Every senior has individual care needs. Some only need assistance for a few hours a day, while others require 24-hour supervision. At Home Care Assistance, we can meet your loved one’s unique needs. Because we’re a leading provider of in-home care, San Antonio seniors and their families can rely on our dedicated caregivers to provide the best home care services in the industry. Our qualified Care Managers are also available to answer any questions your family has, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you’d like to know more about how we can help your loved one maintain a high quality of life, call us today at (210) 495-6300.
With live-in and 24-hour care, older adults are able to age in place safely and comfortably, surrounded by the belongings and people they treasure most. With around-the-clock in-home care, San Antonio seniors have the opportunity to spend their golden years in their own homes instead of in retirement homes or assisted living facilities.
When it comes to high-quality in-home care, San Antonio Home Care Assistance trains all our caregivers in our exclusive, proprietary Cognitive Therapeutics Method™ (CTM), which focuses on giving our older clients personalized cognitive stimulation while they receive high-quality compassionate care and assistance with the basic tasks of everyday living. We include CTM in all our care plans at no additional cost.
The in-home care San Antonio Home Care Assistance offers includes hourly home care, which is not only used to enhance the lives of our senior clients, but the lives of their families as well. Hourly care can provide family caregivers with time to attend to their own needs and personal obligations.
There are many options to consider when looking for solutions for in-home care. San Antonio seniors can also receive care at live-in facilities. We can help you determine the best possible care for your loved one with whatever budget you’re working with.
Many seniors with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia require in-home care. San Antonio Home Care Assistance trains all our caregivers in our Cognitive Therapeutics Method™, a brain health program that focuses on boosting memory and engaging other areas of cognitive function, including attention, language, and visual-spatial perception.
Our Balanced Care Method (BCM) focuses on encouraging seniors to engage in mentally stimulating activities, eat well, exercise regularly, maintain strong social ties, and strive for a sense of calm and purpose. With this innovative method of in-home care, San Antonio seniors enjoy the benefits of a holistic approach that focuses on every aspect of wellbeing, including physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health. Learn More
As experts in home care, San Antonio Home Care Assistance caregivers use the Cognitive Therapeutics Method, which includes fun, engaging activities to boost memory and cognitive function, and it’s a perfect complement to the Balanced Care Method’s emphasis on overall wellbeing, which enables seniors to boost their quality of life with exercise, social interaction, and healthy nutrition. Learn More
All of our caregivers are employees of Home Care Assistance, and each one is licensed, bonded, and insured. Our exclusive caregiver screening process includes thorough background checks, requires impeccable references, and analyzes caregiver candidates for compassion and kindness. Our commitment to our caregivers’ ongoing professional development includes regular continued training in methods for providing the outstanding quality of in-home care San Antonio aging adults need and deserve.
Our dedication goes beyond helping seniors meet their basic needs: our goal is to enable seniors to thrive and enjoy their golden years as much as possible. When they trust us to provide in-home care, San Antonio families have the peace of mind that comes with knowing their loved ones are safe, secure, and well cared for.
If your loved one needs reliable, safe, and effective around-the-clock care, trust San Antonio Home Care Assistance to provide the support he or she needs to remain comfortable at home. To learn more about our live-in care programs, call (210) 858-6280 at any time, day or night, to speak with one of our experienced Care Managers.
Whether your loved one needs limited care for just a few hours a day or you’re in need of 24-hour in-home care, San Antonio Home Care Assistance is here to help. As one of the leading providers of high-quality in-home care in the United States, we’re excited to share that thousands of families across the country put their trust in our compassionate caregivers to provide care and comfort to their loved ones. Our Care Managers are available 24/7 and ready to assist at a moment’s notice. We would like to invite you to speak with one of our friendly Care Managers by calling (210) 495-6300 to explore all your care options.
What our Clients Say
“We looked at a lot of caregiver companies and decided to use them. They have been such a blessing. My Dad has Alzheimers and really needed someone to look after him. He didn't want to go to a home and Home Care Assistance was able to work a schedule we needed.”
What our Clients Say
"Dear Susan, Jack and her many Caregivers, All of our family wants to thank each of you for the loving care that you gave to our Mother, Ruby Herrington. In such a short period of time she went from independent living to needing 24 hour care. When my sister and I could not be with her, you all stepped in and not only took care of her needs, but became true friends. We cannot thank you enough.We think of you so often and know that you are still a part of our lives and hearts."
What our Clients Say
"Our family has been very pleased with the service provided to us by Home Care Assistance. We had a lovely and caring person who not only provided services like light house keeping and meal preparation, but was also a much needed listener and companion."
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