HomeChoice Senior Care® provides specially trained caregivers for families dealing with memory loss. Sometimes it takes a certain person to “click” with an Alzheimer’s patient. Because we have many caregivers on staff, we can find the perfect match to meet the unique needs of your loved one.
This expert assistance is available as ongoing care in your home or respite care to give family caregivers a much needed break.
If you’re not sure whether you need services in your home or at a care facility, we can help you consider your options. We partner with many care facilities in the area to make the transition to higher levels of care easier for families.
It really took the pressure off us as a family
My dad’s dementia was so severe that not only were my brothers and I worried about what may happen, but it was also starting to take a toll on us. We all have families and jobs and we were trying to burn the candle at both ends, taking turns staying with him overnight and on weekends. It got to the point we were all frustrated with each other.
I had no idea what I was going to do
When my mom was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s I had no idea what I was going to do. That diagnosis is scary and we didn’t know what to expect. HomeChoice was there to help. Not only did they answer the questions that I had, but also provided experienced and knowledgeable caregivers that could take care of and support my mom. She was able to stay home with my dad for another year before HomeChoice helped us find a facility setting that was good for her.
– Sally M. (daughter)
I just wanted to be there for him
I was unsure of what to do for help when my husband’s Alzheimer’s got so bad I could no longer leave him alone. We had always planned to be together until the end, and even though I don’t think he remembers, it meant a lot to me personally to keep that promise to him. I love him and I just wanted to have him with me and be there for him.
Joan was diagnosed with early Alzheimer’s
We’ve worked with HomeChoice for several years now. They help care for my wife, Joan, who was diagnosed with early Alzheimer’s four years ago. When we first started working with Steve and his staff, we only needed help a couple hours a day a few days a week. As Joan’s disease progressed, they became an integral part of our family and she couldn’t have stayed here at home without their help.