If you have an aging loved one who needs help with daily tasks while aging in place, whether it’s around the clock or for just a few hours a week, you can count on Home Care Assistance of Mesa, AZ. Ensuring our senior clients remain comfortable, safe, and healthy is of the utmost importance to our expertly trained in-home caregivers. Upon reaching the senior years, aging adults often face a few unique challenges, but we can tailor your loved one’s care plan to his or her specific individual needs. From 24-hour live-in care to hourly respite care, you can count on our caregivers and Care Managers to be available to assist you anytime you need us. To schedule a complimentary in-home consultation, please call us today at (480) 699-4899.
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.
With the help of our evidence-based Balanced Care Method, seniors are encouraged to eat healthier, exercise more often, maintain strong social ties and a sense of purpose, and focus on other lifestyle factors that promote longevity. Learn More
Our science-based Cognitive Therapeutics Method is beneficial for all seniors, especially those living with cognitive decline. This revolutionary program boosts cognitive health through the use of activities that focus on attention, memory, visual-spatial perception, executive functioning, and language.
Reach out to Mesa Home Care Assistance today to find out how we can help your aging loved one maintain a healthy, happy, and independent life while continuing to live in the comfort of home. Learn More
Our mission is to change the way the world ages. We continuously work towards this goal, striving to make a difference in each client’s life. Please don’t hesitate to give us a call today at (480) 699-4899 and schedule a free in-home consultation.
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"I was so lucky to have been referred to Amanda at the Home Health Care Assistance in Mesa. I live in Colorado and my Mom lives in Arizona, so it’s very hard to help sometimes from a distance. From day one Amanda was an angel. She helped my Mom with so many things. It was the best feeling for my Mom and myself knowing she had someone that was truly there for her. Amanda has so much knowledge, connections and a true passion for her job. This helped so much that I could never say Thank you enough. I would recommend her to everyone."
“his company was a wonderful resource for my family. We were out of town and they took excellent care of my disabled mother at a moments notice! I am grateful for their amazing commitment to taking care of our elderly when we are not available to do so!”
“After more than 2 years of hassle after hassle with another in-home care giver company, we finally called Home Care Assistance. Virtually overnight all of our frustrations and worry vanished. They have the absolute best service with genuinely caring people and top-notch care-givers. We not only got the best care-givers we got great advice on what we needed to do to keep our father safe and comfortable in our home. I can't recommend more highly.”
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