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Home Helping Hands care provides non-medical senior care, adult care, and other personal or private services that help people remain safe, independent, and engaged in leading enriched lives. We are dedicated to offer quality services that include everything from companionship to assistance with activities of daily living.The activities of daily living-a person’s everyday routine activities-are often undertaken without assistance. Some basic activities of daily living include eating, bathing, dressing, using the restroom, walking, and continence. However, many seniors and even parents or children of all ages are restricted in their ability to perform these tasks. We assist people in completing these tasks for whoever may need a little extra help or in some instances, support for 24 hours and 7 days a week.We are at hand to provide family and individuals with a wide range of assistance when they lack caregivers or have caregivers whose hands are full. Our team of professional caregivers can provide great relief to overworked family caregivers who need a break.

COMPATIBILITY between the personalities of both the client and caregiver is very important to us. We ensure that our caregivers are carefully matched with each client and we strive to treat each client as we would treat our own parents. In addition, we also ensure that our affordable, non-medical caregiver services provide the comfort of companionship while maintaining our clients’ independence and privacy.

We offer affordable care with conducting a thorough in-home assessment and creating a personalized care plan for each client. We are always here to work with our clients and their family members to brighten up their lives with kindness, excellence, and professionalism.

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Is walking a good exercise for seniors?

Is walking a good exercise for seniors?

I am a physical therapist, who has treated many different kinds of patients. All of my patients were interested in being fit, many wanting to learn how to walk again after encountering their medical conditions. For instance, wanting to learn how to walk after a stroke. Walking is an exercise that gently and effectively forces […]

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