Preserving Dignity


You grew up respecting the grandma who taught you manners, consideration and to honor your elders. She also spoiled you just a little bit with your favorite treats, helped you with school projects and always gave the best presents!

Now that she has had a stroke, though, she needs help with very personal tasks like dressing and bathing. We don’t need to tell you how awkward that can be for everyone involved. Fortunately, there are options.

Utmost Respect & Confidentiality

Having someone outside the family to help with dressing, bathing and incontinence issues allows the senior to maintain his or her sense of dignity, and to keep the details of health issues confidential while remaining sensitive to family relationships. Help maintain the parent-child relationship

Chances are, compassionate outside help would be most welcome. Please call us today. We can help you get the conversation started.

Personal Care Services Assistance

  • Eating

  • Grooming

  • Dressing

  • Bathing

  • Incontinence

  • Cognitive impairment/Dementia Monitoring

  • Mobility

  • Medication reminders