Tucson, Arizona

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520-297-9349 - Office
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1870 W. Orange Grove Road

Tucson, AZ 85704


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Serving These Areas: Catalina AZ, Continental Ranch AZ, Dove Mountain AZ, Heritage Highlands AZ, La Cholla Hills AZ, Marana AZ, Oracle AZ, Oro Valley AZ, Rancho Vistoso AZ, Saddlebrooke AZ, South Tucson AZ, Sun City AZ, Vail AZ, Vistoso Village AZ

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Tucson Senior Care

Our caregivers are not limited by a set schedule, Tucson Homewatch CareGivers can cover shifts that range from two to 24 hours and easily adapt as your needs change. When Tucson Senior Care goes into a home to help someone, we want them to reconnect with family and friends so we focus not only on their physical health, but also on their social, emotional and intellectual well-being. One reason we do what we do is that Tucson Homewatch CareGivers enjoys the rewards of finding the right match for your loved one – it is immensely satisfying to us when we not only find you a good caregiver, but someone who becomes like a new member of your family. Tucson Homewatch CareGivers believes it’s important to be in a good partnership with home-healthcare providers – we create senior-care plans that are in sync with your doctors and therapists to make sure we work together as a team on the same mission.

Our senior-care specialists help your loved one stay independent by helping with personal-care issues, like grooming and bathing, to daily-living activities, like housekeeping, errands or transportation when they need to get to an appointment. A primary focus of our senior care through Tucson Homewatch CareGivers is always on safety – making sure you feel reassured knowing we are there to protect your loved one just like you do. We often find that our senior-care plans bring families together by relieving much of the stress and pressure created by being a family’s caregiver; the relief we provide lets the daughter be the daughter and the son be the son. When your loved one leaves the hospital or a rehab facility, Tucson Senior Care can help get them back on their feet and regain the daily quality of life they are used to and deserve.

Senior Care Resources

Guide to In-Home Senior Safety

Let us help you keep your love one safe at home.
Our Guide to In-Home Senior Safety has been created to help maximize your safety and independence, and provide you with peace of mind. These simple steps can greatly reduce the likelihood of unplanned hospital stays as well as enable a healthier and more independent lifestyle for seniors.


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Guide to Senior Health and Wellness

Make sure your loved one is not only living longer, but better.

Our Guide to Senior Health and Wellness had been created to help you understand the changing health and activity needs of your aging loved ones. This guide breaks down the four essential pieces of overall wellness: Nutrition, Exercise, Social Involvement and Mental Health to help promote independent and healthy lifestyles for seniors.

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Guide to Remote Care Technology

Remote Care Technology helps families stay connected and keeps loved ones safe while living independently.

The guide to remote care technology provides information on innovative technology that can help a loved one feel safe and independent at home, while providing peace of mind.

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Guide to Legal and Financial Planning Needs of Seniors

Keeping you prepared.

The Guide to Legal and Financial Planning was created to help you understand how to plan for your future, or the future of a loved one.

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Guide to Living with Dementia

Are you asking the right questions?

Recognizing the signs and symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and dementia is the first step to understanding and living with memory loss. As loved ones age, both physical and mental changes are bound to occur, leaving family members with many questions and concerns. It's important to differentiate normal aging processes from changes that may signal the onset of Alzheimer's disease or dementia, and to seek medical and professional help if necessary. The Guide to Living with Dementia can help. Download Your Copy


Lets Talk

Navigate difficult discussion about helping your loved one age comfortably with ease.

Let’s Talk is filled with tips to help you talk to your loved one about what they want as they age. From adult child to caring friend or guardian, no matter your role or identity, you will find information relevant to your situation.

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Flexible Home Care Services

We design our home care service plans to work around your schedule and meet your individual needs. Our caregivers are there to give you peace of mind when you cannot be there – either for a few hours at a time or for longer periods.

Senior Care Articles and Resources

The challenges of care giving for an aging or ill loved one are limitless. Often, family caregivers are taxed with not only demanding physical care — but also tending to emotional issues, and a shift in family paradigm. If you are a family caregiver, you’re not alone. Twenty-nine percent of the U.S. population are acting as caregivers for family members, and sixty-six percent of those are women caring for their aging parents, cites the National Family Caregivers Association. Read Full Story

As your loved one ages, making the process as safe and simple as possible may seem like a task too large to tackle all at once — but being prepared and having those difficult conversations with the entire family (before it’s too late) is critical to the well-being of all involved. Read Full Story