East Longmeadow is a peaceful, quiet, green town with beautiful woods and hilly, upscale neighborhoods. The city center is comprised of the city Hall and a few businesses that spread around what residents call a “crazy” rotary where it is hard to know who has the right of way.
Although some businesses and shops are present, mostly in the roads that collapse in the mentioned roundabout, East Longmeadow is typically a residential town, where families choose to raise their kids with a high quality of life.
As of the census of 2010, there were 16,187 people, 5,248 households, and 3,988 families residing in the in East Longmeadow. The median income for a household in the town was $62,680, and the median income for a family was $70,571. The median age for the town is of 45 years old.
Being typically a familiar town, it also has a significant number of “empty nesters” whose kids moved away to enroll in college or after other opportunities. It is probably for this reason that 13.8% of the 5248 households of East Longmeadow have someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older by 2010 when the population was counted by the Census Bureau.
For this reason, Home Care is already a need for those residents of East Longmeadow who want to age independently, at home. Home Helpers Home Care East Longmeadow offers high-quality senior care, home care and dementia care tailored specifically for the highly demanding, upscale population of this pleasant town.
Our home care services are readily available for the elderly seniors living in East Longmeadow. Opting for in-home care is a difficult and challenging decision. There are hundreds of agencies in our area and it can be overwhelming to understand which are the qualities and traits that are critical. There are some important questions that you should ask an agency before making a decision.
At Home Helpers, we focus on empowering and supporting our aging elders to help them to achieve a healthy, active, engaged lifestyle. With the appropriate assistance, seniors’ quality of life can be maintained and even improved. With Home Helpers senior care, your loved ones can stay in their homes in grace, comfort, and safety, with the right kind of help, tailored to their needs.
Home Helpers has over 20 years of experience in offering in-home care services. This experienced is transmitted through the outstanding support that the company gives to all of their offices in over 300 localities, nationwide.
We will visit you and your loved one for a free in-home consultation and, together, we will build a care plan that covers not only their needs but also yours.
The main difference of Home Helpers is our caregivers. They are rigorously screened, vetted and trained to ensure that our clients receive the quality care they are aiming for. Each caregiver is selected according to their resumes, then screened, background checked, drug tested, interviewed and trained in compassionate care, legal aspects of home care and Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Continuous training is a requirement.
Peter DiMaria, the owner of Home Helpers East Longmeadow is an Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care trainer certified by the Avila Institute of Gerontology, from Germantown, NY.
All employees of Home Helpers in East Longmeadow are W2 employees. This means that our clients don’t have to worry about taxes, social security, unemployment and worker’s compensation. They are also
We have the highest level of training, skills, knowledge, and experience in the East Longmeadow Senior Care Industry. Visit the remainder of our website to know more about what we have to offer. There, you will find information about our services and plenty of useful tips and care information in Peter DiMaria’s Home Care Blog. Feel free to contact us so we can answer your questions and address your concerns. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us, so that you can discover the improvement we can offer for your aging loved ones with the excellent home care quality they deserve.
Free in-Home Consultation
We will build together a customized plan of care that will address your loved one’s needs, as well as yours. Our care specialist will visit you without any charge and help you figure out how much help they need, if any, to improve their living conditions and safety. Call now to book: (860) 698-2244.
Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care
Caring for a loved one who’s suffering from dementia can be overwhelming. Our highly trained caregivers will take care of your loved one, so you can enjoy your role as
Sometimes our loved ones need help with basic activities of daily living, including hygiene (bathing, toileting, brushing their teeth, etc) and nutritional (preparing meals, feeding, etc), so they can stay in their homes living safely and independently.
Get the break you need to refresh and recharge – it’s a planned break from caregiving routines that still allows your loved one to be cared for at home, where they belong. From a few hours to a few days, we will be the help you need. Remember: it is not possible to take care of someone if you are not well yourself.
We will be there when your loved one wakes up, to assist with getting out of bed, dressing up, brushing their teeth, preparing and having breakfast. They will be refreshed and ready for the day!
Our caregivers will assist your love one by the end of the day with dinner preparation, shower, brushing teeth, wearing their pajamas, reminding meds and getting them ready for a good night of sleep.
Staying socially engaged is critical for seniors’ well-being. We offer in-home care to help fill in the gaps in family time for a richer, more fulfilling life for your loved one. We will be their companions in activities that they enjoy, indoors and outdoors.