Yes. Our caregivers help seniors and the disabled with a variety of health concerns. For example:

  1. When recovering from illness or when newly released from the hospital or a rehabilitation center, a caregiver can provide assistance while the client regains strength.
  2. When a senior is cognitively impaired, our caregiver can help the senior focus on the present and stay safe whether they are still living at home or in an assisted living facility.
  3. A senior or disabled person may be depressed or isolated from other people because of reduced mobility. A caregiver can be the person who brings outside contact back into the senior’s life.
  4. A senior who is at risk of falling, whether it is at home or in an assisted living facility, can use our caregiver’s help to prevent serious injury.