To our Clients, Families and Caregivers. We would like to reassure you that the safety and well-being of our clients and caregivers are our top priority. We continue to care for our clients and enroll new clients in need of our assistance.
Monday, January 24 3:30pm Book Chat, The Writer’s Center, Amy Freeman author and Artistic Director. RSVP to [email protected] for the Zoom Link.
Who We Are
Steve & Cathy Lorberbaum
At Assisting Hands, our mission is to offer our clients the very finest personalized non-medical care, allowing them to live safely and comfortably in their own homes. Sometimes life’s natural events-aging, illness, or disability-can make living independently at home more difficult.
What We Do
We provide peace of mind and reduce the stress on family caregivers by being there when you can’t be. Assisting Hands provides an array of home care services to fit your needs and schedule including light housekeeping, grocery shopping, meal preparation, companion services, senior home care and help with errands and doctor’s appointments. We are available for a few hours a day to 24 hours a day 7 days a week. You set the schedule you need.
Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or Dementia can be extremely challenging. We use a team approach, coordinating with doctors, nurses, social workers, therapists and family members.
Providing care for a family member who has a disability can be exhausting. Each day you balance your own needs with those of a disabled person to provide the best care possible. We can help.
When post-surgery makes walking, standing or driving difficult, you can rely on us. Our compassionate caregivers provide exceptional home care services to support anyone of any age.
Assisting Hands Home Care’s companions help relieve family stress and also provide your loved one with the companionship and human interaction necessary for both physical and mental health.
Our caregivers are trained to adapt to the changing needs of the client who has Parkinson’s Disease. Our main goal is to improve the quality of life for both the patient and the family.
Providing care is both physically and mentally demanding. Respite care provides care for a loved one while enabling family caregivers to have the downtime they so desperately need.
Our caregivers are trained to offer support, companionship and personal care to a loved one as their condition declines. Our goal is to bring them dignity, comfort, and quality of life.
While aging can lead to reduced physical abilities, that can make maintaining a home difficult and even unsafe, Assisting Hands Home Care can facilitate your desire to remain at home.
Our Difference Is Our Caregivers
Our caregivers are employees of Assisting Hands. They can build careers with us. And we are picky about who we choose to hire. We know that if we take the time and effort to provide the right match between caregiver and client, everyone is happier, there is less stress and family members have peace of mind.
Thriving At Home
Preventing hospital stays is a critical element of independent living. Hospital stays can be physically and mentally exhausting. Along with the author, Dave Tasto, Steve Lorberbaum shares useful information for family caregivers on how to keep home as safe as possible in the book “Thriving at Home – A handbook for Preventing Hospital Stays.”
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We remember the good care our dad had from the staff at Assisting Hands, and are thankful for the time we had with him.Former client’s daughter
Your staff were dependable, trustworthy, and kind hearted…I am an only child and was able to sleep and not worry… Thank you so much for everything you have done!