- You do not live near the person you are caring for, or you travel, or you have competing family or career responsibilities.
- You want expert advice about local options and resources
- The person you are caring for struggles with several aspects of life: attending doctor’s appointments, handling mail and bills, maintaining their home, etc.
Is it Time?
Signs that you should contact Care is There include:
- Your loved one has become forgetful
- Your loved one falls, has a medical crisis, or shows signs of declining health
- Your loved one loses their spouse or other support mechanism
- You become worried and anxious about your loved one’s well-being
- Your family life or career begin to suffer due to caregiving responsibilities
If Your Loved One Refuses Outside Assistance
Does your elderly parent protest that they “don’t need help?” We build a relationship with them based on respect for their choices and knowledge of their strengths. When they meet us in person they realize we are there to empower their independence and will usually agree to give us a try! Over time our clients integrate us into their lives and are grateful for our presence.
See the testimonials on our home page.
Contact Care is There for a free consultation. There is everything to gain and nothing to lose!