Months ago, our grandma here fell over and had injuries at her back and legs. For a couple of months, we had to assist her all the way because she can't do things on her on. We had to bathe her and moved her around as gently as we could. With the help of elder care programs, we had a caregiver came over to the house and gave grandma professional care she deserves. The caregiver was really reliable and compassionate. Providing assistance, aid, companionship, housekeeping, medication reminders, personal hygiene and so forth. Their support helped grandma get back on shape. I mean, eventually she can do things on her own already and right now she's doing well. We're thankful with this kind of service, just have to call them anytime we need them.
By the way, Preferred Care at Home provides such services too. They care for those you care about, and very willing to give you assistance in caring for our dear elderly ones. Just give them a visit and know about their other services and rates as well.