Many families with a loved one who can no longer live on their own due to problems with mobility, memory, age related illnesses or other factors, may need help from a professional home care assistance provider. While most people would prefer to provide assistance to their loved one themselves, they are not always able to. Taking care of the home care assistance needs of a senior can be a full time job, and with busy lives, careers and other responsibilities most people simply don’t have the time or training. Additionally, taking care of a loved one full time can be an emotionally challenging experience for many people, who would rather enjoy the time they spend with their loved one. If you have a loved one that you have concerns about, we can help.
At Golden Heart serving Kings Mills, OH you can find a compassionate caregiver to provide the services your loved one needs to safely live on their own. We offer help 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so your loved one can always get the services they need when they need them in the home they know and love.
Each of our caregivers is highly trained to provide amenities and services that can help your loved one live a fuller, happier life. Each of our services is tailored to improve their quality of life, either by improving the environment they live in by providing services that make day to day activities easier, or by providing opportunities for the senior to get the social, mental, and physical activity they need to stay happy and healthy.
A care provider can also help by doing tasks for seniors that they can no longer do safely on their own. With the right support, they are then able to lead independent and healthy lives where they have more control.
Here are just some of the home care assistance duties that we can provide:
For more information about our home care assistance services in Kings Mills and surrounding communities, please contact us today. We can be reached by going to our Contact Us page, or by calling (937) 528-1962 to speak with a senior care coordinator today.