Celebrating Our Strengths – Our strength is providing a service that helps our clients and their families.
By Kathy Taylor, Taylor Made Home Care, LLC
What are our strengths? And, what does that mean to you?
- Longevity with our caregivers means your loved one gets the best of care—they are in the hands of committed and experienced caregivers.
- Mandatory special training each month means your loved one gets the most up to date care—their needs are met.
- Special memory care activities means your loved one’s mental capacity is extended—their quality of life continues.
- Many of our caregivers have personally cared for their loved one and that means they have been there—they know and understand the challenges involved.
- CPR trained and certified means you can feel confident your loved one will get the best of care if there is an emergency.
- Mandatory virtual dementia tour means our caregivers can better care for clients with dementia.
Our service not only takes care of your loved one, but also helps you. You experience a sense of comfort knowing your loved one is in good hands. This peace of mind permits you to take a real break so you can relax, recharge and refocus. And, this allows balance so you can maintain your best self and a loving relationship.
Sometimes we get so caught up in caring for others we forget ourselves. And, in doing so we forget to honor our life and our loving relationship.
We don’t think we can afford a break, while the truth is, if we don’t take a respite it will break us.
What if you could take a break and refocus, and renew the joy you get from caring for your loved one? It could mean listening to understand more, having more patience and stopping the internal conflicts and doubts.
It means looking into the eyes of a loved one and seeing love reflected back.
We want to value and celebrate our relationships, strive to be our best—a family that supports one another in good times and bad times.
Sometimes a little outside help can make all the difference in the world.
5 REASONS YOU SHOULD CALL
Your loved one:
- is able to stay in their home
- gets that little extra help they need to keep them independent
- is provided companionship
- is provided respite care so you are able to recharge
- is safe