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Home Care for Your Loved One
You are probably wondering how you will be able to keep your aging mother safe and well taken care of while also caring for your own growing family. Although she may not need extensive help in her day to day activities, having an attentive and professional caregiver to look after her during the times when you cannot be there will give you the assurance that she’s doing OK. Home Helpers caregivers in Granby, CT can provide the kind of assistance your mother needs – such as assisting her with household chores, running errands or even simply to remind her to take her medications. With a home care provider, you don’t have to do all these things yourself.
Home Care: Professionally Trained, Trustworthy and Compassionate Caregivers
In-home care provided by well-trained caregivers from Home Helpers of Farmington Valley will give your mother a chance to live her life as normally as possible, with very little supervision and guidance on your part. Our skilled caregivers will provide your mother in Granby with all the home care assistance she might need. Whether she needs assistance with tasks like cooking, doing the laundry, gardening, or cleaning her house or a companion in her afternoon strolls, a caregiver can do all these things in a friendly and compassionate manner.
Our caregivers are highly experienced in elderly care so you don’t need to worry about your mom in Granby, CT forgetting to take her meds or missing doctor’s appointments. It is also part of our caregiver’s responsibility to keep your mother safe.
We also understand how easy it is for the elderly to change moods and so you do not need to worry because our caregivers are very empathetic and will do their best in handling such situations should they arise.
Home Helpers Home Care: Making Life Easier
You don’t need to put your aging mother in a nursing home. She doesn’t need to spend the rest of her days in this world lonely and unhappy. With a caregiver to care for her full time or part time, you are assured that your loved one is safe, content and comfortable in her own home. Let our home care technicians assist your aging mother in her day to day tasks and allow her to live her life like she always has. With Home Helpers of Farmington Valley, you will have peace of mind knowing that your loved one in Granby, CT is in good hands.
If you have any questions, clarifications or concerns, please call our office and we will be more than happy to assist you.
We also provide senior home care services in Avon, Bloomfield, Canton, Collinsville, East Windsor, Farmington, New Hartford, Simsbury, South Windsor, Weatogue, West Hartford, Windsor, and Windsor Locks, Connecticut.
Granby is a town in Hartford County, Connecticut. The population was 11,282 at the 2010 census. The town center is defined as a census-designated place known as Salmon Brook. Other areas in town include North Granby and West Granby. Granby is a rural town, located in the foothills of the Litchfield Hills of the Berkshires, besides the suburban natured center, the outskirts of town are filled with dense woods and rolling hills and mountains. From the 1890s to the 1920s a large number of immigrants from Sweden came to reside in the town.
Granby was founded by people who lived in Simsbury and settled as early as 1723. Granby was part of Simsbury until 1786 when it became independent. The name is from Granby, Massachusetts in return, where it was named in honor of John Manners, Marquess of Granby.
Part of Southwick, Massachusetts, known as "the Notch" seceded from Massachusetts in 1774, just before the outbreak of the American Revolutionary War. This territory became part of Granby when it seceded from Simsbury, but was returned to Southwick as part of an 1803-4 border dispute compromise
In 2009 Connecticut Magazine ranked Granby the #3 overall Connecticut small town (population 10,000-1500) to live in, and #1 small town in Hartford County.
The town seal depicts the Dewey-Granby Oak, a large white oak estimated to be 450-500 years old, thought to be one of the oldest trees in New England.