At Home Care Assistance of Philadelphia, we understand the challenges families face when they’re struggling to find reliable, high-quality home care for their elderly family members. That’s where we come in. First and foremost, we want you to have peace of mind about your loved one’s health and safety, which is why we train all our caregivers to follow the best practices for infectious diseases defined by the CDC. In addition, our two exclusive revolutionary programs, the Balanced Care Method and the Cognitive Therapeutics Method, form the foundation of our holistic approach to attending to seniors’ various needs—physical, emotional, and mental.
With help from the experienced, compassionate professionals at Home Care Assistance, seniors can enjoy enhanced quality of life by receiving exceptional care in the safety and comfort of their own homes. Every senior has his or her unique challenges, so we customize our care plans to meet each client’s individual needs. Whether your elderly loved one requires around-the-clock support or simply needs a bit of help with everyday tasks for a few hours a week, our dependable home caregivers and Care Managers are here for you whenever you need us, 24/7. To find out how we can optimize the home care experience for you and your senior loved one, call us today at (215) 645-4663.
Live-In or 24 Hour Care offers seniors the opportunity to age in place, in a familiar home environment surrounded by their cherished memories. Around-the-clock care is a great alternative to assisted living facilities or retirement homes.
Home Care Assistance proudly trains our caregivers in the Cognitive Therapeutics Method™ so that clients can receive one-to-one cognitive stimulation as well as support with basic care and activities of daily living– at no additional cost.
Hourly home care is not only used to enhance the lives of our senior clients, but the lives of their families as well. Hourly care can provide family caregivers with time to attend to their own needs and personal obligations.
There are many options to consider when looking for solutions in caring for your aging loved ones, including live-in facilities. We can help you determine the best possible care for your loved one with whatever budget you are working with.
– The Balanced Care Method includes healthy meal prep, exercise, and regular social and mental stimulation to boost overall health and promote a high quality of life. Learn More
– The Cognitive Therapeutics Method is designed to slow cognitive decline, boost memory and language skills, and enhance problem-solving skills in older adults. Learn More
For many families in Philadelphia, senior care is focused specifically on boosting their loved one’s cognitive health. In addition to being provided with ongoing education in modern elderly care practices, all of our caregivers are trained in our proprietary Cognitive Therapeutics Method (CTM). At Home Care Assistance, we designed CTM to ensure seniors could maintain their brain health in an enjoyable way. Our memory care professionals provide fun and stimulating games for your loved one to engage in, which promotes mental acuity. CTM is available to any of our clients at no additional charge.
At Home Care Assistance, we’re committed to providing only the highest level of at-home senior care. Philadelphia families will be pleased to know we never require long-term commitments and all of our elderly care services come backed with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Because a senior’s care needs can change at any time, we offer flexible care plans that can be changed whenever it’s necessary. Our friendly Care Managers are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to address your concerns, schedule last-minute backup care in the event of an emergency, provide emotional support, and answer questions. Making sure you have peace of mind is one of the most important goals at Home Care Assistance. Reach out to us today at (215) 645-4663 or (484) 643-4663 to schedule a free in-home obligation consultation and help your loved one enjoy the golden years.
“the caring and concern for my well being has been extraordinary. not only has shital visited me at my new jersey residence to assess my progress from my fall almost a year ago she continued to make certain i received the kind of care i was accustomed to now that i reside in pennsylvania. thank you once again for your concerns and efforts towards my progress and well being.”
“At the end of June my 87-year-old mom broke her hip. At the time she was living independently at Brightview Senior Living. After having surgery to repair her hip she went into a month of rehab at which time we needed to make arrangement for her to return to her apartment. During that month I was in touch with Shital who assured me Home Care Assistant would be able to help me with her return. During that month Shital called me each week to keep up with her progress. When on Monday they told me she would be released on Thursday I called Shital who is able to put 24 hour aides in place for her return. Initially the staff needed to help her with showering, getting dressed, getting her meals and getting out of bed. As she continued with therapy they assisted her with her daily exercises and allowed her to do things for herself as she got stronger. After a month she was able to move to hourly care which Shital again arranged for me. I would like to thank everyone for their services. They got my mom through a really tough time. I appreciate their support, professionalism and attentiveness to every detail. Thank you”
“Home Care Assistance has increased the quality of life for me and my mother. Everyone has been knowledgeable about providing specialty care.”
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