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The Heart of Comforting In-home Care

Aiding Hearts provides in-home care that makes a difference in the lives of seniors and other adults.  Whether it is companionship services or in-home safety solutions, we provide the support and services that improve lives and enable independent living at home. Study after study shows that active and mentally stimulated seniors enjoy better quality of life and physical wellbeing. Transforming daily activities into interactive activities helps keep clients strong, improve health and outlook on life, and reduce the risk for injury, depression, and symptoms of dementia.


Interactive Caregiving


Mental Vitality

Keeping our patients mentally stimulated through activities helps them stay cognitively vital. This can help memory and contributes to an individual's optimism about life. We make mental exercise an integral part of our daily care through conversation, reminiscing, storytelling, reading, playing games, and other activities the client enjoys.

Physical Activity

Even moderate amounts of exercise contribute significantly to an individual's health by improving balance, flexibility, strength, and range of motion. Staying active and strong can improve a person's outlook on life and enhance independence.

Social Engagement

Surrounding an individual with friends, family, and activities they love can bring untold enjoyment. We understand how important this is, so we help clients stay in touch with friends, attend social, religious, and cultural events, or simply have the opportunity to interact with others.

Emotional Support

Knowing you contribute to the quality of your own life as well as others is fulfilling. It helps people see the bright potential of every day. Staying socially engaged, physically active, and mentally stimulated all contribute to feeling happy and connected.

    • Bathing, grooming, and hygiene
    • Mobility assistance
    • Transferring and positioning
    • Toileting and incontinence
    • Feeding and special diet
    • Medication management solutions
    • Respite care or relief for family home safety solutions
    • Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS)
    • Medication reminders
    • Meal preparation
    • Transportation services
    • Errand services
    • Grocery shopping
    • Live-in services (where available)
    • 24-Hour care
    • Around the clock emergency monitoring station