Considering In-Home Senior Care For Yourself or a Family Member?

Most seniors value their independence, and that can make it difficult to ask for help.  Seniors Helping Seniors® Senior Care Services makes asking for help easy.  Seniors or their family members are just a phone call away from making their lives easier.

Seniors Helping Seniors® Owners and Care Managers will take the time to meet our senior clients in their home, so we get to know them and they get to know us.  We carefully select a caregiver who is a match for both your personal needs and your personality – someone who can be a dependable caregiver and who can add warmth, comfort, and companionship to your life.

All Seniors Helping Seniors® Southwest Florida Owners and Care Managers are very experienced in elder care, and are also Certified Dementia Practitioners® (CDP®) providing the highest level of understanding and care for each individual situation.

All Seniors Helping Seniors® Southwest Florida Caregivers and Staff have passed a FBI Level 2 National Database background screening for your comfort and assurance of quality individuals providing the care services.

The result is exceptional caring and care and a wide range of support services that makes a senior happy in the comfort of their home.

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Is It Time for Home Care?

Wondering if You Could Benefit From In-Home Assistance? Ask Yourself These Questions:

  • Has it become more challenging to get to the store, the doctor, or other appointments?
  • Do you have difficulty keeping up with the daily chores around your home? House cleaning? Cooking? Changing linens?
  • Do you have a lack of energy, low motivation, and/or physical challenges?
  • Are you having difficulty completing outside activities such as gardening or mowing?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, assistance from a friendly companion could simplify your days and be a true bright spot in your life.

Our Caregivers Come From Many Walks of Life.

No matter their background, each one has something in common: a big, caring heart. Our caregivers know that helping others adds meaning and fulfillment to their own lives; they understand the importance of friendship and companionship. So whether they’re taking you shopping, or preparing a healthy meal our caregivers aren’t just doing the chores, they’re helping to brighten lives.