Considering In-Home Senior Care For Yourself?
Independence means so much to seniors. With it comes the ability to live life on their terms, to stay socially connected, and to remain in the comfort of their own homes. When seniors equate asking for help to losing independence, asking for help – for senior care – isn’t easy.
We understand. Seniors Helping Seniors® Lexington in-home care services provide the help seniors need to gain independence – not lose it. We can offer as much, or as little, care as needed. And we can offer whatever kind of care you need, whether that’s help with the yard, the checkbook, or the shopping.
If it’s still difficult to ask for help, we invite you to think of our care as one friend lending a hand to another. After all, many of our Lexington, Kentucky area caregivers and recipients have become friends – and that’s no accident.
We take the time to meet in your home, and to get to know you, before matching you with one of our caregivers. We take the time to get to know our caregivers through a careful screening and interview process. This allows us to carefully pair Lexington, Kentucky seniors with compatible personalities.
Thanks to these extra steps, we can ensure that our senior clients receive home care from someone who relates to them, someone whom they can trust; this helps to ensure that we not only provide excellent care, but a wonderful source of conversation and companionship.
Is It Time for Home Care?
Wondering if You Could Benefit From In-Home Assistance? Ask Yourself These Questions:
- Has it become more challenging to get to the store, the doctor, or other appointments?
- Do you have difficulty keeping up with the daily chores around your home? House cleaning? Cooking? Changing linens?
- Do you have a lack of energy, low motivation, and/or physical challenges?
- Are you having difficulty completing outside activities such as gardening or mowing?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, assistance from a friendly companion could simplify your days and be a true bright spot in your life.
What Our Senior Caregivers Have in Common
Our senior caregivers come from all walks of life, but they all have something in common: Each one knows that helping others adds meaning and fulfillment to their own lives. Each one understands the value of friendship and companionship – particularly when we get older. So, whether they’re cooking a meal or cleaning your home, our seniors aren’t providing a home care service – they’re helping to brighten lives.