Why Our Clients Choose Us
Assisting Hands® Home Care exemplifies compassion, dependability, and dignity to all of our clients. Our company was founded on the principles of caring for others in a way that we would also want to be cared for which is made evident through our nationwide team of trained professionals who feel called to give care.
Providing non-medical in-home healthcare in the privacy of a client’s home, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week is why you can confidently rely on Assisting Hands® Home Care even if you require overnight care.
Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s can be an extremely challenging experience for families. We believe in using a team approach that includes coordination with doctors, nurses, social workers, therapists, and family members.
Our comprehensive transitional care program helps ensure that you will remain safely and comfortably in your home when transitioning from a hospital or rehab facility.
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.
In-home care is most often the best choice of care for a dementia patient. Many families prefer to keep their loved one at home so they can remain in familiar surroundings with less disruption to their routines, resulting in less confusion.
Our caregivers are trained to adapt to the changing needs of the client and understand that no two people experience Parkinson’s Disease in the same way. Our main goal is to improve the quality of life for both the patient and the family.
As a U.S. Veteran, you may qualify for in-home care services. We are an approved provider for the V.A. Ask your social worker if you may qualify for a home care benefit.
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.
If you have a family member who has survived a stroke, then you know they need consistent care to make a recovery. We will form a customized stroke recovery plan to suit the specific needs of your loved one.
Postpartum maternal health care is often a neglected aspect of women’s health care. Postpartum depression is a common condition that many new birth parents experience. You never have to feel alone or down with our experienced caregivers by your side.
Respite care can give primary caregivers such as a family member the chance to rest, catch up on sleep, and find peace of mind as they temporarily take a break from the hard work of caregiving. Our caregivers can step in and allow you to get some much deserved relief and relaxation.
Sometimes, the hospital setting can contribute to feelings of isolation, anxiety, fear, and loneliness. Home care offers an atmosphere of comfort and security, and allows patients to stay connected with family and friends.
Assisting Hands® has teamed up with SafeGuardian to develop the Assisting Hands Help Alert™ call button to ensure the safety of our clients even when our caregivers are not in the home.
“My father has Alzheimer’s and I found it difficult leaving him home alone during the night. I contacted Assisting Hands® Home Care and ever since, life has been a relief for me and a relief for my father. Now I go ahead and handle my endeavors in my life and know my father is well taken care of. It’s amazing how much of an understanding my father and his caregiver have. I am so pleased with the level of service Assisting Hands® Home Care has provided me.” – Robert B.
“I don’t know how I would have made it through the first two weeks after my hip surgery without the help of the caregivers from Assisting Hands®. They gave me the peace of mind knowing I’d have someone coming by everyday to help with post-surgery exercises and appointments. As an added bonus, they did my laundry and helped with other things around the house. If I find myself in a similar situation again, I would certainly turn to Assisting Hands® for help.” – Stacy M.