Care to Continue® treats every family’s situation differently, and we see ourselves as Family Care Coaches first and Care Providers second. Our home care assistance extends to the entire family and includes our support and coaching.
Wondering if you or a family member need to transition to Assisted Living?
Assisted Living vs. Home Care?
As we age, it’s normal to need more assistance with daily activities such as doing errands or housekeeping or even things like bathing or eating. In many cases, home care services can replace or postpone the need to transition to a facility. Give us a call to discuss whether staying at home is a good option for you.
Are you facing any of these challenges?
- Feeling overwhelmed
You want to keep your mother, father, or family member at home – but need to provide support beyond what you can do or are trained to do.
- Can’t always be there
You have a family member who needs a few things done around the house, and you just don’t have time to do them all.
- Memory loss and confusion
It’s not easy coping with a family member who is struggling with memory loss or early-stage Alzheimer’s.
- Loneliness and isolation
It can be hard for a senior to live alone, just like it can be hard for a family member to be the only one providing support.
- Recovery from illness or accident
Transitioning a family member back home from the hospital or rehab center after an injury or illness can be challenging.
Care to Continue® home care assistance can help you figure out a solution to these and other challenges.
We believe this about the family members we support in our mutual caregiving…
You need support, too.
You work together with Care to Continue® and other family members and providers to create a “community of care.”
With our help, you can get back to being a spouse, son, or daughter.
You’re not alone. We’re here for you.