For families in Warren County, there’s no question: our senior loved ones deserve the best possible care for their wellbeing. In the many communities across the county like Lebanon, Morrow, Oregonia, and others, Golden Heart is proud to offer quality home care services that can truly make a difference in your loved one’s health. If you’re helping to meet a loved one’s needs, assistance is available to you today—call our friendly agency to learn more!
Seniors who live in more rural communities, like those in Warren Counties, have unique needs when it comes to supporting complete health. The AARP notes that isolation in seniors is a real health danger. Isolation starts with loneliness and occurs most often when seniors don’t have regular caregiving or regular opportunities to socialize. That’s why companionship care is at the heart of what we do.
Golden Heart home care gives your loved one someone to connect with every day, to share a story or a joke or a cup of coffee with, and to get help accomplishing daily tasks. Our top quality home care provides for physical, mental, emotional, and social needs.
A Golden Heart caregiver can help your loved one with:
For seniors, the need for daily care can increase over time as physical health changes. That means what your loved one needs in order to maintain their health and safety will change over time. Golden Heart offers adjustable, customized care plans, so you can always be sure your loved one has the help they need.
You might wonder how you’ll ever find a caregiver who will match your loved one’s needs. At Golden Heart, we’re proud to employ a team of top quality, experienced providers. We match caregivers with clients based on care needs and expertise, and also on personality, humor, and hobbies, so you can be sure you’ll find your loved one’s best match.
If you’re concerned about a loved one who lives alone in Warren County, Golden Heart offers quality care services for seniors and anyone else who needs a helping hand. Contact our local agency at (513) 273-7056 to connect with a care coordinator and learn more.