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Salt Lake City Serving Salt Lake and Tooele Counties

Homewatch CareGivers of Utah

Homewatch CareGivers has been a premier provider of home care for people of all ages for over 30 years. With our Advanced Continuum of Care, we are able to help our clients stay comfortable and safe...no matter where they live. We provide in-home care from a few hours per day to 24 hour live-in assistance. We provide assisted living in the best environment possible, your own home. We provide assistance to all ages and in all conditions, including seniors wanting to stay in their homes, sick children, or adults convalescing from an injury or surgery. Our Alzheimer's program, Pathways to Memory, is changing lives and providing hope.

Choosing a home care agency is no easy task, and every aspect of that agency should be considered, from their staff to types of care they provide. Homewatch CareGivers prides itself on our ability to understand your home health care needs and seek to provide the best home care available. With a multitude of home care agencies available, picking the perfect one should be a collaborative process with an expert in agency that understands all aspects of home care. With Homewatch CareGivers, you can rest assured we have your in home care needs in mind with every one of our consultations.


22 June 2009

Just a note to thank your company for all their efforts in helping us keep our parents in their home for a short time longer. We feel this was a difficult case and appreciate all you did for us especially William, Lei and Soko.

Again thank you.



May 10, 2009

Homewatch CareGivers,

Thank you for providing excellent service for my husband, Stephen, during his health crisis and death. You are a very responsive company. . . .

I wish to especially commend caregivers Aaron P. and Steven O. for they truly lived up to the title of care giver. Aaron has such a big heart and treated my husband with such respect, conversing with him as if he were comprehending every word. Steven is the ultimate professional, bringing no personal baggage to work with him. He was responsible for getting my husband outdoors on several occasions. His mere presence gave us peaceful, relaxed weekends. I shall always be grateful to both of them for giving care not only to my husband, but to myself as well. During this difficult time, it has still been a pleasure to be a client.

On March 23, 2009, we started a Pathways to Memory program at an assisted living center in conjunction with the Alzheimer’s Association of Utah. On April 16, 2009 we had a meeting with some of the family members to discuss how things are going. Here are some of the comments we received:

"Barbara has been more calm and cooperative at 3:00 socials; her social interaction has improved. Barbara came to get her nails done for the 1st time ever."

"My mother is now cooperative in bathing. My mother is more cooperative over all. My mother is usually very uncooperative when I take her to the doctor. She was much better today. Anxiety has gone down.  Seems more content."

"Beverly is more independent using the restroom. She has been more calm and a lot less timid. She isn’t so afraid to use the bathroom with verbal cues. She is remembering other residents’ names and interacting more with them. She has been joking with them and very engaged both one on one and in a group."

"He is a lot more talkative and more alert. He is happier. He did 'Karaoke' and got everyone up and going.  Not so anxious."

"Floyd has really blossomed. He is more involved in activities where before he isolated himself in his room. Floyd and I had a 30 minute conversation which was completely coherent. I believe Floyd is more engaged and involved all the time. When I invite Floyd to activities, he is happy to join us."

"Jack has been seeking more interaction, he comes out of his room ready to talk and participate in activities."

"Cognitive abilities, especially one on one, are much better. Can answer and respond to questions and situations while understanding and being focused."

"Ruth has been less agitated at dinner time – before she would refuse all menu items. Ruth has been calmer and more cooperative."

"Viola is more talkative and responsive – usually she is quiet. She is now able to refuse items on the menu that she does not want, which she did not do before. Viola has overall been more vocal about her needs. Viola has been more assertive in telling care managers she wants to attend activities – even if her husband disagrees."

"Wayne has been very compassionate and reaching out to other residents in the community. He seems more happy and less anxious."

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