Care Providers


One-on-One Care: Personal Pairings

There is peace of mind in knowing that you have someone you can depend upon by your side. Feeling comfortable with those whom surround you is paramount for well-being. Throughout life, you have established and built friendships likely based, to some degree, on compatibility. Whether they were selected personally or through a trusted source, the […]

One-on-One Care: Individual Care for Individual Needs

In the event that circumstances render personal care necessary, considerations must be made based on each individual situation. This is due to the fact that the level of personal care required varies from person to person. When it comes to needing daily living support, every case is unique and should be treated as such. Having […]

One-on-One Care: Consistency

In life, there is much that lies in the unknown. Not every twist and turn, positive or otherwise, that happens along the path is always expected. Of course, there are some life events that can be planned and planned for, but many events tend to come about before we see them coming. Our routines, however, […]

One-on-One Care: Always First in Line

When you’ve spent most of your life seeing to your own needs and completing your own everyday routines, you’re used to having those needs met and routines completed on your own time. Whether its waking up in the morning and feeling ready to get out of bed, taking a relaxing shower, preparing meals when hungry, […]

One-on-One Care: Familiar Surroundings

Going from independent living to needing daily personal care services can be quite an adjustment. For some, one goal may be to limit as much change that must occur as possible during this time. While requiring everyday support may very well necessitate making accommodations to daily life, some things can remain the same. During a […]

One-on-One Care: Limiting Exposure

One-on-one care continues to grow as a popular option for those needing everyday living services. Individuals receiving care at home from a personal caregiver benefit in a multitude of ways and, as risk for serious complications from the novel strain COVID-19 is highest for older adults and those with chronic diseases, limiting exposure to the […]

Precautions During Viral Outbreak

News of a novel strain of the coronavirus and the disease it causes (COVID-19) has generated widespread concern as it makes its way around many parts of the globe. The virus has been identified in individuals throughout the United States as well, including reported cases here in Florida. As a result, a number of schools, […]

In-Home Caregivers: Advocating for your Needs

What is needed to stay comfortable, live well and feel content varies between each individual. While there are basic needs that are wholly agreed upon such as the need to feel safe, be well-nourished, and sheltered, the requirements for personal wellness are, in fact, personal. What may work for one may not for another, just […]

Memory Loss: Seeking Support at Home

Our memories hold the story of our lives. Lessons learned, mistakes made, achievements acquired, secrets shared, trips taken, friendships and family founded and more have shaped us into who we are today. These memories are intangible, yet they can be taken. Memory loss can be the result of various conditions and is understandably unsettling for […]

Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month

During the month of March, we take a closer look at the disease known as multiple sclerosis. Members of the health community, educational facilities and families may be seen hosting events, planning fundraisers and raising awareness in order to spread updated information and continue with new research. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease that […]