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Elder Care

Aging in Place with Homewatch CareGivers

It’s becoming more and more common for people to want to stay in their homes as they age, which is also known as “aging in place.” Thankfully, with in-home elder care, that’s a viable option for many. With elder care, your loved one can stay in the comfort of their own familiar home while still receiving assistance, ensuring their safety, health, and happiness.

As your loved ones age, it can be difficult for them to accomplish certain everyday tasks like grocery shopping or navigating around their home. Because every client’s needs and lifestyle are different, our in-home caregiving team will build a care plan specifically based on your loved one’s condition and circumstances. We focus on assistance with personal care, errands, transportation, meal prep, and companionship.

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With Homewatch CareGivers®, you’ll have access to trained and committed home-care aides for periodic, around-the-clock, short-term, or long-term care. By working together in organized shifts, we’re able to ensure a client’s safety and happiness even 24 hours a day.

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  • “They provided two of the most caring, attentive and genuinely ...”

    - James L.

  • “Can be open and honest with M. Stinson.”

    - Evelyn W.

  • “The staff at Homewatch Caregivers is excellent.”

    - Gloria G.

Specialty Senior Care Services

Senior isolation affects millions of people ages 65 and older. Not only does living alone make elderly people more likely to suffer from depression, they are also more likely to have a higher risk of dementia and mortality. That’s why we’ll create a customized care plan for each client; not only can we provide a number of hands-on care services, we also bring companionship to each of our clients. We believe in building strong, trusted relationships for the best results.

We can also provide assistance to those with special needs, including clients suffering from limited mobility, dementia, cancer, heart disease, and a number of other conditions. If your loved one is in need of caregiving services, we encourage you to reach out for a complimentary evaluation, so we can customize an appropriate plan of care.

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