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Home Helpers

201 Violet Dr
Loveland, CO 80537-9722
(970) 278-1112
Fax: (970) 663-0933
Services Offered:
Home Care
Home Helpers serves 80524, 80526, 80538, 80525, 80528 and more...
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    About My Business
    Home Helpers is a home care agency that provides personal care, homemaking, companion care, elder care, and non-medical in-home care services to the elderly and those with disabilities.
    About My Services
    Our mission is to become the most respected and compassionate provider of non-medical in-home care services, resources, and support for individuals or families who are facing the challenges associated with continuing independents in their home or community.
    Our Services Include:
    Day-To-Day Assistance & Companionship

    Meal Preparation Grocery / Miscellaneous Shopping
    Pick-up Prescriptions / Medication Reminder
    Laundry & Light Housekeeping / Iron Clothes
    Care for Pets / Water Plants
    Answer the Door / Schedule Appointments
    Transportation to Doctor’s Office / Go to the Post Office
    Arrange for Dry-cleaning / Organize Household
    Clip Coupons / Help Organize Bills
    Personal Care & Dressing Transferring
    Specialty Care Activities for Mind & Body
    Alzheimer’s / Dementia Care Bathing / Personal Hygiene /
    Parkinson’s Care / Hospice Support Care
    Personal Service Response System Automated Medication Dispenser
    Arrange for Home Repair, Lawn Care, Snow Removal Services, Etc.

    Activities for the Mind Body Connection

    Activities for senior citizens can include; wood working, cake decorating, painting, crafting, swimming walking, gardening, and dancing, are just a few of the choices that can help you stay active. Activities have a mind body connection that benefits active seniors aging in place by promoting their physical and mental wellbeing.
    Staying active as we age is important to our overall health. It is important to understand that inactivity results in consequences such as poor health and chronic illness. Participating in regular physical activity can help prevent or maintain control in some chronic illnesses such as: heart disease, diabetes, arthritis and some types of cancer. Regular physical activity can also improve our overall quality of life by delaying disability and affecting how long we live.
    Activities promote socialization, as well as using our minds. Using all of our muscles, including our brain is important to avoiding dementia and Alzheimer’s. It is also important to be aware of your emotions, your thoughts and your behaviors. Participating in hobbies helps us feel good about ourselves and have healthy relationships.
    Activities for senior citizens help maintain independence
    Having an active lifestyle contributes a healthy body and mind and helps to maintain independence. Activities can help an active senior to increase their ability to focus, improve their memory, reduce stress, enhance the immune system and improve their self-esteem. Active seniors that are aging in place are able to stay connected to family and friends in their community.

    Additional Activity Ideas

    Discuss Current Events / Go to Religious Services / Help Work Puzzles
    Write Letters & Read Mail / Visit Cemetery / Scrapbooking
    Read Aloud / Co to Mall & Movies / Visit Library
    Help With Gift Shopping / Birthday Reminders / Take to Visit Family
    Go for a Drive / Play Cards & Games Visit Friends & Neighbors
    Conditions I Am Unable To Treat
    The Agency does not provide medical home care services but will, if possible and with the client/client representative’s consent, refer the case to a Health Professional or other agency, which does deliver medical home care services.
    Experience And Credentials
    This is our story. My wife, Julie and I own a Home Helpers / Direct Link Franchise, and this is our story. It all started when the love of my life and I got married in September of 2008, my son Branden was my Best Man and Julie’s daughters, Erika and Kortney were her Brides Maids. What a glorious first day for our new family and our loving lives together. Our relationship is built around family, love and commitment towards one and other. After a wonderful honeymoon and a few months of living life on top of the world, I lost my job of 30 years with a large construction company in December of 2008. This was quite a shock, but we knew we would get over the hump soon, and prosper. Then my dad got sick, and we spent many days and nights in doctor’s offices and the hospital (unaware my unemployment was actually a god’s send so I could take care of his needs). He passed away (god bless his loving soul) in April of 2009. Well, my mother has Multiple Sclerosis (or MS) and was in a bad way and couldn’t stay in her house on her own. So she moved into our house with our family. At first it was fun to sit on the deck or at the kitchen table talking and laughing about old times. My mom, Betty, did really well the first three months and then started getting depressed and missing her husband of 50 years. With her emotional state descending downhill and her MS acting up it became a challenge to take care of her 24/7.
    We needed help! My sister Linda and her husband Mike helped our family immensely through their physical and emotional presence. It was still like being a prisoner of your own home. We had lost our freedom, and that also put a lot of pressure on our family, not to mention our marriage. Through many frustrating trials and tribulations we decided to take matters into our own hands. My mother started feeling great, gaining weight, and becoming her laughing loving self. She still has her bad days with the MS, but I suppose that is to be expected with such a capricious disease.
    Well, with my mother feeling so good she wanted to move back to her own home. So to positively insure her care and establish a new career for me, we researched non-medical care franchises. Through many inquiries and travel we decided on a Home Helpers franchise. They have been in the business of caring for over 12 years and have a proven company structure and resources that most fit our needs. My mother and our family could not be any happier with her new found life and loving caregivers.
    As I stated in the beginning we are the proud owners of a state licensed non-medical business serving Larimer County. Our mission is to become the most respected and compassionate provider of non-medical in-home care services, resources, and support for individuals or families who are facing the challenges associated with continuing independents in their home or community.
    Fees And Payment Sources Accepted
    Home Helpers provides non-medical, homecare services to clients, who may require assistance in their own homes and communities to assist in the maintenance and retention of their independence and wellbeing. These services are responsive to the distinct needs of the client and community and are delivered by qualified home care workers. Rates can be invoiced by the hour, daily, or 24/7 depending on the services required. We except private pay and or long term care insurance.
    Languages Spoken by Staff
    Hours of Service
    We provide services 24 hours a day 7 days a week including holidays.
    Agency or Registry
    US Federal EIN
    Issued by U.S. Internal Revenue Service
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