Mom wants to stay at home, but her needs are increasing and I can’t handle the stress...
Dad really shouldn’t be driving, I noticed a couple of small dents on his car…
Mom keeps taking the wrong pills at the wrong times of day. I worry she is not taking her medication
Dad was admitted to hospital. I want to be with him, but I have work and family obligations.
Dad calls me constantly and asks the same questions over and over. I am really worried about him…
The facility mom is in is great, but because of her memory she needs extra attention…
I worry that the police will call when they find dad wandering the street…
Mom’s memory isn’t the same. I am worried she will leave the stove on…
Dad is losing weight. He just isn’t the same since mom passed away…
Mom recently had a fall. I am really worried about her being home alone…
Dad needs extra help and I am juggling my career, kids and family obligations...

Exceptional Care for Seniors

Amy’s Helping Hands is a local family-owned company dedicated to providing personalized customized elderly in home care services. Our senior care services are tailored around your family needs and designed to keep seniors independent healthy and safe, reducing stress on families and reducing the burden on the health care system.

Our services are overseen by nurse care managers to ensure all health, medical, social and safety needs are all being met. Feel free to learn how our IN HOME CARE SERVICES and caregivers can meet your family needs:

If you are not ready for additional assistance, we can still help. we offer a number of CAREGIVER SUPPORT LINKS & HELPFUL INFORMATION to assist families in caring for their loved ones.

Why we are here

As an organization every single one of us believe seniors deserve exceptional care. We believe in enhancing the quality of life of seniors and their families. We strive to exceed and change the standards in the senior care industry.

How we do it

We only hire staff we would place with our own family. They follow our strict policies and procedures and fit our special mould of being an exceptional caregiver.

What we Provide

Care is managed and overseen by social worker and nursing case managers. We screen, hire, train, coach, match, schedule, oversee and manage your care, all on your schedule designed around the client and family needs 24/7/365. We help our clients in their homes, retirement & nursing homes and hospitals. We provide everything from 2 hour companionship to 24 hour care, palliative care, nursing care and everything in between. Including medical alarms, memory therapy, foot care, and our adult day program.

Testimonials

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Caregiver

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Helpful Information

Job Fair

Job Fair JOB FAIR -Amy's Helping Hands We are looking for caring compassionate individuals wanting to help care for seniors in our community. Flexible Hours, Variety of Backgrounds, Eligibility for Benefits, Bonus and Rewards programs. **Call between 9am and 5pm Monday to Fridayonly to book your appointment time** 519-915-4370 We are looking for the best of the best to help us take care of the wonderful seniors who are our clients. What can we offer you? The hours you want in a location near you. Excellent working conditions. Respect. Training on a schedule that fits your needs. Competitive pay using a tiered pay scale that rewards those who are dependable and loyal to us. Overtime pay if you want to work extra hours. Friendly and supportive office staff who care about you. Bonuses and rewards. Full Comprehensive Benefits for certain tiered full time employees A regular schedule after you have been with us for a few weeks. Your typical day may some or all of the following: Home Making Cooking…

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Caring for elders can overwhelm us

Caring for elders can overwhelm us Nicole Johnson, a memory therapy coach, works with a patient at Amy’s Helping Hands For caregivers, worrying about an aging relative is stressful enough. Taking care of two loved ones kicks up that stress level rise significantly. This is the daily reality for Denise and her sister who are responsible for the care of two aging relatives. For them, caregiving took a difficult turn when both relatives needed additional help over a few days. With one having hip surgery and the other being transferred to a new care facility, the situation quickly became overwhelming. “We went into crisis mode,” says Denise. “We didn’t have a clue how we were going to manage to make sure each of our relatives received the attention and care they required during this time. A staff member at the long-term care facility suggested the sisters call Amy’s Helping Hands. Denise spoke with someone from Amy’s that evening and was in their office the next morning signing paperwork…

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2015 Study on Family Caregivers: Who They Are and What They Do

2015 Study on Family Caregivers: Who They Are and What They Do ALTHOUGHT THIS IS A US STUDY – THE THEME AND DEMOGRAPHIC CHALLENGES ARE THE SAME HERE IN CANADA – AND MIRROR SIMILAR CANADIAN STUDIES ON CAREGIVING. Caregiving in the U.S. 2015 is a joint study by the National Alliance for Caregiving and the AARP Public Policy Institute that provides recent insight into the state of family caregivers in the U.S. According to this study, nearly 44 million adults in the U.S. are now providing personal assistance for family members with disabilities or other care needs. That’s more than one out of every six adults. More than 34 million care for frail elders and nearly 4 million help children with disabilities. About 6.5 million care for both. The typical family caregiver is a 49-year-old woman who is assisting a parent or in-law and working at a paid job. She provides about 24 hours-a-week of personal assistance such as bathing or dressing or helping with activities such as shopping or rides. Almost six in 10 perform nursing or other complex…

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