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We understand that anyone who needs disability assistance wishes to live a life no different than anyone else. Living with a mental or developmental disability can be manageable and simple. Whether you are living or assisting a loved one with an acute or chronic condition, there are several support options available for disability care. Know that it is not uncommon nor is it a sign of giving up if you need to ask for supportive non-medical care.
Disability assistance can come in the form of in-home care supportive services to maintain a balanced and safe lifestyle. The professional caregivers that we refer blend in as a friend, neighbor, or family member would while providing the non-medical companion, personal care, and housekeeping support to adults with disabilities that enable a broader range of activities, mobility, and independence.
If you have been recently diagnosed or are living with a disability we can refer a caregiver who can help. A disability caregiver can support adults with Multiple Scleroris, Muscular Dystrophy, Stroke Victims, Ataxia, Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, Traumatic Brain Injury, and many other neurological, physical, and cognitive conditions.
To safeguard the happiness and well-being of each client, our proprietary screening process refers only the most professional, experienced, and proven caregivers.Learn More
To safeguard the happiness and well-being of each client, our proprietary screening process refers only the most professional, experienced, and proven caregivers.
Thank you so much for referring Cindy and Connie to us. Dad enjoyed both caregivers and they made the last year of his life a joy. Wishing you continued success and joy in your business.
We thank you for your excellent service and would be glad to recommend your services as well as recommend the services of the caregivers you referred any time.