Here at Assisting Hands®, we believe that the best care is delivered in the most comfortable place — in the home. There’s something to be said for being able to continue to live your life as you did before, just with a little help from a professional home caregiver. From children to seniors, anyone with a disability who is in need of a little help, Assisting Hands Home Care is here to help those in Lexington and the surrounding area.
When it comes to senior care in Lexington, we know a thing or two. With a significant portion of our clients being seniors, you can be confident that you or your loved one will be well treated, with specific plans catered to their needs. Assisting Hands offers long-term care for those who don’t need constant care, but just need a little help. If you need groceries picked up each week, some errands run, or lighthouse cleaning, long-term care may be right for you.
For those who need a bit more, Assisting Hands offers 24-hour care for those who need constant care in order to continue living an abundant life. With continued care, day and night, you can be confident that you or your loved one will be safe and watched over by professionals who care.
At Assisting Hands we strive to provide hospice care in Lexington, MA tailored to preserving the comfort and dignity of those with a limited life expectancy. Our caregivers are trained to provide personalized care and attention to our clients so that they get the peace of mind they need to live out their remaining days in familiar surroundings. With hospice care, your loved ones can spend their last moments at home surrounded by cherished loved ones.
If companionship is needed, Assisting Hands can provide quality caregivers who enjoy spending time with others. Everyone needs companionship. Our qualified caregivers provide light cleaning services, shopping, running errands, and of course, companionship. Your caregiver can assist you or your loved one with recreational activities or hobbies, or just provide good company for a game of cards or a nice chat!
Our caregivers are trained specifically to provide in-home care. They have successfully passed extensive background checks and are insured, bonded, and trained in CPR.
Assisting Hands will help you select the best match from our pre-screened group of available assistants, and can generally have qualified help placed in your home within 48 hours or less from the initial call.
If memory is an issue, the caregivers at Assisting Hands have been specially trained to handle Alzheimer’s and Dementia.
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, our staff can help maintain a comfortable lifestyle. By helping with forgetfulness, recalling names, and simple confusion, our caretakers will help you or your loved one overcome these challenges.
Dementia, like Alzheimer’s, can be difficult to deal with. Similar to Alzheimer’s, difficulty recalling names and general confusion is common, but dementia also can cause anxiety, depression, hallucinations, selfishness, and the disregarding of manners. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with dementia, our qualified team at Assisting Hands can help.
Most veterans are not aware of the eldercare benefits available through veterans’ health care. One particular VA program is called Veterans Pension or more commonly known as “Veterans Aid and Attendance Benefit”. Veterans Aid and Attendance Benefits can provide up to $2,200 per month for veterans and their spouses and can be used to pay for personal care services. Find out how you can qualify for Aid and Attendance Benefits.
Caring for a loved one with Parkinson’s can be an extremely challenging experience for families. As Parkinson’s progresses, the physical and mental demands can be overwhelming. Let Assisting Hands Home Care help you! At Assisting Hands Home Care we believe in using a team approach that includes coordination with doctors, neurologists, nurses, social workers, therapists, family members, and others involved in our client’s healthcare needs. Our Caregivers and Certified Nurse Assistants are trained to adapt to the changing needs because no two people experience Parkinson’s Disease in the same way. As a result, there’s no one approach to caregiving. Our main goal is to improve the quality of life for both the patient and the family.
Need a Hand? Get Started With Our Home Care Services in Lexington, MA Today!
If you or a loved one needs some help aging in place, recovering from a hospital stay, or just needs some help, contact us to see how we can help! Our professional, compassionate home care services can help seniors in Lexington stay independent and safe!
Also, don’t forget to check out our resources below.
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Town Website: https://www.lexingtonma.gov/
Facebook Town Website: https://www.facebook.com/townoflexington/
Twitter Town Website: https://twitter.com/lexingtonma?lang=en
Council on Aging: https://www.lexingtonma.gov/council-aging
Chamber for Commerce:
Important Local Numbers
Council on Aging: (781) 861-0194