Do you want some help?
We communicate with people who are experiencing memory loss, and their families, by learning how to live in the moment.
What’s important in caring for a person who is experiencing memory and cognitive loss is to create a loving, caring environment that assures safety and enhances a person’s sense of dignity and self-esteem.
Get help with daily tasks
The Alzheimer's Association advises people with early stages of Alzheimer’s to get help with daily tasks (such as shopping, cooking, bill paying, yardwork, driving and housekeeping) to give themselves more time to stay active with hobbies and to eliminate a sense of being overwhelmed. The loving, caring, compassionate helpers of Seniors Helping Seniors services are especially qualified to help individuals make the simple adjustments of daily living while enhancing their sense of accomplishment and achievement.
24 hours a day/7 days a week
We know help isn’t always needed just 9 to 5. That’s why we have companions who are available to help 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. All with a loving and open heart to care for you or someone you love.