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For many families with aging parents in Elkhart, they know that when it comes to quality home care services, Home Helpers Senior Home Care is one of the best options available. For years, we have been providing assistance to seniors who want to continue living independently amid deteriorating health and limited physical and mental abilities. With Home Helpers, families with aging relatives can easily find professional senior care providers who are compassionate to elderly clients.
Here at Home Helpers of Northwestern Indiana, we take pride in carefully selecting our caregivers. Trained and committed to providing various senior care services to enable aging family members to stay in their homes despite the complexities of old age, our staff are some of the most compassionate and gentle people around.
Home Care: Professionally Trained, Trustworthy and Compassionate Caregivers
As seniors become more advanced in years, extra care is required to ensure they have the quality of life they want. While many decide to put their parents in a nursing home, others who are still capable of caring for themselves will choose to stay in their own home because that is where they feel comfortable, free and alive. Why not let your aging loved one in Colgate enjoy their remaining years and let them live in their own home where they are happiest? With the help of Home Helpers, you need not worry about caring for your senior parents.
At Home Helpers, we take pride in our ability to help families who want to respect their elderly relatives’ wishes to age in place. And because we understand that not all clients have the same needs and requirements, our flexibility is a great advantage for us and our clients. With our experience and expansive knowledge in elderly care, we can cater to various conditions, preferences, and situations. As a result, our senior clients in Elkhart feel more comfortable at home, despite their growing need for home care assistance.
As our client’s safety is also our primary concern, we make sure that we only employ caregivers in Elkhart who are professional, capable, and trustworthy. Each employee has been carefully screened through extensive background checks. They have also been trained to provide first aid, CPR, and Alzheimer’s and dementia care. All these are part of our steadfast commitment to providing superior care for our elderly clients and their families.
Home Helpers Home Care: Making Life Easier
By recognizing our clients’ limitations and focusing on their needs, Home Helpers are able to create effective senior care plans and protocols. Our caregivers empower our elderly clients, and we always make it our priority to create a harmonious relationship between our caregivers and care receivers. By caring for our clients with respect, courtesy, and understanding, our Elkhart home care specialists are able to provide the best elderly home care possible.
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Elkhart is a city in Elkhart County, Indiana. The city is located 15 miles (24 km) east of South Bend, Indiana, 110 miles (180 km) east of Chicago, Illinois, and 150 miles (240 km) north of Indianapolis, Indiana. Elkhart has the larger population of the two principal cities of the Elkhart-Goshen Metropolitan Statistical Area, which in turn is part of the South Bend-Elkhart-Mishawaka Combined Statistical Area, in a region commonly known as Michiana. The population was 50,949 at the 2010 census. Despite the shared name, it is not the county seat of Elkhart County; that position is held by the city of Goshen, located about 10 miles (16 km) southeast of Elkhart.
When the Northwest Territory was organized in 1787, the area now known as Elkhart was mainly inhabited by the Ottawa, Chippewa, and Potawatomi Indian tribes. In 1829, the Village of Pulaski was established, consisting of a Post Office, mill, and a few houses on the north side of the St. Joseph River. Two years later, Dr. Havilah Beardsley moved westward from Ohio and purchased one square mile of land from Pierre Moran (a half French, half Native American Potawatomi Chief) in order to establish a rival town named Elkhart. In 1839, the Pulaski Post Office was officially changed to Elkhart.
Elkhart County was founded exclusively by immigrants from New England. These were old stock "Yankee" immigrants, that is to say, they were descended from the English Puritans who settled New England in the 1600s. The completion of the Erie Canal caused a surge in New England immigration to what was then the Northwest Territory. The end of the Black Hawk War led to an additional surge of immigration, once again coming almost exclusively from the six New England states as a result of overpopulation combined with land shortages in that region. Some of these later settlers were from upstate New York and had parents who had moved to that region from New England shortly after the Revolutionary War. New Englanders and New England transplants from upstate New York were the vast majority of Elkhart County’s inhabitants during the first several decades of its history. These settlers were primarily members of the Congregational Church though due to the Second Great Awakening many of them had converted to Methodism and some had become Baptists before coming to what is now Elkhart County. The Congregational Church subsequently has gone through many divisions and some factions, including those in Elkhart County, are now known as the Church of Christ and the United Church of Christ. As a result of this heritage the vast majority of inhabitants in Elkhart County, much like Antebellum New England were overwhelmingly in favor of the abolitionist movement during the decades leading up to the Civil War. Correspondingly, many inhabitants of Elkhart County fought in the Union Army during the Civil War. In the late 1880s and early 1890s, Irish and German migrants began moving into Elkhart County, most of these later immigrants did not move directly from Ireland and Germany, but rather from other areas in the Midwest where they had already been living, particularly the state of Ohio.
By the late 19th century and early 20th century, musical instrument factories, Miles Medical Company, and numerous mills set up shop and became the base of the economy. In 1934, the first recreational vehicle factory opened in Elkhart. Similar companies followed suit for the remainder of the decade, and the economy continued to grow until the rationing of materials in World War II. After the war, growth picked back up and, by 1949, Elkhart was officially dubbed the "RV Capital of the World."