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A Clients Story!

Sydelle one of our clients

Sydelle was born in Brooklyn, New York, and moved to Dallas 59 years ago. She raised her three sons here, two still live in the area. She has four Grands. Sydelle is a numbers gal! She loves anything to do with numbers. Sydelle owned her own business for thirty years, working as an apartment locator. She loved helping people find their new home. Early 2020, Sydelle had a fall and fractured her spine. They performed surgery to repair it, but she is still recovering. She recuperated in her son’s home for several months but desired to be independent and have her own place. She recently moved into an independent living community. Homewatch has been providing care for her since March 2020, first in her son’s home, and now in her new apartment. Sydelle has Long Term Care Insurance. We file that for her so that she does not have to deal with any paperwork. Our caregiver helps Sydelle stay safe while walking, showering, and dressing. She prepares her breakfast and lunch. She cleans up the kitchen and does light housekeeping. She assures that Sydelle takes her medicine every day. Sydelle has her own car but is not driving right now. Our caregiver drives Sydelle to run errands and accompanies her to appointments. The caregiver is a wonderful companion to Sydelle.

  1. Why do like Homewatch?

Response: “They are reliable. I like that the same person comes every time.”

  1. How has Homewatch been helpful to you?

Response: “Kay is very caring. From the time she arrives in the morning, she can tell how I am doing that day. She is very attentive. I enjoy her personality.”

  1. What is your favorite memory with your caregiver?

Response: “Kay has a garden at her home. She brought me figs, and my daughter in law made fig bars. Kay is party of our family.”

  1. Is there anything else you would like to share?

Response: “When I was moving Kay was so helpful. She worked extra days and hours and helped me get settled in my new home. The independent living community is not allowing outside visitors, including family. So, my sons were not allowed to come into my apartment to help me. I could not have done it without her.”

We are thankful to provide the care that Sydelle needs. We look forward to helping her stay healthy and safe, living at home for many years to come.


A Clients Story!

Our client Ken

Ken is a true Texan, born and raised in Greenville. He worked as a salesman, until he had a series of strokes. Ten years ago, while living in an assisted living facility, a group of the residents took a day trip. While on the road they were hit by an eighteen-wheeler truck. This resulted in Ken being a quadriplegic. Ken also has diabetes and COPD. Homewatch has been providing 24/7 care for him since May 2016. Our caregivers assist in bathing, dressing, and grooming. They care for his toileting needs and change his linens. They feed him and make sure he gets to enjoy his favorite snacks. They engage with him to practice his speech therapies, play games on his computer, and change the TV channels to the shows Ken likes to watch.

  1. Why do like Homewatch?

Response: “The caregivers are funny, and I enjoy their company. ”

  1. How has Homewatch been helpful to you?

Response: “The caregivers adjust my positioning in bed and make sure my pillows are in the best most comfortable place. I am particular about my food and how I want to be fed. The caregivers do a great job of doing this the way I want.”

  1. We know you have used other caregiving companies in the past. Is there something that stands out when comparing Homewatch to other companies?

Response: “I like the Homewatch caregivers because they consistently show up on time and do things the way I like. They are very helpful.”

  1. What is your favorite memory with your caregiver?

Response: “On my 52nd birthday, my caregiver decorated my room, brought a cake and food and nice presents. She made it fun!”

We are thankful to provide the care that Ken needs. We look forward to helping him stay healthy and safe for many years to come.


A Client's Story ...

Robert and Elizabeth Robert has two Master’s degrees, one in engineering and one in analytics. In 2013 he and a friend went into business together making prototypes. He is now self-employed running two success businesses! Robert is a paraplegic due to a birth defect. Homewatch has been providing care for him since March 2016. Prior to that, Homewatch cared for his dad. Our caregivers assist Robert in getting up in the morning, dressed, and ready for his workday. Aside from working full time, Robert is currently trying to improve his overall health and fitness level.

1. Why do like Homewatch?

Response: “I have had the great fortune of having family who are able and want to help, but I don't have a large family, so over time as family has passed away, I found the need for caregivers to assist with my care. I got in touch with Homewatch based on the recommendation of a knowledgeable elder care consultant I found through networking. It has always been important to me to have flexibility in my caregiver schedule due to my work hours, and it was this flexibility that was the deciding factor in the consultant recommending I call Homewatch.”

2. How has Homewatch been helpful to you?

Response: “A side effect of my condition is that my legs swell as a result of sitting in my wheelchair all day. I have compression garments which I must wear to keep down the swelling, but they are hard to put on. The caregivers put them on for me.”

3. We know you have used other caregiving companies in the past. Is there something that stands out when comparing HW to other companies?

Response: “One thing that stands out to me is the availability of someone I can talk to on the phone if something comes up unexpectedly, even on holidays and weekends.”

4. What is your favorite memory with your caregiver?

Response: “I remember having a caregiver who is nearly the same age as I am, and we used to have conversations about things that we remembered about growing up and just different things that have happened in the world since then. Sometimes we would talk about serious things, but usually we would just laugh about different experiences we had. We didn't grow up anywhere close to each other, but we had a lot of common experiences to relate to and laugh about.”

5. Is there anything else you would like to share?

Response: “I was nervous at first having someone outside my family come to help take care of my needs, but for the most part have had caregivers with Homewatch who care about helping me in a way that makes sense for me. I enjoy having conversations with my caregivers and getting to know them. Building up trust with my caregivers is important because it brings me comfort knowing I have that part of my life taken care of.”

We are thankful to provide the care that Robert needs. We look forward to helping him stay healthy and safe living at home for many years to come.


Erns served faithfully in the U.S. Navy for over 30 years. We are grateful for his service. He and his wife, Marilyn, have been married for almost 60 years! They have always led an active lifestyle. Erns, Marilyn, and their children are huge tennis fans. They used to enjoy playing tennis themselves, but with their health limitations now enjoy watching it. Several years ago, Erns was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, and Homewatch Caregivers has been helping them since 2017. We currently provide care three hours in the morning and three hours in the evening. We assist with safe transfers and ambulation, showering and dressing assistance, meal preparation, light housekeeping, and transportation as requested. We recently interviewed Erns and his wife …

Q: Why do like Homewatch Caregivers?
A: “First and foremost they are caring, and very efficient, and responsive.”

Q: How has Homewatch Caregivers been helpful to you?
A: “I think you’re more than helpful. I just think you’re a lifesaver to me.”

Q: We know you have used other caregiving companies in the past. Is there
something that stands out when comparing HW to other companies?
A: “The quality of our caregiver.”

Q: What is your favorite memory with your caregiver?
A: “The night Marilyn strained her back and our son took her to the ER. When
we returned home, our son was able to care for Erns, but Marilyn needed
help readying for bed. Marilyn said, 'Call Cami!.' Cami came and helped
Marilyn get ready and into bed. Cami is like family to us!”

Q: Is there anything else you would like to share?
A: “Erns is suffering from Parkinson’s and dementia. Without Cami it would be
impossible for me to keep him at home.”

Homewatch Caregivers is honored to provide the care that Erns needs. He goes for walks outside and practices his speech therapy exercises with Cami. He enjoys a good game of Yahtzee or anything involving trivia! We look forward to helping Erns stay healthy and safe living at home for many years to come.


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Thank you to all caregivers during this pandemic!

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  • “Excellent Service!”

    - Marilyn

    From North Dallas, TX
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    - Louise T.

    From Dallas, TX
  • “Thank you all for your good wishes and I hold you all so close ...”

    - Babette

    From Dallas, TX
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    - Sherry K.

    From Dallas, TX
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    - Eric D.

  • “Excellent Service!”

    - Louise T.

    From Dallas, TX
  • “Thank you for the care you all gave dad”

    - Cindy T.

    From Dallas, TX
  • “What a breath of fresh air and professionalism now my mother is ...”

    - Robbie P.

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Our Experience Shows at Homewatch CareGivers

Being independent is something many of us take for granted. When you or a loved one requires care—whether due to age, degenerative disorders, chronic conditions, or temporary mobility issues—you want to be sure that you’re entrusting highly qualified, experienced professionals. When you choose Homewatch CareGivers, you can take heart that our extensively trained employees will treat you and your loved ones like family. We strive to preserve dignity while enriching quality of life and empowering independence, as much as possible. With more than 30 years in the business of giving care, we’ve learned a thing or two about meeting the unique needs of each family and easing the stress of an incapacitated loved one.

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