At Visiting Angels, we pride ourselves in our thorough intake process and attention to detail. Although we are capable of initiating services on a same-day basis, we prefer not to, because focusing our attention on truly understanding your need and preferences is essential to the art of selecting the best caregiver match for you. Learn More
Here Are Some Things You Can Do To Reduce The Risk of Falling
Always Remember . . . Falls are Preventable!Learn More
Discuss your plan and make sure everyone knows their responsibilities and how to backup each other. Inform your employer that you may have to leave quickly in emergency conditions to take care of an elderly or disabled family member. Learn More
Welcome to Visiting Angels
At VISITING ANGELS, we know that it isn’t easy to make the decision to invite a stranger into your home to provide non-medical homecare. That’s why our highly personalized screening system is the best in homecare and designed to maximize your peace of mind.
You’ll have the opportunity to interview any caregiver who we refer to you. You’ll only accept a caregiver that you feel totally comfortable with.
Talking to Your Loved One
How do you help your elderly loved one get past their family customs and cultural beliefs to accept assistance in her home? How do you tell your loved one that you and your siblings are concerned about living alone at home? How do you help them keep their independence without interfering in their life or making decisions for them? These are issues that will not go away with time. Read More
Long Distance Caregiving
In today's world, it's common for families and friends to be separated by great distances. At some point in their lives, your parents, grandparents or a loved one may need in-home care. Suddenly you are faced with the challenge of long distance caregiving. The best approach to dealing with long distance caregiving is to educate yourself and family and to prepare ahead of time. Read More
Coping With Aging Parents
Reassure Your Parents
Let them know that you are supporting them and can be depended upon to help them solve their problems. Emphasize family bonds.
You (and your parents, if able) need to become information specialists in areas relevant to their changing situation. Read More