In-Home Care Services for Seniors
Quality and compassionate senior home care made affordable.
Our in-home caregivers provide home help for seniors.
Providing The Best
Home Health Care,
Elderly Care &
BECAUSE WE CARE.
Caring for seniors and our elders requires long-term care planning and considering at-home health care options. Too often, many family members become at-home caregivers overnight without being ready for it. A loved one falls, or an illness results in the need for ongoing caregiving. Quickly, family caregivers realize they need help and begin searching for other solutions for senior in-home care.
Senior at-home care options like adult day centers, retirement facilities, and nursing homes may not always be the right fit. In-home care enables seniors to live independently in their homes as long as possible. Seniors Serving Seniors provides valuable ongoing, in-home care support. This care can be 24/7 or as little as 12 hours a week with 4 hours per shift. We also offer care plans for our Adult Daycare center in Sherwood, Arkansas.
You know your parent or elderly loved one better than anyone, so when you decide to let us help provide senior care for them, we listen to what you have to say. Our goal is the same as yours: to help them enjoy the best quality of life and enjoy independence for as long as possible. We take the time to talk to your loved ones so they feel comfortable with us and our caregiving role in their lives. We keep you informed and involved to offer peace of mind that they are being cared for in the loving way you would care for them yourself.
Here are some of the ways our in home care and at home health care can help...
You might be wondering "What Are the Advantages of In-Home Care versus Senior Care in a Nursing Home Facility?"
In two words: freedom and dignity. According to AARP, 92 percent of people over 65 want to stay in their homes as long as possible. Why? Because they enjoy their independence and feeling like a complete person. Physically, in-home care can be better because it allows seniors to remain active longer. They can maintain their schedules and a certain level of mobility. Emotionally and socially, it can be better because some seniors put in nursing homes develop depression that can negatively impact their health and quality of life.
In some cases, families hire our caregivers in the Little Rock, Jacksonville, and Central Arkansas area to come to a nursing home, assisted living facility, or retirement community to provide added companion care and assistance with tasks that may not be meet in these institutions. This includes things such as running errands, going to doctor’s appointments, or taking a trip to a favorite restaurant. At home care is the answer to many challenges.