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We thank you for sending Susan to us! It's hard to believe she's been part of our family for two years. She's cheerful, fun and very attentive with our mother; reads to her, listens to music with her, watches mom's DVDs as well as much more. We love her very much.
Written by: Carol, Joann & Norma (Daughters)
Some tasks become more difficult with age and in home care can help by running errands, doing light housekeeping, and other chores. Continue to live independently with support.
Chronic health conditions such as diabetes, heart or lung disease, arthritis, a compromised immune system, developmental disabilities, or the after-effects of stroke can benefit from in home care in Howard County.
Memory impairments can make living independently challenging for someone with a dementia diagnosis and their family. Trained caregivers can help with activities of daily living at home.
A degenerative disorder such as dementia, multiple sclerosis, ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease), or Parkinson’s can require additional assistance with daily activities at home.
Driving to and from a surgery, in home care after a cosmetic, eye, heart, or other surgery, can ease your worries and help with a full recuperation. Two to 24 hours of care available in Howard County.
There can be busy times when it’s not possible to stay at home with a sick relative or arrive in time to help an elder parent. In home care can provide back up care for children and other services for all ages.
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