved one living the highest quality of life possible. It allows for safety, security and independence.

You might be thinking it would be a good idea to have some help for a few hours, every other day. Or your needs and expectations could require more hours and days.

Whatever you’re thinking, tell us. After the in-home assessment, we will recommend a plan that meets your needs and helps you, and your parents, enjoy life more.

Call us at (972) 215-7319
for a free home assessment.


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