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For many families in East Windsor these days, times are hard, but we endure as best we can for our families. And sometimes that may mean caring for an elderly parent who can no longer stay at home all by themselves without some help. But now you’re not limited to either choosing to have her live in a nursing home that’s too expensive or too far away for you to visit regularly. Instead, your elderly parent can still stay in the house they love, in comfort and in safety. That’s possible because now you have new options in home care.
Home Care: Professionally Trained, Compassionate and Trustworthy Caregivers
Home Helpers of Farmington Valley gives you the option of receiving the help of dedicated and highly trained caregivers who can visit the home of your elderly parent in East Windsor. These caregivers aren’t impersonal home aides who briskly do their jobs. On the contrary, they’re more like friends who just happen to have the special skills and knowledge that can help aging loved ones in their daily tasks.
Their assistance can take so many forms. One important task is that they can be there to remind your elderly loved ones in East Windsor, CT to take their necessary medications at the appointed times. They can help your parents cook delicious and nutritious meals, help do the laundry, and assist with the various chores. And these caregivers aren’t just helpers. They’re friends who form tight bonds of friendship so that your parents can feel comfortable receiving the assistance they need. It’s more than just about providing assistance. It’s about providing friendly companionship. Their visits to your parents’ house can relieve them from some of the more arduous chores, while your concerns about their comfort and their safety are reassured as well.
Home Helpers Homecare: Making Life Easier
When times are hard, it may seem like you have too many responsibilities and you may feel overstretched. Your own growing family needs you, but so do your elderly parents who may no longer be as healthy and as energetic as they once were. But we can share your responsibilities and help out so that everyone gets the help they need. Your parents in East Windsor will no longer need to stay in an expensive home, nor will they need to squeeze into your home. Instead, they can live in the home in which they have spent so many joyous years.
With Home Helpers Home Care of Farmington Valley, you won’t have to worry anymore that your parents in East Windsor are uncomfortable and unsafe. Our caregivers have been carefully chosen and trained to interact with compassion and skill so that they can make sure your parents are living in comfort and safe from harm. You can rest easy knowing that you have other caring people to stand in for you when your other obligations require your attention and presence. Our caregivers are there to care for them to the best of their abilities, and their abilities are considerable after undergoing our high-quality training.
We also provide senior home care services in Avon, Bloomfield, Canton, Collinsville, Farmington, Granby, New Hartford, Simsbury, South Windsor, Weatogue, West Hartford, Windsor, and Windsor Locks, Connecticut.
East Windsor is a town in Hartford County, Connecticut. The population was 11,162 at the 2010 census. The town has five villages: Broad Brook, Melrose, Scantic, Warehouse Point and Windsorville.
In 1633, Settlers laid claim to the area now known as Windsor which included East Windsor. No English settlers lived on the east side of the river. The first English settler in what is today known as East Windsor, was William Pynchon, the founder of Springfield, Massachusetts. In 1636, he erected a warehouse for his settlement’s transshipment of goods at what is now known as "Warehouse Point". Warehouse Point served as the southern border of Springfield, Massachusetts, for 132 years — until 1768 — when Warehouse Point, Connecticut, was annexed by the Connecticut Colony. Pynchon selected the site of Warehouse Point because of its location near the Enfield Falls — the first major falls in the Connecticut River, where all seagoing vessels were forced to terminate their voyages, and then transship to smaller shallops. By constructing a warehouse at Warehouse Point, Pynchon essentially forced all northern Connecticut River business to run through him and his settlement at Springfield.
Meanwhile, most of today’s East Windsor was part of the prominent Windsor settlement on the east side of the river. Settlers avoided the East Side of the river due to the Podunk tribe who inhabited the area, particularly following King Philip’s War in 1675. It is unknown who was the first settler in today’s East Windsor. East Windsor also included today’s Ellington and South Windsor. Eventually, in 1768, The East Windsor parish was partitioned from Windsor. The center of town became what is now East Windsor Hill in today’s South Windsor. The North Part of town center was Scantic.
In 1832, the Broad Brook Mill was created at the waterfall of the Mill Pond.
The town has five sections of town, Warehouse Point, Broad Brook, Scantic, Melrose, and Windsorville. The oldest section of town is Warehouse Point, which, as mentioned, was first used by William Pynchon in the 1630s, and later settled as part of Springfield in the 1680s. The Scantic section of town was the center of town until the mills were built. The Windsorville section of town was once its own community, featuring a church, post office, mini-mart, and a park. Mulnite Farms is a tobacco farm on Graham Road, established in 1905. In 1897, the town’s voluntary fire department was created in the mill. The Broad Brook Elementary school was established in 1951. In 1961 the town hall burned down. The new town hall is on Rye Street across from the elementary school. The new voluntary fire department building and senior center were built on the same site of the old town hall. On Memorial Day Weekend in 1986, the Broad Brook Mill caught on fire during renovations and the mill and the tire shop (on the site of the mill) burned down and the smoke could be seen as far as Bradley International Airport and Hartford. A new