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Help with the not-so-little things

As our parents get older, the little things they do every day — taking a shower, getting dressed, or making a cup of tea — can become "big" things. We know that letting someone help with personal care is difficult, but having someone to watch for a slip in the shower or to keep an eye on the teapot can give you tremendous peace of mind. Knowing those little things will be taken care of before your visit, makes it easier on both of you and lets you enjoy your time together that much more.

Here are a few general ways we can help, but really the "not-so-little" things can be whatever you need from us.


  • Sitter services at facilities

  • Dementia / Alzheimer's care

  • Respite care

  • Bathing / Grooming / Dressing

  • Meal preparation

  • Assistance with transferring

  • Support physical therapy regimen

  • Transportation services

  • Medication reminders


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