Why Choose a Qualified Home Care Agency

Carer With Senior Woman In Wheelchair

Caring for your aging parents on your own can be a difficult task. While it may seem to be the appropriate course of action, providing care for an aging parent or loved one may best be handled by a Home Care Agency. The decision to enlist professional help is a difficult one filled with emotions, but below you’ll find some key points meant to highlight the benefits of professional in-home care.

  • Individualized Care – This is perhaps the single most important benefit of hiring a Home Care Agency. Individualized care is tailored specifically to the individuals needs meaning your parent will receive the one-on-one attention they need and deserve.
  • Safety – Home care professionals are trained to identify and mitigate safety hazards at home. From assisting with simple tasks around the home, to helping prevent infection, supervision provided by a properly accredited Home Care Agency can help ensure the safety of your loved one.
  • Comforts of Home – Providing for a safe and comfortable life in the comforts of your own home is empowering to the individual. Plus, your loved one can go about their life in a supervised, safe and functional environment.
  • Eases the Burden on Family Members – Providing care for parents is a challenging, emotional and important endeavor. Hiring the assistance of a Home Care Agency can provide a sigh of relief for the entire family knowing your parent or loved one is properly care for in the comforts of their own home.

Considerations for choosing a Home Care Agency are certainly not limited to the above.  At Sunrise Services, we want what’s best for you and your loved one. Visit our website to learn more about Sunrise Home Care Agency or you can call us directly and one of our well-trained supervisors will take you through the process from start to finish.

Snohomish County
(425) 374-5880 or 1-800-808-9940

Whatcom, Island, & Skagit Counties
(360) 336-0798 or 800-984-9044

We are your Partners in Quality Living.